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Haley & Kwazi

I-864 vs. I-134

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: South Africa
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I recently received Packet 3 from the Consulate in Johannesburg. It has extensive information pertaining to the I-864 and family based petitions. It only has one line about I-134 needed K1 visas. Does this mean I need to submit both applications? My parents will be the co-sponsor, so they would need to fill out both too? PLEASE HELP!


Haley & Kwazi

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29 FEB 2012: I-129F sent
06 MAR 2012: NOA-1 received (VSC)
10 SEP 2012: NOA-2 received
17 SEP 2012: NVC received
12 OCT 2012: Received by US Consulate in Johannesburg
21 JAN 2013: Medical & Vaccinations
31 JAN 2013: Interview & Approval
01 FEB 2013: K-1 issued
06 FEB 2013: Arrival at JFK, NYC
27 FEB 2013: Married!

07 MAR 2013: AOS & EAD submitted (485, 765, 864)
04 MAY 2013: EAD Card production ordered

29 AUG 2013: Notice of potential I-485 interview waiver

03 SEP 2013: Emergency AP filed and received at Philadelphia Field Office

25 SEP 2013: AOS RFE - missing I-693 Vaccination & Medical document

29 OCT 2013: AOS Approval!

07 Nov 2013: GC received

14 AUG 2015: I-751 sent (VSC)

18 AUG 2015: I-751 received

22 AUG 2015: NOA received

07 JUN 2016: I-751 Approval NOA received!

18 JUN 2016: GC received

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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The I-134 is used for K-1 visas. You need to choose a parent. Only one co-sponsor can be used with the I-134. They will fill out their own separate form and need to have enough to meet the 125% income requirement for their own household size plus the foreign fiance(e). Besides the financial documents (most recent tax transcript, letter from employer and most recent pay stubs), they also need to provide proof of being a USC or LPR.

Very few consulates accept the I-864 for co-sponsors. You can always contact the consulate directly and ask them which affidavit of support is used with a co-sponsor for a K-1 visa applicant just to make absolutely sure.


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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