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Question about the Affidavit of Support

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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It seems like the I-134 is for the K1 visa, and I-864 is for the AOS, right?

I'm a full time student and don't have any income.

So, I'm asking my Aunt to be the co-sponsor, wii that be fine?

And Do I need to submit sth saying that I'm a student?

Thanks.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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Your Aunt could be a joint sponsor. Some Consulates do not look favorably on a joint sponsor.

You bothh need to fill out completely the I-134 separately submitting your own versions. In the form you would list your job and income which might be full-time student with no income.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Your Aunt could be a joint sponsor. Some Consulates do not look favorably on a joint sponsor.

You bothh need to fill out completely the I-134 separately submitting your own versions. In the form you would list your job and income which might be full-time student with no income.

Can I have more than one joint sponsor?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Yes, the more the better. Make sure when they fill out their affidavits that they put on there that they plan to fully support you. Especially with no income. I'm facing my own "no income" issues at the moment so I know how you feel. Terrifying isn't it?!


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Yes, the more the better. Make sure when they fill out their affidavits that they put on there that they plan to fully support you. Especially with no income. I'm facing my own "no income" issues at the moment so I know how you feel. Terrifying isn't it?!

but at least u had income before.

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