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Working permit for K1 and K2, how long?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines

In the Affidavit of Support, Item No. 11, there is a question there "I intend/do not intend to make specific contributions to the person named in item no. 3. If you check intend, indicate the exact nature and duration of the contributions. For example, room and board, state for how long and if money, state how much". In case my daughter and I are in the US, we will be staying in the petitioner's house. As soon as we (me and my daughter) landed a job, my daughter will no longer be dependent on us for money support. My question is this, how long will it take to process the working permit once we are there, so at least i have an idea on what to write in Item No. 11 of the Affidavit of Support. (I am (the co-petitioner) doing the preparation of documents for him (petitioner).

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