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Affidavit of Support

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Hello again,

I have a few questions concerning the Affidavit of Support form:

I currently do not earn enough money to meet the "above poverty guidelines" so I will be needing a co-sponser for this form. Do I fill out the form and another person and send both? Or is it only necessary to send the form of the Co-sponsor (my mom in this case)?

Also, is it necessary to take the original form the day of the interview or would a scanned copy work as well?

Thanks!

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You need an original for your interview. Good Luck!


Christie & Salim

Processing Center: Texas

Sent Petition 8/17/2013

NOA1 Text Message 8/23/2013

NOA1 Hard Copy 8/28/2013

NOA2 Approved 10/9/13

NOA2 Hard Copy 10/12/13

Left NVC 10/23/2013

Received in Tunisia (Electronic) 10/25/2013

Received in Tunisia (Hard Copy) 11/12/2013

Visa APPROVED 1/16/2014

AOS (K-1) mailed 5/15/14

Texts received 6/08/2014

NOA1 Date 6/06/2014

Biometric Appointment 7/01/2014

EAD Approval 7/29/2014

AP Approval 7/29/2014

EAD Received 08/05/2014

Waiver Letter 9/10/2014

AOS APPROVED 05/12/2015

Combo Card Renewal

EAD/AP Combo Card Renewal mailed 120 days prior on 03/31/2015

EAD/AP Combo Card Renewal NOA 04/08/2015

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You each need to fill out I-134! Total 2 copies of I-134! You need original I-134 for interview, supporting like w2, ITR can be scanned copies


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K1 (I-129F) petition filed in August 2013 (Approved Feb 20th 2014)
13th May 2014: AOS (I-485) & EAD/AP combo card
21st May 2014: NOA 1 and biometric letter
11th June 2014: biometric appointment
13th June 2014: RFE received via mail
16th June 2014: replied to RFE
6th August 2014: EAD Approved, AP still in initial review
12th August 2014: got tracking number for EAD
( ) August 2014: Received EAD (I forgot what date I got them but I did receive them less than 5 days from the 12th)
10th September 2014: Interview Waiver received (I wished I was interviewed)
April 23, 2015, we registered your permanent resident status and mailed you a Welcome Notice

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The answer is pretty simple the Consul need both, but not only the form the consul want to see the checks and the last taxes

regardless you do not make the enough money for your claim; at the end all this documents will be returned to the beneficiary

as soon they make the decision.. in my case the embassy in Bogota sent together with the passport with the visa the followed documents

I gave to her to be presented.

1- Letter from my job stated that I am not temporally

2- 5 electronic checks copy

3- The affidavit support form

4- My last taxes 2012 ( they are checking in my pass taxes how many people I claimed)

good luck in your case ...


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