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If you need a co-sponsor and the I-134

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DO you and the co-sponsor fill out an I-134?

I don't want to have to wait endless weeks because when I finally file and things a going I didn't' prepare fully. Thank -you in advance.

Bonnie

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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DO you and the co-sponsor fill out an I-134?

I don't want to have to wait endless weeks because when I finally file and things a going I didn't' prepare fully. Thank -you in advance.

Bonnie

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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DO you and the co-sponsor fill out an I-134?

I don't want to have to wait endless weeks because when I finally file and things a going I didn't' prepare fully. Thank -you in advance.

Bonnie

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Yes, you both do. Separate I-134's and supporting documents (tax returns, bank letter, etc.), if it is the I-134 that the embassy/consulate in the beneficiary's country requires (and not the I-864).


TIMELINE (Married 9 yrs)

Aug 18, 2005 - Mailed I-130 (wife & kids') to VSC

Aug 29, 2005 - NOA-1 for I-130's received

Sep 13, 2005 - I-130's approved, petition forwarded to NVC

Oct 10, 2005 - I-864 Bill received by agent

Oct 12, 2005 - Paid I-864 Bill by Postal Money Order-$70 for whole family

Dec 17, 2005- checklist for I-864 received, reply sent back & entered into system on Dec 22.

Oct 20, 2005 - Alien spouse received DS-3032 (Choice of Agent) documents

Oct 24,2005 - DS-3032 sent to NVC (fr Phils)

Nov 17, 2005 - IV Fee Bill paid by Money Order & sent

Jan 3, 2006 - Mailed DS-230 to NVC

Jan 4, 2006 - DS-230 entered into system

Jan 12, 2006 - CASE COMPLETED, and still waiting!!!

Aug 3, 2006- schedule of interview at US Embassy-Manila. Won't be showing up.

K3/K4

Aug 30, 2005 - Mailed I-129F to Chicago(wife's)

Sep 10, 2005 - NOA-1 for I-129F

Oct 19, 2005 - I-129F Approved (email notice), received mail Oct. 28

Nov 2, 2005- Received K3 approval notice

Mar 24, 2006 - K3 interview

Apr 4, 2006 - Visas in hand

May 8, 2006 - arrived in America

AOS

August 2006 - mailed I-485 forms

September 2006 - Biometrics done

December 2006 - Interview; Green Card received by mail a week later

2007: Applied for kids' certificate of citizenship, got the certificates in June & passports in August 2007

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Yes, you both do. Separate I-134's and supporting documents (tax returns, bank letter, etc.), if it is the I-134 that the embassy/consulate in the beneficiary's country requires (and not the I-864).

Thanks for the reply classica I appreciate it

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mi_illusion_st,

The sponsor does for sure - if the consulate requires I-134 of sponsors for K visa applicants, and most do.

If you are not going to be the sponsor, then the consulate may not require you to provide any financial information. But you will want to be prepared in case they do require something from you.

Yodrak

DO you and the co-sponsor fill out an I-134?

I don't want to have to wait endless weeks because when I finally file and things a going I didn't' prepare fully. Thank -you in advance.

Bonnie

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Well, in a previous thread Yodrak made me question whether this is true or not, but I would say yes, do it just in case they need it, it really isn't that hard anyways.


Naturalization

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02/02/2015 - Filed Dallas lockbox. Atlanta office.

02/13/2015 - NOA received

03/10/2015 - Biometrics

03/12/2015 - In-Line for Interview

04/09/2015 - E-notification for Interview Letter

05/18/2015 - Interview - passed!

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