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AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT

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I AM SELF EMPLOYED, AND I AM WONDERING ABOUT THE PROCESS FOR THE AFFIDAVIT. I WILL PROBABLY NEED A JOINT SPONSOR, BUT ANYWAY, WHEN THEY ASK ABOUT THE NAME OF THE EMPLOYER AND WHAT BUSINESS... I AM NEW TO A PORTRAIT PAINTING CAREER... IT'S THE KIND OF JOB G.W. WOULD FROWN UPON I AM SURE, SO HOW DO I PHRASE IT, ESPECIALLY WHEN I HAVE ONLY A LIMITED INCOME WITH IT SO FAR AND I AM NOT REGISTERED AS A BUSINESS OR ANYTHING AND HAVE NEVER FILED FOR INCOME FROM PAINTING YET (WAS A STUDENT IN ITALY AFTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR SEVEN YEARS SUPPORTED BY PARENTS AND WORKING FOR AN UNDER THE RADAR SCHOOL FOR EXTRA RENT MONEY)...

ALSO, DOES THE AFFIDAVIT ASSUME THAT THE FUTURE SPOUSE WON'T GET WORK IN THE NEXT THREE YEARS. I MEAN, WHEN IT ASKS WHAT CONTRIBUTIONS YOU WILL MAKE SPECIFICALLY, IT SEEMS LIKE IF YOU DON'T SAY "EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN" THEY WILL THINK 'OH SO HE THINKS SHE CAN JUST WAALTZ ON IN AND GET A JOB? NOT SO FAST!' BASICALLY IF YOU LEAVE THAT BLANK WILL THEY ASSUME YOU WILL BE HER GENERAL SPONSOR FOR EVERYTHING?

ALSO RELATED TO MONTREAL... WHICH EVIDENCE OF SUPPORT DO THEY REQUIRE AT THAT EMBASSY?

THANK YOU ANYONE!!!

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In response to the second part of your post

The I-134 is not a requirement for K visas even though the Embassies use this amongst other things in order to ascertain that the beneficiary/applicant will not become a public charge. The I-134 is more geared towards other types of non immigrant visas. Q11 leans toward those completing the form when an applicant is not going to be living in the US permanently, when an allowance etc will be given to the applicant during their stay in the US. So on this question I would do as the guide suggested and put N/A

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