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SAMPLE I-134 FOR K-2 VISA

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Does anyone have a sample form I-134 for a K-2 visa application for a following child.

Trying to fill this form out correctly.

Block 3: Do I put child's name

Block 8: I put my husband

Block 9: Husband

Block 10: Husband again

Block 11: how do I fill out that block


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box 3 you would put the childs name but the bottom part i don't think you need to fill that in because no child or spouse is accompanying or to follow. as long as you placed the childs info on the first affidavit when you filed for you fiance.

box 8 it would be you because until your husband becomes a US Citizen you are still financially responsible for both your husband and step-child.

box 9 & 10 it would be your husband

box 11 you could put until his father becomes a naturalized US citizen

have you got some schools lined up for the child because i am finding that there are some long and short waitlist for the 3 year program here. just something to think about while you are doing the paperwork.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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box 3 you would put the childs name but the bottom part i don't think you need to fill that in because no child or spouse is accompanying or to follow. as long as you placed the childs info on the first affidavit when you filed for you fiance.

box 8 it would be you because until your husband becomes a US Citizen you are still financially responsible for both your husband and step-child.

box 9 & 10 it would be your husband

box 11 you could put until his father becomes a naturalized US citizen

have you got some schools lined up for the child because i am finding that there are some long and short waitlist for the 3 year program here. just something to think about while you are doing the paperwork.

Thanks for the info.

My daughter will be 5 on the 25 of August. So she should be able to go straight into Kindergarten. I still have to contact the school board to see what all she will need to bring from JA.

I didn't know you were going through the K-2 process as well.


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"All progress is precarious, and the solution of one problem brings us face to face wih another problem" Dr. MLK Jr.

12/3/2009--- visa in hand

12/09/2009-- POE Baltimore MD

02/13/2010-- Going to the Chapel

02/23/2010-- AOS package mailed

04/29/2010-- Welcome letter received

05/01/2010-- Green Card in hand

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Thanks for the info.

My daughter will be 5 on the 25 of August. So she should be able to go straight into Kindergarten. I still have to contact the school board to see what all she will need to bring from JA.

I didn't know you were going through the K-2 process as well.

Yeah, both hubby and son came together and it took 5 months for approval. His mother kind of abandoned him and left him with his father and great gandmother. Because granny is climbing up in age, hubby didnt want to leave son there and who will be able to fly with him if he were to follow. Next week we will apply for social security cards for both so I can get him on some kind of waiting list for 3 year olds. I hope there will be space for her, but it looks like people pulled their kids out of daycare and placed them in public school immediately to cut costs and I don't blame them, but I want a spot for him to go to school.

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