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Interview Docs / Argentina (I-134? or I-864?)

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Hello

 

In Argentina, waiting for NOA2 so getting ready for what's next.

 

In the latest "K1-K3-Instructions-packet"  updated 9/2018" (https://ar.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/K1-K3-Instructions-packet.pdf). Along with other docs it asks for the I-134.

But then the "Instructions-packet-for-IV-appointment" updated 9-2018  (https://ar.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/Instructions-packet-for-IV-appointment-1.pdf ), asks to bring to the interview:

"Evidence of Support: Submit the affidavit of support (I-864) together with all the supporting documentation, if you have not already sent/ submitted it to the NVC."

 

So, these two docs do not align. Therefore what should I work on, get the I-134 or get the I-864?

Anyone form Argentina who already had the interview?

 

Thanks!

 

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I864 is for immigrant visas... you’ll need i134 for the k1


07/09/2018: ROC packet sent with USPS 2-day priority shipping

07/11/2018: ROC packet delivered to the Vermont Service Center

07/16/2018: NOA1 received by mail with 18 months extension (notice date 7/12 and check cashed)

08/07/2018: Biometrics appointment letter received by mail (notice date 7/27)

08/13/2018: Biometrics appointment at east Hartford, ct

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Hey there! Quick question regarding the police certificates.

On the first page it states that we need police clearance from ALL THE COUNTRIES WE HAVE RESIDED. But then, on a different page, when further explaining it states that we need police clearance from countries WE HAVE RESIDED FOR OVER 1 YEAR.

It sounds tricky. I lived in Italy (being my legal residency) for about 5 months. Do I need the records?

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7 hours ago, M and Ed said:

Hey there! Quick question regarding the police certificates.

On the first page it states that we need police clearance from ALL THE COUNTRIES WE HAVE RESIDED. But then, on a different page, when further explaining it states that we need police clearance from countries WE HAVE RESIDED FOR OVER 1 YEAR.

It sounds tricky. I lived in Italy (being my legal residency) for about 5 months. Do I need the records?

Is it difficult to get? I'd say try to get the police clearance if you are unsure. Better to have it than not to have it, right?

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On 11/16/2018 at 7:09 PM, Sarah&Facundo said:

Is it difficult to get? I'd say try to get the police clearance if you are unsure. Better to have it than not to have it, right?

Yeah, I figure. I[ve sent the consulate in Argentina an email asking if I'm going to need it, but I haven[t heard back yet.

It would be quiete tricky to get

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