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I-134 Co Sponsor Question

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Afternoon all,

My fiancé and I just got our NOA2 (amazed, it took four weeks, I figured about three months) so now we're starting to prepare the next stage of paperwork, notably the Affidavit of Support. My fiancé doesn't have a huge income, so he has a co sponsor for me. This person is the lady he lives with, who is a close family friend. Will this be okay? Also, what relationship should she put down on the form as she's not related to him, or me?

Thanks in advance, you guys always help me out. Don't know what I'd do without this website, honestly.


Met: May 15, 2013

Engaged: May 21, 2015


Our K1 Process

Filed I-129F: August 8, 2016

NOA1: August 15, 2016

NOA2: September 15, 2016

NVC Received: October 13, 2016

NVC Left: October 17, 2016

Consulate Received: October 24, 2016

London Medical: November 23, 2016

Interview: December 7, 2016

Arrived in US: December 29, 2016

Married!!!!: February 11, 2017


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Filed: August 15, 2017

Signed for: August 20, 2017

NOA1: August 29, 2017

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Yes it will be okay. How about "family friend of her fiancé" or whatever will fit in the space.

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To be clear, there are no co-sponsors for the I-134. There is one sponsor. This doesn't need to be your fiance.

As long as your fiance's friend is a US citizen they will be fine to be the sponsor. You will likely get some questions at the interview on who this person is.

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