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I-134 form - Question 11 - Two ways to complete?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I-134 Question 11

That I intend/do not intend to make specific contributions to the support of the person named in item 3.

Option 1:All expenses including but not limited to their visa expenses, airline tickets, US domestic lodging, transportation, food, incidental expenses and medical insurance.

Option 2: N/A (K1 visa process for permanent residence)

It seems clear that at least initially the sponsor would be supporting the beneficiary. But a form somewhere I saw had option 2 as the suggested way to complete this question.

Any suggestions/help/an Option 3!? would be appreciated.

Also, is it true the form must be double sided? I would say it doesn't matter, just photocopy it that way at the end, but since it has to be notarized....

Finally, has anyone (self-employed sponsor) ever included a commercial credit rating (like Dunn and Bradstreet) as part of the proof of ability to support?

I have to say, these forums and all you helpful people have been invaluable to us in this process. Thank you and all the best to everyone.


11/30/05 Mailed K1 application

12/09/05 Check Cashed (Deposit Date on Check)

12/19/05 NOA1 physically Recieved

12/15/05 NOA1 (Postmark Date)

12/05/05 NOA1 Official Recieved Date (Printed on NOA1)

12/14/05 NOA1 Official Notice Date (Printed on NOA1)

Waiting Begins for NOA2

03/09/06 NOA2physically Received

03/07/06 NOA2 (Postmark Date)

03/06/06 NOA2 Official Date (Printed on NOA2)

Never touched just Approved (Aprox 85-90 days depending on which days you count from)

3/20/06 NVC.... Received Processing

3/21/06 NVC Mailed to B.C. Consulate

3/24/06 I emailed consulate asking where is packet 3?

4/03/06 Consulate responded to my email saying packet 3 was mailed 3/23/06 and consulate attached packet 3 so I faxed DS230 and requested interview date asap

4/5/06 Medical (booked two weeks previous)

4/6/06 Consulate phoned to say received fax and booked interview

5/5/06 Interview in Vancouver - Approved!

5/9/06 Drove to Seattle then flew to Tampa - Yay welcome back 'home'

mid July - got married

early August - sent AOS/EAD applications

08/14/06 NOA for AOS/EAD

08/22/06 RFE - sent more financial info (most they already had, but we resent anyway)

09/09/06 - Biometrics

09/11/06 -NOA - transferred to California Service Center

10/16/06 - Approved without interview!!!!! Yay, what a birthday present! (but still no EAD!)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
Timeline
I-134 Question 11

Option 2: N/A (K1 visa process for permanent residence)

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Also, is it true the form must be double sided? I would say it doesn't matter, just photocopy it that way at the end, but since it has to be notarized....

I used option 2 when I filled it out as it seems most appropriate meaning basically that all supprot will be provided if needed.

I asked someone and they suggested I do not do the onesided copies - as they might think it was not an original form - so I just printed one side and then printed on the back of it. Its not that hard to manage.

Good Luck


2005

K1

March 2 Filed I-129 F

July 21 Interview in Bogota ** Approved ** Very Easy!

AOS

Oct 19 Mailed AOS Packet to Chicago

2006

Feb 17 AOS interview in Denver. Biometrics also done today! (Interviewing officer ordered them.)

Apr 25 Green card received

2008

Removal of conditions

March 17 Refiled using new I-751 form

April 16 Biometrics done

July 10 Green card production ordered

2009

Citizenship

Jan 20 filed N400

Feb 04 NOA date

Feb 24 Biometrics

May 5 Interview - Centennial (Denver, Colorado) Passed

June 10 Oath Ceremony - Teikyo Loretto Heights, Denver, Colorado

July 7 Received Passport in 3 weeks

Shredded all immigration papers Have scanned images

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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I checked I do intend.....after all it's exactly what will happen when she/he arrives. I stated it was an 129F :yes: . When in doubt disclose.


10/25/2005 I-129F sent to TSC

10/27/2005 Arrives at TSC case transfer from TSC to CSC

11/01/2005 1NOA from CSC

11/04/2005 check for $170 cashed, e-mail from CSC confirms 1NOA

11/05/2005 1NOA hard copy arrives by snail mail. Yessssss!

01/31/2006 Touched-email message case being reviewed 60 days notification

02/01/2006 2NOA E-mail Yesssssssssssssssssss!

02/07/2006 2NOA hard copy from CSC postmarked 02/03/2006

02/09/2006 NVC Receives 129F

02/14/2006 NVC sends 129F to Embassy using DHL

02/16/2006 Petition arrives at Bogota Embassy.

02/23/2006 Packet 3 sent to Embassy by courier and fax

02/24/2006 Emabassy receives Packet 3

03/02/2006 Notified of Interview at Embassy 04/04/2006

03/03/2006 Receive Packet 3 and 4

03/31/2006 Medical Interview

04/04/2006 Interview in Bogota Colombia-VISA APPROVED

04/05/2006 Pick up Visa

04/08/2006 Fly to Miami with Fiance

05/12/2006 Married

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Q11

The I-134 is not a requirement for K visas even though the Embassys use this amongst other things in order to ascertain that the beneficiary/applicant will not become a public charge. The I-134 is 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, such as sponsored visitors, when an allowance etc will be given to the applicant during their stay in the US. The guide suggests N/A for this reason.

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