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I sent in a K-1 application for my fiancee about 6 weeks ago, and am looking ahead in the process to see what I need to do next. In regards to the I-134 what are they looking for. I only have about $2,500 savings, and make around $30k/year. Other than 2 cars (value 3k each, which I don't even know if those will count as assets) I don't have any significant assets, I don't own a house or anything. Is this enough? She was here in the states living with me for four years and I supported the two of us just fine, but I'm nervous that on paper they will say that I can't support her. What do they expect from us to have to be considered able to support our future spouses?

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I sent in a K-1 application for my fiancee about 6 weeks ago, and am looking ahead in the process to see what I need to do next. In regards to the I-134 what are they looking for. I only have about $2,500 savings, and make around $30k/year. Other than 2 cars (value 3k each, which I don't even know if those will count as assets) I don't have any significant assets, I don't own a house or anything. Is this enough? She was here in the states living with me for four years and I supported the two of us just fine, but I'm nervous that on paper they will say that I can't support her. What do they expect from us to have to be considered able to support our future spouses?

The answer to your question is here ---> http://travel.state.gov/visa/laws/telegrams/telegrams_4437.html


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