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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Hi folks

After a surprisingly super quick NOA2 I'm now trying to get my head around what sort of information I need for the next step of the process. It all looks relatively simple apart from the bloomin Affadavit of Support thing. My fiancee doesnt earn enough to 'support' me (like she'd let me sit around and not get a job anyway!) so her dad is going to be the co-sponsor. Does that mean that he'll need to get pay stubs, bank information, declaration of funds, letter from employer etc. and send them over to me? (If so then thats going to be kind of embarrasing, finding out how much he earns and how much he has saved!)

Finally I see theres 2 different types of forms that could be requested by the embassey - the I-134 and the I-864. Does anyone know which will be required by the London embassey?

Thanks in advance for your help,

James


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July 2006 - Visit Gen and got engaged - hooray!

July 24 2006 - Send off I-129F package

Aug 10 2006 - Recieved NOA1

Sept 25 2006 - Recieved NOA2

Nov 20th 2006 - Recieved packet 3

Dec 1st 2006 - Recieved packet 4 with interview date of Jan 2nd (am on holiday!)

Dec 20th 2006 - Finally managed to change interview date to Jan 10th

Jan 10th 2007 - Interview - passed!

Jan 12th 2007 - Recieve passport with visa in it!

Feb 20th 2007 - Enter USA at Houston

May 5th 2007 - Finally get married - hooray!

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I'm not sure for London, but in Brasil K1's use form I-134 and K3's use form I-864.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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I have read in many threads that London requires the I-134. The I-134 is used by all consulates for non-immigrant visas like K1, and K3, because the I-864 will eventually be used for AOS.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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In London they'll want the I-134.

If you future father in law is co-sponsering you then yes, he will need to complete a seperate I-134 and provide all the supporting documentation in addition to the one your Fiancee will fill out. I could be wrong but I don't think that his savings need to be disclosed if he earns enough to cover the required amounts.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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We filed in London and were required to use the I-864.

We didn't have to figure out which one to use, they just sent us the form. I wasn't aware there was more than one type of affadavit of support until I came here. :lol:

james_michael_hill's prior post indicated that they are doing K1 visa by stating fiance, I would assume K1, and the K1 uses the I-134. CR-1 being an immigrant visa uses I-864.

james_michael_hill, Can you update your profile to indicate "Immigration Status" or "Filed For", it helps when people read your thread. Just go to your profile page and click "Edit My Profile" at the bottom and fill in things like service center, Country of Non-US Fiance, and Imigration status?

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London requires the I-134 for K1 & K3 visa's, for CR1/IR1 they require I-864 :thumbs:

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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thanks for all your help folks - I needed to know which form to fill in before I get my package 3 as my fiancee is coming to visit in a few weeks time and wants to bring as many of the forms etc with her when she comes! so the I-134 it is!

oh and profile updated! :blush:


My Timeline

March 2005 - Meet Gen in a seedy pub in Bulgaria

Sept 2005 - Leave Bulgaria and head off into deepest Eastern Europe together

October 2005 - Arrive in London

December 2005 - Gen flies home to Mississippi

Feb 2006 - Visit Gen in the 'Sip for a valentines week

July 2006 - Visit Gen and got engaged - hooray!

July 24 2006 - Send off I-129F package

Aug 10 2006 - Recieved NOA1

Sept 25 2006 - Recieved NOA2

Nov 20th 2006 - Recieved packet 3

Dec 1st 2006 - Recieved packet 4 with interview date of Jan 2nd (am on holiday!)

Dec 20th 2006 - Finally managed to change interview date to Jan 10th

Jan 10th 2007 - Interview - passed!

Jan 12th 2007 - Recieve passport with visa in it!

Feb 20th 2007 - Enter USA at Houston

May 5th 2007 - Finally get married - hooray!

June 5th 2007 - File for AOS

June 16th 2007 - Recieve NOA1

July 12th 2007 - Recieve RFE

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thanks for all your help folks - I needed to know which form to fill in before I get my package 3 as my fiancee is coming to visit in a few weeks time and wants to bring as many of the forms etc with her when she comes! so the I-134 it is!

oh and profile updated! :blush:

Didja file for the police cert yet???

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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yep - filed for the police report a couple of weeks ago. is there anything else i should be getting ready do you think? apart from the evidence of relationship stuff?


My Timeline

March 2005 - Meet Gen in a seedy pub in Bulgaria

Sept 2005 - Leave Bulgaria and head off into deepest Eastern Europe together

October 2005 - Arrive in London

December 2005 - Gen flies home to Mississippi

Feb 2006 - Visit Gen in the 'Sip for a valentines week

July 2006 - Visit Gen and got engaged - hooray!

July 24 2006 - Send off I-129F package

Aug 10 2006 - Recieved NOA1

Sept 25 2006 - Recieved NOA2

Nov 20th 2006 - Recieved packet 3

Dec 1st 2006 - Recieved packet 4 with interview date of Jan 2nd (am on holiday!)

Dec 20th 2006 - Finally managed to change interview date to Jan 10th

Jan 10th 2007 - Interview - passed!

Jan 12th 2007 - Recieve passport with visa in it!

Feb 20th 2007 - Enter USA at Houston

May 5th 2007 - Finally get married - hooray!

June 5th 2007 - File for AOS

June 16th 2007 - Recieve NOA1

July 12th 2007 - Recieve RFE

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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actually regarding the evidence for the I-134 - I assume my finacee and her dad (who is the co-sponsor) will both need to gather evidence? how much evidence do most people supply? I know I've gone over board on evidence of our relationship, but I dont really want to nag the future father-in-law for pay stubs and letters of employment for more than I have too!


My Timeline

March 2005 - Meet Gen in a seedy pub in Bulgaria

Sept 2005 - Leave Bulgaria and head off into deepest Eastern Europe together

October 2005 - Arrive in London

December 2005 - Gen flies home to Mississippi

Feb 2006 - Visit Gen in the 'Sip for a valentines week

July 2006 - Visit Gen and got engaged - hooray!

July 24 2006 - Send off I-129F package

Aug 10 2006 - Recieved NOA1

Sept 25 2006 - Recieved NOA2

Nov 20th 2006 - Recieved packet 3

Dec 1st 2006 - Recieved packet 4 with interview date of Jan 2nd (am on holiday!)

Dec 20th 2006 - Finally managed to change interview date to Jan 10th

Jan 10th 2007 - Interview - passed!

Jan 12th 2007 - Recieve passport with visa in it!

Feb 20th 2007 - Enter USA at Houston

May 5th 2007 - Finally get married - hooray!

June 5th 2007 - File for AOS

June 16th 2007 - Recieve NOA1

July 12th 2007 - Recieve RFE

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Filed: Timeline
actually regarding the evidence for the I-134 - I assume my finacee and her dad (who is the co-sponsor) will both need to gather evidence? how much evidence do most people supply? I know I've gone over board on evidence of our relationship, but I dont really want to nag the future father-in-law for pay stubs and letters of employment for more than I have too!

Yes, both have to. It says what is needed on page 3 of the I=134 as far as evidence.

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