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CR1 waiting interview date effect on filing Visitor visa for Mom, vis versa

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Senegal
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Vjs,

My wife CR1 case has completed the NVC process and we are awaiting interview date. I want to file a visitor visa for my mom, this requires me to fill out the I-134 affidavit of support. I filed an I-864 for my spouse's CR1 process with a household size of 3, myself, my spouse and our new born daughter(she is US citizen). My income can sufficiently cover my mom as a 4th dependent. here is my question:

Can Filling an I-134 for my mom at this late stage of my wife CR1 process be of any risk on my spouse's upcoming CR1 interview?

What would you do?

In advance thank you for your help.

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