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Yes. And she will also need to show her supporting evidences such as latest ITR, W2s and 1099s, letter of employment, recent paystubs/paychecks.



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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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Hi just quick question, i am the pettioner, my mom will helped me out for the sponsor, does she need to fill up a separate i134 form???

I am under the impression that the Manila embassy frowns on co-sponsors for K-1 visas, not sure if that still applies. Since that is a embassy-specific issue, I would suggest that you may want to check in at the Phil regional forum for details, instead of the general K-1 forum.

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Yes, both sponsor (you) and co-sponsor need to complete the I-134c. I suggest you & the co-sponsor complete the I-864 also as the Manila embassy can be very "iffy" with allowing a co-sponsor with the K-1 visa.

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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Yes, both sponsor (you) and co-sponsor need to complete the I-134c. I suggest you & the co-sponsor complete the I-864 also as the Manila embassy can be very "iffy" with allowing a co-sponsor with the K-1 visa.

so the I-864 too, i thought just the i-134 for k1 visa??

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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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so the I-864 too, i thought just the i-134 for k1 visa??

The I-134 is the document requested for the K-1, but the I-864 is better for when doing the co-sponsor route as USEM can be very fickle about allowing a co-sponsor with the K-1


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Do you have Pinoy roots?

How old are you?

Do you live with your mom?

What's your education level?

What's your fiancé(e)'s education level?

What's your current monthly income?

Are you going to attend the interview?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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my case is also a cosponsor case. and yes my fiance was there with me. we used the I134&I864 for our cosponsor and yes it worked. my fiance just signed the I134 because he has nothing to declare. :)


03/27/2012- I-129F sent to USCIS

04/02/2012- NOA1 email

04/05/2012- NOA1 hard copy received

07/23/2012- finally some light! RFE via EMAIL

08/05/2012- Sent RFE reply from Philippines

08/09/2012- RFE Reply Response Review Notification Email

08/15/2012- NOA2 Approval via Email

08/22/2012- Hard copy of NOA2 received!

08/24/2012- MNL case number noted!

08/31/2012- Physical Exam at SLEC- Passed!

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09/18/2012- Visa on Hand!, CFO Sticker DONE! YAY!!!!

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10/05/2012- Touchdown Chicago!

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