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Hello all,

My fiance is getting ready for his interview. Which affidavit of support form should I send him (134 or 864)? I am thinking it is I-134 but I just want to double check.

Thanks in advance


09/15/1994 First met around this time

10/15/1998 Got separated...

12/05/2008 Met again and officially started dating

07/31/2010 129F package sent out to VSC

08/02/2010 129F package received at VSC

08/06/2010 Check cleared (date on check 08/05/2010 @ Lewisville, TX)

08/09/2010 NOA1 received in the mail (notice date 08/05/10; package received date 08/02/10)

08/12/2010 touched (updated...)

10/03/2010 touched (updated...)

02/28/2011 NOA2 approved (text, email 5:45PM)

03/07/2011 NVC received info, NOA2 hard copy received

03/16/2011 Medical exam

03/21/2011 Package left NVC

03/23/2011 Package received by London Embassy (well the tracked package says arrived but info still not logged in system!?!?)

03/29/2011 Info logged into Embassy system

04/02/2011 Packet 3 mailed to London Embassy

04/06/2011 Instructions for Packet 3 mailed to fiance

04/07/2011 Packet 3 received by Embassy

05/09/2911 Medical results sent to Embassy (finally!!!)

06/02/2011 Interview-- Approved YEAH!!!

06/30/2011 POE- Philadelphia :)

08/13/2011 Married!!!

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I-134, good luck :thumbs:

Edited by katiemanny

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K-1 is I-134.

After marriage in the USA. When filing AOS you send the I-864.


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Thanks ALOT for the quick replies!!!


09/15/1994 First met around this time

10/15/1998 Got separated...

12/05/2008 Met again and officially started dating

07/31/2010 129F package sent out to VSC

08/02/2010 129F package received at VSC

08/06/2010 Check cleared (date on check 08/05/2010 @ Lewisville, TX)

08/09/2010 NOA1 received in the mail (notice date 08/05/10; package received date 08/02/10)

08/12/2010 touched (updated...)

10/03/2010 touched (updated...)

02/28/2011 NOA2 approved (text, email 5:45PM)

03/07/2011 NVC received info, NOA2 hard copy received

03/16/2011 Medical exam

03/21/2011 Package left NVC

03/23/2011 Package received by London Embassy (well the tracked package says arrived but info still not logged in system!?!?)

03/29/2011 Info logged into Embassy system

04/02/2011 Packet 3 mailed to London Embassy

04/06/2011 Instructions for Packet 3 mailed to fiance

04/07/2011 Packet 3 received by Embassy

05/09/2911 Medical results sent to Embassy (finally!!!)

06/02/2011 Interview-- Approved YEAH!!!

06/30/2011 POE- Philadelphia :)

08/13/2011 Married!!!

See my timeline for AOS and other details...

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Depends on the country involved. Some insist on the I-864 even though technically the K1 should only require the I-134.

See here: http://yaounde.usembassy.gov/iv_packet3.html it says you can email them to request a packet 3. That will tell you what Camaroon requires. If in doubt send both to her.

Edited by Vanessa&Tony

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My fiance is interviewing in London, UK. I'll just send both as you said. Thanks!

Depends on the country involved. Some insist on the I-864 even though technically the K1 should only require the I-134.

See here: http://yaounde.usembassy.gov/iv_packet3.html it says you can email them to request a packet 3. That will tell you what Camaroon requires. If in doubt send both to her.


09/15/1994 First met around this time

10/15/1998 Got separated...

12/05/2008 Met again and officially started dating

07/31/2010 129F package sent out to VSC

08/02/2010 129F package received at VSC

08/06/2010 Check cleared (date on check 08/05/2010 @ Lewisville, TX)

08/09/2010 NOA1 received in the mail (notice date 08/05/10; package received date 08/02/10)

08/12/2010 touched (updated...)

10/03/2010 touched (updated...)

02/28/2011 NOA2 approved (text, email 5:45PM)

03/07/2011 NVC received info, NOA2 hard copy received

03/16/2011 Medical exam

03/21/2011 Package left NVC

03/23/2011 Package received by London Embassy (well the tracked package says arrived but info still not logged in system!?!?)

03/29/2011 Info logged into Embassy system

04/02/2011 Packet 3 mailed to London Embassy

04/06/2011 Instructions for Packet 3 mailed to fiance

04/07/2011 Packet 3 received by Embassy

05/09/2911 Medical results sent to Embassy (finally!!!)

06/02/2011 Interview-- Approved YEAH!!!

06/30/2011 POE- Philadelphia :)

08/13/2011 Married!!!

See my timeline for AOS and other details...

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My fiance is interviewing in London, UK. I'll just send both as you said. Thanks!

Ahhh then you should change your flag to UK because that's what's important, not the country of birth (if that's why it says Camaroon). You'll get more specific answers that way (because a LOT of the K1 is country dependant).

So here: http://london.usembassy.gov/i864.html you can see at the bottom is says that K1's don't need the I-864 at the UK embassy, so I-134 it is :D

Edited by Vanessa&Tony

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Thanks!

Ahhh then you should change your flag to UK because that's what's important, not the country of birth (if that's why it says Camaroon). You'll get more specific answers that way (because a LOT of the K1 is country dependant).

So here: http://london.usembassy.gov/i864.html you can see at the bottom is says that K1's don't need the I-864 at the UK embassy, so I-134 it is :D


09/15/1994 First met around this time

10/15/1998 Got separated...

12/05/2008 Met again and officially started dating

07/31/2010 129F package sent out to VSC

08/02/2010 129F package received at VSC

08/06/2010 Check cleared (date on check 08/05/2010 @ Lewisville, TX)

08/09/2010 NOA1 received in the mail (notice date 08/05/10; package received date 08/02/10)

08/12/2010 touched (updated...)

10/03/2010 touched (updated...)

02/28/2011 NOA2 approved (text, email 5:45PM)

03/07/2011 NVC received info, NOA2 hard copy received

03/16/2011 Medical exam

03/21/2011 Package left NVC

03/23/2011 Package received by London Embassy (well the tracked package says arrived but info still not logged in system!?!?)

03/29/2011 Info logged into Embassy system

04/02/2011 Packet 3 mailed to London Embassy

04/06/2011 Instructions for Packet 3 mailed to fiance

04/07/2011 Packet 3 received by Embassy

05/09/2911 Medical results sent to Embassy (finally!!!)

06/02/2011 Interview-- Approved YEAH!!!

06/30/2011 POE- Philadelphia :)

08/13/2011 Married!!!

See my timeline for AOS and other details...

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