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Hi guys! I am new here. I wanted to ask your help regarding on how to file a K1 visa. My fiance will going to file the papers this coming 1st week of Feb 2013. We are having a hard time what are the forms needed to file aside from I-129F and G-325A also what are some of the requirements. Do we need to include the I-134(Affidavit of Support) in filing together with the I-129F and G-325A? I am anxious that we could be wrong and it will cause a delay and make us a problem later on. So please guys help us and enlighten us on how and where to start. You're response will be a great help for us. Thank you in advance.

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Hi guys! I am new here. I wanted to ask your help regarding on how to file a K1 visa. My fiance will going to file the papers this coming 1st week of Feb 2013. We are having a hard time what are the forms needed to file aside from I-129F and G-325A also what are some of the requirements. Do we need to include the I-134(Affidavit of Support) in filing together with the I-129F and G-325A? I am anxious that we could be wrong and it will cause a delay and make us a problem later on. So please guys help us and enlighten us on how and where to start. You're response will be a great help for us. Thank you in advance.

Take a look at the K-1 Visa Guide, Flowchart and Tips.

Here's a link: http://www.visajourney.com/content/guides

Also read the I-129F instructions carefully.

If you read these, that should get you pretty far. Come back with any questions you have after reading those.

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Click on the Guides link and you'll find the guide titled K1 Visa Guide which is super helpful!!I'm new to this site and the entire K-1 Visa process, but this guide Step-by-Step Guide on How to File for a K-1 Visa for your Foreign Fiance(e) really helps. The I-134 does not need to be included in the I-129F packet, that's for the next phase. Click the Guides link and you'll figure out everything as you go along. The forums with past discussions also helped answer a lot of my questions and clear up some confusion. Let me know how it goes and GOOD LUCK :) !

Hi guys! I am new here. I wanted to ask your help regarding on how to file a K1 visa. My fiance will going to file the papers this coming 1st week of Feb 2013. We are having a hard time what are the forms needed to file aside from I-129F and G-325A also what are some of the requirements. Do we need to include the I-134(Affidavit of Support) in filing together with the I-129F and G-325A? I am anxious that we could be wrong and it will cause a delay and make us a problem later on. So please guys help us and enlighten us on how and where to start. You're response will be a great help for us. Thank you in advance.


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Hi guys! I am new here. I wanted to ask your help regarding on how to file a K1 visa. My fiance will going to file the papers this coming 1st week of Feb 2013. We are having a hard time what are the forms needed to file aside from I-129F and G-325A also what are some of the requirements. Do we need to include the I-134(Affidavit of Support) in filing together with the I-129F and G-325A? I am anxious that we could be wrong and it will cause a delay and make us a problem later on. So please guys help us and enlighten us on how and where to start. You're response will be a great help for us. Thank you in advance.

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If you are doing this on your own, take my advice and everybody else on this website; do your homework!!!!! Read the K-1 visa guide over and over again in detail. Study it and know what each procedure entails. The first stage; the 129F, initial petition for a K-1. If you have already met, get all the proof of that meeting. Each of you make letters of intent. He will go to his employer and get proof of employment. Read, read and read again the K-1 guides. Many people have made mistakes and we do not want you to make those same mistakes. Once you are absolutely sure you have followed the guide instructions without error, then you are ready and not until then. Do not RUSH this. Do it right the first time. If you have questions after you have vigorously studied the process as detailed in the study guides, ask, ask, ask ask and ask again the people on this website. good Luck in your studies and your journey!!!!!!!!!!!


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Thank you Love's JAA..I have a question regarding I-129F Q19. It says there how did u meet your fiance(e) or spouse through the services of an international marriage broker? --> Is this the area where you can tell if you met your fiance on the dating website like Friendfinder? Please help kinda confused.

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Thank you Love's JAA..I have a question regarding I-129F Q19. It says there how did u meet your fiance(e) or spouse through the services of an international marriage broker? --> Is this the area where you can tell if you met your fiance on the dating website like Friendfinder? Please help kinda confused.

As far as I know, International Marriage Broker by them means an individual or organization whose primary occupation is making matches between people in the US and a different country for money. Read their definition in the instructions for I-129F Step 2 Instruction 1.

Since friendfinder does not primarily focus on making matches between people in the US and those in foreign countries for money, they do not qualify. Answer no.

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1/4/13 - I129-F Sent | 1/8/13 - Received by USCIS
1/10/13 - NOA1 to VSC | 1/11/13 - Text/Email | 1/17/13 - Hard Copy Received
1/16/13 - Alien Registration Number changed
5/24/13 or 5/29/13 - Case Transferred to TSC
7/2/13 - NOA2 from TSC! (173 days from NOA1) | 7/6/13 - Hard Copy Received
7/18/13 - Shipped to NVC | 7/26/13 - Received at NVC and case number assigned
7/29/13 - In transit to consulate | 7/31/13 - Received by consulate
8/20/13 - Medical - Passed | 8/21/13 - Interview - Approved!
8/28/13 - Passport with visa ready to pickup from courier
10/17/13 - POE - JFK
10/28/13 - Applied for SSN and marriage license | 11/2/13 - SS card received
11/21/13 - Wedding


12/30/13 - I485/I765/I131 Sent | 1/2/14 - Received by USCIS
1/3/14 - NOA1 to NBC | 1/16/14 - Hard Copy Received
2/4/14 - Biometrics
3/7/14 - AP and EAD approved!
3/11/14 - AP/EAD card mailed | 3/14/14 - Received
4/10/14 - Interview Waiver letter
6/16/14 - Approved! | 6/21/14 - GC Received


5/2/16 - I-751 Sent | 5/5/16 - Received by USCIS
5/6/16 - NOA1 to VSC
6/14/16 - Biometrics

4/19/17 - Approved! | 4/22/17 - Letter received | 5/4/17 - GC Received

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As far as I know, International Marriage Broker by them means an individual or organization whose primary occupation is making matches between people in the US and a different country for money. Read their definition in the instructions for I-129F Step 2 Instruction 1.

Since friendfinder does not primarily focus on making matches between people in the US and those in foreign countries for money, they do not qualify. Answer no.

Thank you vbtwo..That's a huge help :)

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