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Hi all!

First I want to say thank you! The VJ community has already helped me so much, but it seems I've run into an issue that I can't find on a previous thread.

I am the petitioner for my fiance's K1 visa. We received the NOA2 last week and I'm trying to get a jump start on the next round of paper work. In regards to the I-134, I will be a graduate student for the next two years, for the past 4 I've been living and working in Israel. I was planning on filing with my parents as joint sponsors, but they are retired. We all file our W2's or whatever relevant tax forms each year. Will this be a problem? Should I find a joint sponsor who has active employment?

Also, while I have your attention, how should I address question 2 on the for which asks since which date have I resided in the US? I'll be moving back in August, probably around the same time my fiance will have his interview (fingers crossed). But I have not been a resident since 2010.

Thanks in advance!

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