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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Chile
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Hi all,

I just want to be absolutely sure about this. My understanding is that the I-134 for the fiance also covers any children that are accompanying or following. Is that right? Or do I need to file a separate I-134 for my fiance's daughter?

Thanks much!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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Hi all,

I just want to be absolutely sure about this. My understanding is that the I-134 for the fiance also covers any children that are accompanying or following. Is that right? Or do I need to file a separate I-134 for my fiance's daughter?

Thanks much!

You need to be very careful about this because every Embassy has their own requirements. I can tell you that the US Embassy in Bogota states very clearly

"Each traveling family member requires their own copy of the Form I-134. If you do not bring all required copies of the Form I-134, the visa will not be approved. Each I-134 must be accompanied by the petitioner’s latest income tax forms (Form W2, 1040, and letter from their employer certifying their employment)

The I-134 does state that the child can be included but it appears at least in the US Embassy in Bogota that they require additional 134-'s with returns and W-2's.

You need to check with the Embassy your using to make certain. Remember each Embassy makes thier own rules.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Chile
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Ok, good point, thank you!

So, does anyone know specifically about the US Embassy in Santiago, Chile? Do they require a separate I-134 affidavit of support for children of beneficiary?

The best option is to email the embassy so you will be absolutely sure about this issue, they answer really quick so here is the email address

SantiagoImmigration@state.gov

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