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Completing I-129F

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Hi guys,

Just beginning the long journey and I can see I'll be visiting this site a lot :)

Already I'm a little confused by the I-129F form... I am British from the UK and my fiancee is American and living in the US. How much of the form should be completed from her perspective, and how much (if any) from mine? Specifically I'm not sure what to put for Q20, applying for a visa abroad at the American consulate at ???. Also the question about our relationship, does it mean how I met her or how she met me? Small details I know but I don't want any delays that can be avoided, so I want to get the form right first time.

Many thanks for your help!

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Hi guys,

Just beginning the long journey and I can see I'll be visiting this site a lot :)

Already I'm a little confused by the I-129F form... I am British from the UK and my fiancee is American and living in the US. How much of the form should be completed from her perspective, and how much (if any) from mine? Specifically I'm not sure what to put for Q20, applying for a visa abroad at the American consulate at ???. Also the question about our relationship, does it mean how I met her or how she met me? Small details I know but I don't want any delays that can be avoided, so I want to get the form right first time.

Many thanks for your help!

Hey there!

Welcome to VJ. Make sure to check out the step-by-step guides on this site as they are the most helpful tools!

The I-129F is mostly completed by the USC, she will be the one "petitioning" to bring you over. You will need to send her, a G-325a signed and dated, a letter of intent signed and dated, a US sized passport photo of yourself taken recently, and I believe that's it from your end (please check the guides to double-check). She will fill out her own G-325a, letter of intent, and get her own passport photo for the G-325a in addition to filling out the I-129F form, writing the supplement in question 18, submitting her birth certificate, writing the cover letter, writing the check, and assembling the evidence (you can, obviously, help her by sending her evidence like copies of your boarding passes/passport stamps/etc.). She will be the one sending everything and handling the receipts.

It is how you met each other. She will be writing it so it will be from her perspective or a "we" perspective.

You will be at the embassy in London.

Hope everything goes smoothly and welcome to the process!

-Sam


I am the USC/petitioner.

Our K-1 Journey
12/19/2012 - Mailed I-129F via USPS Express
12/21/2012 - I-129F arrives in Lewisville, TX according to USPS tracking (delayed because it's the USPS)
12/21/2012 - NOA1 date of receipt
12/26/2012 - NOA1 received via text/email
12/27/2012 - Checked cashed by USCIS
12/31/2012 - Alien Number changed (NOA1 hardcopy in post, but was away for 2 weeks prior)

05/16/2013 - NOA2 received via text/email

05/20/2013 - NOA2 hardcopy received in post

05/28/2013 - NVC receives packet and assigns London case number

07/15/2013 - Sent all paperwork/medical complete

08/23/2013 - Receive Interview Date

09/19/2013 - Interview

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