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Hello all,

First post and all that, apologies for jumping straight in :).

Anyway, me and my fiancée are currently in the process of preparing the I-129F package and looking ahead a little at the other things we need and so we're looking over the I-134 Affidavit of Support.

Now my question about this form is the following:

There is a sentence on there, near the top, that's like "I am xx years of age and have resided in the United State since xx/xx/xxxx"

Now my fiancée, who will be the one sponsoring me, was born in Puerto Rico and came to the "mainland US" when she was 8 years old. And so we're both wondering what date to put there, the day she was born or the day she actually moved to Florida.

I'm hoping someone is able to answer this question, thanks in advance for everyone's time :).

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Hello all,

First post and all that, apologies for jumping straight in :).

Anyway, me and my fiancée are currently in the process of preparing the I-129F package and looking ahead a little at the other things we need and so we're looking over the I-134 Affidavit of Support.

Now my question about this form is the following:

There is a sentence on there, near the top, that's like "I am xx years of age and have resided in the United State since xx/xx/xxxx"

Now my fiancée, who will be the one sponsoring me, was born in Puerto Rico and came to the "mainland US" when she was 8 years old. And so we're both wondering what date to put there, the day she was born or the day she actually moved to Florida.

I'm hoping someone is able to answer this question, thanks in advance for everyone's time :).

If she's only lived in Puerto Rico and the mainland, then she's always lived in the USA.


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