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i-134 address -- plot or PO Box?

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I'm trying to complete the i-134 form (mostly to give me something to do so I don't go mad with waiting) and I'm curious if they want his physical address (as in a plot number) or do they really want his mailing address? I'm assuming it's the former based on the way it's worded, but I wanted to double-check since it was his mailing address that was used on the i-129f forms.

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I'm trying to complete the i-134 form (mostly to give me something to do so I don't go mad with waiting) and I'm curious if they want his physical address (as in a plot number) or do they really want his mailing address? I'm assuming it's the former based on the way it's worded, but I wanted to double-check since it was his mailing address that was used on the i-129f forms.

They want the address where he resides. If his house is at 123 Lake Drive, then that is the address you put. The same would go for your info in #3. I just hope you know that he needs to sign the form and provide the supporting documents that go with it. The signature on the I-134 cannot be scanned, emailed or faxed. It must be original.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Uganda
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They want the address where he resides. If his house is at 123 Lake Drive, then that is the address you put. The same would go for your info in #3. I just hope you know that he needs to sign the form and provide the supporting documents that go with it. The signature on the I-134 cannot be scanned, emailed or faxed. It must be original.

Ugh, really? Do they know how unreliable Uganda's postal service is? Darn! Thanks for telling me so I can start working on that now.

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