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On form I-134, Question 11, I intend, do not intend to make specific contributions to the support of the persons named in item 3.

Should we choose intend or not intend? My US citizen fiance, he's confused about this, we're gonna get married, we're gonna share everything, There's not the exact amount and duration of contribution, Should we choose "not intend"?

Question 7: My US citizen fiance, he's unemployed for years, but he has sufficent cash and assets to support the family, How do we answer question 7?

Pls help. Thanks.

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The answer is on the example form. You do not select either of them for question 11. http://www.visajourney.com/examples/Form-I-134.pdf


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On form I-134, Question 11, I intend, do not intend to make specific contributions to the support of the persons named in item 3.

Should we choose intend or not intend? My US citizen fiance, he's confused about this, we're gonna get married, we're gonna share everything, There's not the exact amount and duration of contribution, Should we choose "not intend"?

Question 7: My US citizen fiance, he's unemployed for years, but he has sufficent cash and assets to support the family, How do we answer question 7?

Pls help. Thanks.

Follow the example form here on VJ for #11.

For #7, put N/A-Unemployed and $0 for his income. List his cash and assets on the other lines where stated. He needs to provide proof of savings and assets, and will need them to be 3 times the 125% poverty level requirement for his household size plus you. Read the instructions for the I-864 for household size and asset requirements. You are using the I-134, but the consulates still go by the instructions and guidelines for the I-864.


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On form I-134, Question 11, I intend, do not intend to make specific contributions to the support of the persons named in item 3.

Should we choose intend or not intend? My US citizen fiance, he's confused about this, we're gonna get married, we're gonna share everything, There's not the exact amount and duration of contribution, Should we choose "not intend"?

Question 7: My US citizen fiance, he's unemployed for years, but he has sufficent cash and assets to support the family, How do we answer question 7?

Pls help. Thanks.

I put yes, I intend to provide money for visa interview, medical, travel to usa, and home to live in as fiancee and spouse.

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Hmm, just to be sure, are you going to start the process and send the I-129F package? If yes, the I-134 affidavit of support is not needed at this stage. You will only need it at your interview.

For your question about the I-94, just write the number, doesn't matter if there's one case blank.


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On form I-134, Question 11, I intend, do not intend to make specific contributions to the support of the persons named in item 3.

Should we choose intend or not intend? My US citizen fiance, he's confused about this, we're gonna get married, we're gonna share everything, There's not the exact amount and duration of contribution, Should we choose "not intend"?

Question 7: My US citizen fiance, he's unemployed for years, but he has sufficent cash and assets to support the family, How do we answer question 7?

Pls help. Thanks.

headbonk.gif "Questions #11 is confusing. The 'VJ example' answer: N/A ( K1 visa process for permanent residence )

How many people have put the above as their answer ? Just curious..... helpsmilie.gif


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headbonk.gif "Questions #11 is confusing. The 'VJ example' answer: N/A ( K1 visa process for permanent residence )

How many people have put the above as their answer ? Just curious..... helpsmilie.gif

A lot of people have. The I-134 was not created with K-1 visas in mind. Its purpose was really for those that would be temporarily in the US. Not for those that would be staying, adjusting status and becoming permanent residents. Question 11 makes more sense for those being sponsored on a temporary basis. That is why N/A - "K-1 visa process for permanent residence" makes sense in the case of a K-1 applicant. If it makes you feel better, check 'Intend' and then put "K-1 visa process for permanent residence" on the line.

The I-134 is not a binding contract. It is basically kind of like a 'cover-letter' for organizing and listing your income and/or assets that you are providing documented evidence of.

Hmm, just to be sure, are you going to start the process and send the I-129F package? If yes, the I-134 affidavit of support is not needed at this stage. You will only need it at your interview.

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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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A lot of people have. The I-134 was not created with K-1 visas in mind. Its purpose was really for those that would be temporarily in the US. Not for those that would be staying, adjusting status and becoming permanent residents. Question 11 makes more sense for those being sponsored on a temporary basis. That is why N/A - "K-1 visa process for permanent residence" makes sense in the case of a K-1 applicant. If it makes you feel better, check 'Intend' and then put "K-1 visa process for permanent residence" on the line.

The I-134 is not a binding contract. It is basically kind of like a 'cover-letter' for organizing and listing your income and/or assets that you are providing documented evidence of.

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Thank you for your reply. You've explained it clearly, and I now feel comfortable writing my answer as N/A...... good.gif


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AOS: 2012-12-28
NOA's x 2: 2012-01-04
Bio App: 2012-02-05 (Honolulu, HAWAII)
Upcoming AOS Interview (March 21) RESCHEDULED between March 28 - June 6
EAD/AP combo card: 2013-03-15
AOS interview: APRIL 16th approved
Green Card: April 25th 2013 - 2015

ROC: 2015-Jan-20
NOA: 2015-Jan-27

BIO Appt: 2015-Feb-24

Approved: 2015-May-26

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Great point, when you do your AOS, the financial agreement I-864 is binding at that point. Many people file for K-1 and it is not completed, therefore I believe the I-134 is not binding. FYI when we did this I was not prepared as well as you will be due to VJ.


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