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Cosponsor for Support?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom

I recently sent in my I-129F, and figured I ought to go ahead and start on some of the paperwork for later. Not all of it, because I'm aware that it takes a good 4-5 months for anything to happen, even an RFE, so I was just thinking.

I saw all of the posts on here about cosponsorship. As I am only 20, and am in my last year of university, I neither have a full time job nor met the poverty requirements.

My mother has agreed to help me with this, as the wedding will (hopefully) be around the time I'm able to get a job and whatnot.

What do I need to do for this cosponsorship? Obtain her tax stubs as well as mine, bank statements, etc. and fill out two financial forms? Or just one?

I'm so confused, and would like to go ahead and start planning for all of this and let her know what's going on so we can continue to work at this.

Like I said, I'm pretty eager and should probably slow down; I know it's really soon, but I'm just so excited ;)

Any thoughts?

12/2008 - Met online

4/07/2009 - Started our relationship!

12/13/2010 - Fiance US visit: 3 weeks

06/02/2011 - UK visit: 3 weeks.

12/14/2011 - US visit: 3.5 weeks

01/01/2012 - Engaged!

04/07/2012 - US visit: 2 weeks.

04/21/2012 - Sent out I-129F!

04/24/2012 - Case accepted

04/26/2012 - NOA1 hard-copy received!

04/27/2012 - Touched

05/21/2012 - UK visit: 5 weeks!!

10/22/2012 - NoA2!!!

10/30/2012 - NVC Received

10/31/2012 - Sent to London

11/01/2012 - Packet 3 received

xx/xx/xxxx - Packet 4 received

xx/xx/xxxx - Interview!


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Both you and your cosponsor will need to fill out the Affidavit of Support (I-134).

Tax returns, bank statements, pay stubs, letters from employer, etc.

It's good to be prepared! :) So many people just wait for their NOA2, and when they get it, THEN start worrying about what's next. Far less stressful your way.

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