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I-134 Affidavit of Support - Brazil - Co-sponsor

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hello,

We finally got our NOA2 approved for K1 - Fiance visa. kicking.gif

My fiancee has been living with me in Brasil the past 2 years and 6 months.

We were looking into the necessary documents for Brazil's embassy interview and we are concerned about the Affidavit of Support

When she was with me in Brasil she was a student and she is currently unemployed in US, so we don't have any way to prove stable support from her. But her mom is willing to sign a co-sponsor for us.

How should we fill form I-134?

I read we need to fill one form for my fiance and one form for the co-sponsor. Can we leave the financial fields blank for my fiance?

What is the Risk for Brasil embassy to Deny us?

Thank you

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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Fill the forms out according to the instructions. Here is a link for petitioners in Brazil.

Brazil does not send out packet 3 anymore. You will get a letter telling you your interview date, if you already don't know and instructions telling you to go to this website and follow the instructions. The first link has the general instructions.

If she has no income, then there is none to report on her form. The mother will put her income on hers. The mother will also have to provide a copy of last years federal tax return.

Please keep in mind that once back in the states and married, you will need to adjust status and another affidavit of support (I-864) will be required with the AOS. (costs $1070.00)

There are risks at every embassy concerning how you are going to survive financially once you are in the US. You should be fine with the co-sponsor.

Good Luck with your journey.

Edited by John & Mari

"I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant."

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Link for Rio de Janeiro Consulate's instructions for K1 Visas. They give you this link instead of a packet 3. Everything you need for interview in Rio is here. Boa Sorte

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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Sorry.... Forgot the Link

Consulate Link for Brazilians


"I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant."

K1 Guides and Info

K1 AOS Guide

Link for Rio de Janeiro Consulate's instructions for K1 Visas. They give you this link instead of a packet 3. Everything you need for interview in Rio is here. Boa Sorte

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My fiance has a friend who went through the same situation, although not in Brazil, but he didn't have a job because he was living with his fiancee somewhere in Africa, anyway, he had his parents co-sponsoring them and everything turned out good! You said her mom is willing to co-sponsor you guys so you should be fine :) Just make you sure you don't forget anything such as the 3 years taxes transcripts, bank statements and so, here is the link for the instructions: http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-134instr.pdf

All they need to know is that you won't become public charge! You'll be fine!

Good luck on your journey!!! :)


* Love conquers all *

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Everyone pretty much answered the question. If you have a willing cosponser with sufficient income it's the same (in the eyes of the us gov) as if your fiancee was able to sponsor you herself. Good luck with your journey and congrats on the NOA2 I know it's a really exciting feeling.

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