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Affidavit of support for Fiancee

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Congo

Hello guys,


I have just read something on the USCIS.gov website and it is a bit confusing.


First I would like to inform you all that our case was already forwarded to the Embassy and now we are waiting for the next step. 


At this time I am trying to gather all the paper work and just have read this :


"If your relative is either a K-1 .... You do not need to submit an affidavit of support at the time.... Instead , you should submit an affidavit of support at the time that your fiancee adjusts status to permanent resident after coming to the US."


What does it mean? I am trying to fill up the form i-134 and also trying to find a co-sponsor and reading this is really confusing! Can anyone give me a technical explanation for this? I can't find any previous experience with the Congo-Brazzaville Embassy anywhere!!


Does it mean the form i-134 is not needed?

Please your inputs will be much appreciated!!



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