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I-134 is a confusing form !!!! Help !

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Iran
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Hi everyone ,Perhaps I am going a little brain-dead from the paperwork !!!!! Does anyone know what to put at the end of form I-134 in front of "Amended" ? It wasn't on the sample form so I'm confused ,and also for the submit date of I-129 F should I put the date the USCIS get the file or the date of NOA 1 ? Thanks so much in advance .


ROC Timeline:

CSC

Date Filed:06/21/18

Bio:08/17/18 

Status: Pending

 

N400 Timeline:

Date Filed: 07/02/18

NOA Online: 07/03/18

NOA in Mail: 07/07/18

Bio: 07/24/18

Interview: 07/12/19

 

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I believe u put ur NOA1 date. That's what I did.

I don't see what place ur talking about that says "amended". Where is it? I see all the numbered questions and then the signature box.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Iran
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Oh I see, it's at the end of the form, under the part "Oath or Affirmation of Sponsor" .Actually it's the paragraph before you sign the form .It has a fillable box

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ROC Timeline:

CSC

Date Filed:06/21/18

Bio:08/17/18 

Status: Pending

 

N400 Timeline:

Date Filed: 07/02/18

NOA Online: 07/03/18

NOA in Mail: 07/07/18

Bio: 07/24/18

Interview: 07/12/19

 

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Iran
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Ok, thank you so much, i won't put anything then .


ROC Timeline:

CSC

Date Filed:06/21/18

Bio:08/17/18 

Status: Pending

 

N400 Timeline:

Date Filed: 07/02/18

NOA Online: 07/03/18

NOA in Mail: 07/07/18

Bio: 07/24/18

Interview: 07/12/19

 

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Oh I see, it's at the end of the form, under the part "Oath or Affirmation of Sponsor" .Actually it's the paragraph before you sign the form .It has a fillable box

If you mouse over the data entry box for the 'Oath' section, it tells you what it is about and instructs you to enter the sponsor's full name.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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It isn't on the example form for 2 reasons, one is because the example cannot include the mouseover info that is embedded in the original pdf file of the form you download from the USCIS site,and because I believe the example form was created before the USCIS added the instructions in the mouseover popup that finally explained what they wanted in that space.

It used to be left blank because it had no instructions. Then, it said to Enter relationship, which made no sense, so was also just left blank. Finally, they added this popup to let people know what they actually wanted to go there.

Yes, the sponsor filling out the form puts their full name there to indicate they acknowledge reading the liabilities in the instructions. See the attachment I am adding to show this popup info box.

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Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Iran
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It isn't on the example form for 2 reasons, one is because the example cannot include the mouseover info that is embedded in the original pdf file of the form you download from the USCIS site,and because I believe the example form was created before the USCIS added the instructions in the mouseover popup that finally explained what they wanted in that space.

It used to be left blank because it had no instructions. Then, it said to Enter relationship, which made no sense, so was also just left blank. Finally, they added this popup to let people know what they actually wanted to go there.

Yes, the sponsor filling out the form puts their full name there to indicate they acknowledge reading the liabilities in the instructions. See the attachment I am adding to show this popup info box.

attachicon.gifI134oath.png

Oh wow, thank you for your help ,really appreciate it, and also for question 11 the instruction on example form is enough and correct ?


ROC Timeline:

CSC

Date Filed:06/21/18

Bio:08/17/18 

Status: Pending

 

N400 Timeline:

Date Filed: 07/02/18

NOA Online: 07/03/18

NOA in Mail: 07/07/18

Bio: 07/24/18

Interview: 07/12/19

 

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Should I use any specific version of Adobe Reader ? Cause mine doesn't show the mouseover info !


ROC Timeline:

CSC

Date Filed:06/21/18

Bio:08/17/18 

Status: Pending

 

N400 Timeline:

Date Filed: 07/02/18

NOA Online: 07/03/18

NOA in Mail: 07/07/18

Bio: 07/24/18

Interview: 07/12/19

 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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It isn't on the example form for 2 reasons, one is because the example cannot include the mouseover info that is embedded in the original pdf file of the form you download from the USCIS site,and because I believe the example form was created before the USCIS added the instructions in the mouseover popup that finally explained what they wanted in that space.

It used to be left blank because it had no instructions. Then, it said to Enter relationship, which made no sense, so was also just left blank. Finally, they added this popup to let people know what they actually wanted to go there.

Yes, the sponsor filling out the form puts their full name there to indicate they acknowledge reading the liabilities in the instructions. See the attachment I am adding to show this popup info box.

I134oath.png

Thank you!! I'll redo mine!

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Oh wow, thank you for your help ,really appreciate it, and also for question 11 the instruction on example form is enough and correct ?

Yes, the answer for #11 on the example form is correct. You could alternatively check the 'intend' box and still put 'K1 VISA PROCESS FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE' on the line.

And not sure if you need to update your adobe reader to see the mouseover, or to download the form to your computer and open it with Adobe Reader. It shows up for me in my browser view just looking at the form at the USCIS site, and when I open the form in Adobe on my computer.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Thank you!! I'll redo mine!

You are welcome. If your I-134 was already completed and sent to the foreign fiance(e), I would just leave it as is. I don't think leaving it blank still will have too much of an impact at all. If it hasn't been sent yet, then adding the name there is easy enough to do.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Yes, the answer for #11 on the example form is correct. You could alternatively check the 'intend' box and still put 'K1 VISA PROCESS FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE' on the line.

And not sure if you need to update your adobe reader to see the mouseover, or to download the form to your computer and open it with Adobe Reader. It shows up for me in my browser view just looking at the form at the USCIS site, and when I open the form in Adobe on my computer.

I see, Thank you again for your help :) I used Adobe Acrobat Xpro and it worked, It didn't work on Adobe Reader .


ROC Timeline:

CSC

Date Filed:06/21/18

Bio:08/17/18 

Status: Pending

 

N400 Timeline:

Date Filed: 07/02/18

NOA Online: 07/03/18

NOA in Mail: 07/07/18

Bio: 07/24/18

Interview: 07/12/19

 

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