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I have a question about the affidavit of support, my parents are my sponsers and they file thier taxes jointly. So do they complete one form together, or seperate forms ? Lastly, i dont have any income at the moment so do i still fill out this form as well ?

This would be for the K-1 fiancee visa by the way.

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Filed: Country: Canada
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I have a question about the affidavit of support, my parents are my sponsers and they file thier taxes jointly. So do they complete one form together, or seperate forms ? Lastly, i dont have any income at the moment so do i still fill out this form as well ?

This would be for the K-1 fiancee visa by the way.

Thanks

From what I understand, they would fill one out together, and you fill one out as well. There are about two pages of instructions that you can download along with the I-134 - have you looked at those to see if it says what to do? Sorry if I haven't been more help.


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I have a question about the affidavit of support, my parents are my sponsers and they file thier taxes jointly. So do they complete one form together, or seperate forms ? Lastly, i dont have any income at the moment so do i still fill out this form as well ?

This would be for the K-1 fiancee visa by the way.

Thanks

each sponsor completes a separate I-134.

some consulates require the petitioner to fill out an I-134 eventhough he doesn't have an income. I would fill one out and obtain all financial documents anyways. You will need the documents later for AOS.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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As a general rule, more is better then less. If you are unsure about whether you need to submit something, you are better off submitting it. I would submit to I-134's in this case. One for you and one for your parents.

Also, check the US embassy website in the country of your fiance for information on K-1 visas. I checked the US Embassy website in Ukraine, and they do not require the submission of an I-134. They require submission of copies of financial support documentation. They will even accept scanned images by e-mail.


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