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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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first of all thank you for spending your valuable time to read this.

I am in process for K-1 visa.

I have an interview on first week of december.

I have my fiancee's affidavit of support, which i am planning to submit in interview.

My fiancee is medical student and she provided affidavit of support. Also money she has shown in affidavit of support is student loan money.

I am little concern over this affidavit of support during my interview.

Do i need any additional person's affidavit of support?

if somebody can advise me over this would be really helpful.

thank you very much in advance

regards

hiral

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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London allows self sponsorship.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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thank you for quick reply.

It will be too short for me to arrange any co-sponsor.

I will be able to get I-134 signed by co-sponsor but will not be able to get that person's bank statements and any other documents. Just a I-134 of co-sponsor would be enough?

Can i have co-sponsor from london?

Also what do i have to show in self sponsorship?

your reply would be appreciate.

thank you

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I believe the co-sponsor needs to be residing in the US.


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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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thank you for quick reply.

It will be too short for me to arrange any co-sponsor.

I will be able to get I-134 signed by co-sponsor but will not be able to get that person's bank statements and any other documents. Just a I-134 of co-sponsor would be enough?

Can i have co-sponsor from london?

Also what do i have to show in self sponsorship?

your reply would be appreciate.

thank you

Co sponsor must reside in the USA. I don't think that there's a black or white rule out there for self sponsoring but I've seen threads where people have had to show about $25-55k in savings or assets. Don't quote me because I'm not 100%

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