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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hello!

My fiance and I are filling out form I-134 and we have two questions:

on part 7, "I own real estate valued at" Do we still need to fill this out even if mortgage is more than the house is worth and on the process of selling the house?

and

on part 9 "I have previously submitted affidavit of support for the following person(s)"

He submitted and affidavit of support 8 yrs ago for a previous marriage. Will this affect our application in any way? Does the income requirement increase because technically it is for two people ( I think I read somewhere that he is still resposible for ex-wife). And ex-wife now has a stable job and supports herself?

Thanks!


K1

02/09/2010 - I-129F sent to CSC priority mail

02/16/2010 - USPS web site says I-129F packaged delivered to CSC

02/18/2010 - Check cashed, got WAC number, signed up on USCIS website to check case status

02/00/2010 - Date NOA1 received in mail

04/12/2010 - Touched

04/13/2010 - Touched

04/14/2010 - Touched I-129F Approved on website

04/17/2010 - Received NOA2 Hardcopy

04/00/2010 - NVC received I-129F petition

04/25/2010 - received NVC Hardcopy with MNL case number

05/06/2010 - Packet 3

05/24-25/10- Medical

06/04/2010 - trip to Ph! yay!

06/21/2010 - Interview - PASSED

07/20/2010 - arrived in US

10/02/2010 - MARRIED

AOS

10/19/2010 - mailed AOS, EAD and AP

10/21/2010 - AOS package received

10/27/2010 - received email/text notification

10/28/2010 - check cashed

10/30/2010 - received NOA1 for AOS, AP and EAD dated 10/27/2010

11/03/2010 - received biometrics appointment letter for 11/26/2010

11/10/2010 - biometrics (earlier than scheduled.Ü)

11/26/2010 - case transferred to CSC

11/29/2010 - AOS case showed online

12/03/2010 - touch on AOS ; AP and EAD still doesnt show online

01/03/2011 - EAD and AP cases finally accessible online. EAD - card production status,

01/05/2011 - received AP

01/06/2011 - EAD card production

01/08/2011 - received card

01/11/2011 - AOS approved

01/12/2011 - AOS card/document production

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Hello!

My fiance and I are filling out form I-134 and we have two questions:

on part 7, "I own real estate valued at" Do we still need to fill this out even if mortgage is more than the house is worth and on the process of selling the house?

and

on part 9 "I have previously submitted affidavit of support for the following person(s)"

He submitted and affidavit of support 8 yrs ago for a previous marriage. Will this affect our application in any way? Does the income requirement increase because technically it is for two people ( I think I read somewhere that he is still resposible for ex-wife). And ex-wife now has a stable job and supports herself?

Thanks!

If the petitioner's income meets the guidelines you do not need to complete any information at all regarding bank accounts, home values or any other assets.


Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Manila, Philippines

I-129F Sent : 2008-12-02

I-129F Receipt Notice : 2008-12-05

RFE: 2009-02-26

Approval Notice: 2009-03-13

NVC Received: 2009-03-23

Left NVC: 2009-05-12

Stuck at NVC 50 days

Interview: 2009-06-23 Passed!

Visa picked up: 2009-06-25

POE Detroit: 2009-07-04

Married: 2009-09-11

Filed for AOS: 2009-09-22

Biometrics taken: 2009-10-29

Advance Parole approved 2009-11-04

Employment Authorization approved 2009-11-04

AOS Appointment 2009-12-15

AOS Approved 2009-12-15

Green Card Received 2010-01-02

Filed for ROC: 2011-09-17

ROC approved 2012-03-21

Green Card Received 2012-03-26

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hello!

My fiance and I are filling out form I-134 and we have two questions:

on part 7, "I own real estate valued at" Do we still need to fill this out even if mortgage is more than the house is worth and on the process of selling the house?

and

on part 9 "I have previously submitted affidavit of support for the following person(s)"

He submitted and affidavit of support 8 yrs ago for a previous marriage. Will this affect our application in any way? Does the income requirement increase because technically it is for two people ( I think I read somewhere that he is still resposible for ex-wife). And ex-wife now has a stable job and supports herself?

Thanks!

As Matt & Bing stated, you don't have to list any assets if the sponsor qualifies on income alone. Listing a home with an "under water" mortgage would not be wise under any circumstances, since they only consider the difference between the home's value and the mortgage value as an asset. A home with an upside down mortgage has no value as an asset - it's a liability.

The affidavit for the ex-wife will matter if it's still in force. It doesn't matter if his ex-wife is supporting herself. Unless she has become a US citizen, or has accumulated 40 quarters of Social Security work credits (10 years) then the affidavit is still in force, and he can be held liable for her support. The consulate may consider her in determining the household size.


12/15/2009 - K1 Visa Interview - APPROVED!

12/29/2009 - Married in Oakland, CA!

08/18/2010 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

05/01/2013 - Removal of Conditions - APPROVED!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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yay! replies! :dance: yes, he is meeting income requirements so we won't include the house.Ü

And yes, ex is already a US citizen. Since she is we don't need to worry about that? (I still worry though because Ph is high fraud country and he has already filed previously) Super thanks for the replies! :D


K1

02/09/2010 - I-129F sent to CSC priority mail

02/16/2010 - USPS web site says I-129F packaged delivered to CSC

02/18/2010 - Check cashed, got WAC number, signed up on USCIS website to check case status

02/00/2010 - Date NOA1 received in mail

04/12/2010 - Touched

04/13/2010 - Touched

04/14/2010 - Touched I-129F Approved on website

04/17/2010 - Received NOA2 Hardcopy

04/00/2010 - NVC received I-129F petition

04/25/2010 - received NVC Hardcopy with MNL case number

05/06/2010 - Packet 3

05/24-25/10- Medical

06/04/2010 - trip to Ph! yay!

06/21/2010 - Interview - PASSED

07/20/2010 - arrived in US

10/02/2010 - MARRIED

AOS

10/19/2010 - mailed AOS, EAD and AP

10/21/2010 - AOS package received

10/27/2010 - received email/text notification

10/28/2010 - check cashed

10/30/2010 - received NOA1 for AOS, AP and EAD dated 10/27/2010

11/03/2010 - received biometrics appointment letter for 11/26/2010

11/10/2010 - biometrics (earlier than scheduled.Ü)

11/26/2010 - case transferred to CSC

11/29/2010 - AOS case showed online

12/03/2010 - touch on AOS ; AP and EAD still doesnt show online

01/03/2011 - EAD and AP cases finally accessible online. EAD - card production status,

01/05/2011 - received AP

01/06/2011 - EAD card production

01/08/2011 - received card

01/11/2011 - AOS approved

01/12/2011 - AOS card/document production

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If she is already a US citizen then it is no longer in force? (sorry just making sure) :innocent:


K1

02/09/2010 - I-129F sent to CSC priority mail

02/16/2010 - USPS web site says I-129F packaged delivered to CSC

02/18/2010 - Check cashed, got WAC number, signed up on USCIS website to check case status

02/00/2010 - Date NOA1 received in mail

04/12/2010 - Touched

04/13/2010 - Touched

04/14/2010 - Touched I-129F Approved on website

04/17/2010 - Received NOA2 Hardcopy

04/00/2010 - NVC received I-129F petition

04/25/2010 - received NVC Hardcopy with MNL case number

05/06/2010 - Packet 3

05/24-25/10- Medical

06/04/2010 - trip to Ph! yay!

06/21/2010 - Interview - PASSED

07/20/2010 - arrived in US

10/02/2010 - MARRIED

AOS

10/19/2010 - mailed AOS, EAD and AP

10/21/2010 - AOS package received

10/27/2010 - received email/text notification

10/28/2010 - check cashed

10/30/2010 - received NOA1 for AOS, AP and EAD dated 10/27/2010

11/03/2010 - received biometrics appointment letter for 11/26/2010

11/10/2010 - biometrics (earlier than scheduled.Ü)

11/26/2010 - case transferred to CSC

11/29/2010 - AOS case showed online

12/03/2010 - touch on AOS ; AP and EAD still doesnt show online

01/03/2011 - EAD and AP cases finally accessible online. EAD - card production status,

01/05/2011 - received AP

01/06/2011 - EAD card production

01/08/2011 - received card

01/11/2011 - AOS approved

01/12/2011 - AOS card/document production

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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If she is already a US citizen then it is no longer in force? (sorry just making sure) :innocent:

While that I-134/I-864 is no longer in force if she is indeed a US Citizen, you still need to answer honestly that yes, he has filled out an I-134 previously. He might wish to attach a BRIEF cover letter mentioning the previous beneficiary is now a US Citizen if he knows it for a fact.


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