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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Honduras
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My husband (citizen) is applying to bring his mom from Honduras. Besides the 130 form and passports/birth certificates what other forms need to get mailed right away? D we do an affadavit of support as a first step or need any other supporting documents? Thanks for advice.

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My husband (citizen) is applying to bring his mom from Honduras. Besides the 130 form and passports/birth certificates what other forms need to get mailed right away? D we do an affadavit of support as a first step or need any other supporting documents? Thanks for advice.

Ask your mother-in-law to get Police certificate from local police station.

Make sure your mother-in-law's passport has expiration date over 5 years. otherwise ask her to apply for a new passport.

Ask your mother-in-law to have bunch of (15) passport side pictures take. She will them every now and then

Below are assuming your husband will use only his own income ( I-864 EZ):

Get your husband's past 3 years of federal tax return transcript. (To go with I-864 EZ)

Your husband's past 6 months bank account statement (To go with I-864 EZ)

Your husband's past 6 months of pay stubs (To go with I-864 EZ)

Your husband's employment letter. (To go with I-864 EZ)

Any other document that proves his financial capabilities (sponsorship eligibility).

Follow the short cut:

James's Shortcuts

Good Luck.

Edited by rosco_qa

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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For the initial I-130 submission, all you need is his naturalization certificate and his birth certificate (with his mom's name on it) with translation if needed. If your husband had any name change, documentation for that will need to be provided as well. All the other documents can wait until after approval which will likely take about 5 months. You can start preparing all the other documents while you are waiting for approval.

Edited by Mike and Lily

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