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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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1) on the I-134, is the co sponsor filling the affidavit out on my behalf (the petitioner) or my fiance's (the beneficiary)?

2) My co-sponsor has naturalization papers, does he need to order another certified copy of his naturalization papers, or would a notarized copy of said papers suffice, since he has to provide his certificate of Citizenship number?

3) If the co-sponsor is filling out the I-134 on *my* behalf, what would his relationship to sponsor be listed as? He is my step-father, so would he list the relationship as: Friend, family friend, future son in law?

Thanks in advance!!!


“There is never a time or place for true love. It happens accidentally, in a heartbeat, in a single flashing, throbbing moment.”

Met online: 07/2008

Trip to Germany: 06/2009

He comes to US: 11/2009

He comes to US: 05/2010

I go to Germany: 09/2011

He Proposed! 09/17/2011

I-129F received: 07/03/2012

NOA1: 07/10/12

NOA2: 09/19/12 (78 days!)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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1) on the I-134, is the co sponsor filling the affidavit out on my behalf (the petitioner) or my fiance's (the beneficiary)?

They are agreeing to sponsor the foreign fiance(e), same as you are when filling out your own I-134.

2) My co-sponsor has naturalization papers, does he need to order another certified copy of his naturalization papers, or would a notarized copy of said papers suffice, since he has to provide his certificate of Citizenship number?

Just a copy of their naturalization certificate will do, OR a copy of the biographical page of their US passport. It is just to prove they are a US citizen.

3) If the co-sponsor is filling out the I-134 on *my* behalf, what would his relationship to sponsor be listed as? He is my step-father, so would he list the relationship as: Friend, family friend, future son in law?

Your step father can put the relationship as future father-in-law.

Thanks in advance!!!


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ_Ciudad-Juarez-2-22-2021.pdf

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
Timeline

Thank you!


“There is never a time or place for true love. It happens accidentally, in a heartbeat, in a single flashing, throbbing moment.”

Met online: 07/2008

Trip to Germany: 06/2009

He comes to US: 11/2009

He comes to US: 05/2010

I go to Germany: 09/2011

He Proposed! 09/17/2011

I-129F received: 07/03/2012

NOA1: 07/10/12

NOA2: 09/19/12 (78 days!)

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