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K-1 Fiance Visa Application has been approved but I'm a little worried...

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Hello, all. The K-1 Fiance(e) Visa Application for my fiancee has been approved (January 24, 2012) and now I'm just waiting for the official NOA2 in the mail. But I'm a little worried because one of forms that I have to fill out next is the I-134 Affidavit of Support which I need to put my financial and job status.

Today, I signed my Certificate of Release/Discharge From Active Duty (Honorable Discharge after completion of required active service which totalled 7 years in the US Army). I don't have a job yet, and I planned on going to college full time using the GI Bill (education benefits for veterans, which they'll pay me $2200 a month in addition to 100% free college tuition and fees). I have money saved up, but I am not sure if it's enough. I read somewhere that I can have co-sponsors (like my parents who have adequate income).

I am worried that the visa application will be denied. Anyone been in a similar situation?

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The GI BIll is not income. The money is used for school tuition and fees and may not be considered income. You will need to get a co-sponsor(s). You parent(s) will need to have an income of $27,937 or above for household of 4.


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