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How to Cancel Affidavit of Support (I-134) for a Tourist B-2 Visa?

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I have sponsored parents of my fiance to come to the US on B-2 tourist visa. They haven't gone for an interview yet.

I am going to withdraw my fiance visa petition (K-1) as we are not going to pursue our relationship further.

I also want to make sure that his parents would not be able to use my supporting documentation to enter the US on a visitor's visa as they become my responsibility if they do enter.

Is there a way I can withdraw my documentation/affidavit of support I-134 for them? What else can I do to make sure they won't misuse my paperwork?

Thanks in advance.

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You can write a letter to the embassy saying you provided support documents to your then fiancee parents but as you are withdrawing your fiancee petition, you are also withdrawing support documents (and invitation) to the fiancees parents. Provide all information you have on them - names, addresses, DOB, when they were supposed to come...

You may want to fax the letters one after another so consular people can piece them together and have them handy should the fiancee's parents apply for visas.

Edited by milimelo

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I have sponsored parents of my fiance to come to the US on B-2 tourist visa. They haven't gone for an interview yet.

I am going to withdraw my fiance visa petition (K-1) as we are not going to pursue our relationship further.

I also want to make sure that his parents would not be able to use my supporting documentation to enter the US on a visitor's visa as they become my responsibility if they do enter.

Is there a way I can withdraw my documentation/affidavit of support I-134 for them? What else can I do to make sure they won't misuse my paperwork?

Thanks in advance.

Hi ONN,

Did you do withdraw successfully? How? Can you please let me know? Urgent.

Thank you,


05/29/09, sent application package to Chicago USCIS for both parents

06/05/09, Checks cashed

06/08/09, NOA's received, online status visable

06/12/09, Bio letters received

06/29/09, Bio done

06/30/09, case transfered to California

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Hi ONN,

Did you do withdraw successfully? How? Can you please let me know? Urgent.

Thank you,

Hi Reneehao, here is what I did:

1. Wrote the withdrawal letter (included the K-1 information as well as B-2 information: full name, DOB, Address, passport numbers, date of when I-134 was signed for all beneficiaries) as suggested by milimelo and got it notarized.

2. Scanned the letter into a PDF file.

3. Mailed the original notarized letter to US Embassy with tracking service for delivery.

4. Sent the scanned PDF document via email to the same US Embassy with the shipment tracking info. I had also requested them to send me a reply when they receive my email with attachment and they were nice enough to confirm the receipt.

The US Embassy accepted the scanned version of the letter and said they've added it to the file.

Hope this helps.

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