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Affidavit of Support for K1 visa

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Hello and good afternoon !

 

This may be a silly question. On the affidavit of support Page 4 sec. 38 it’s asking about how long will I support the beneficiary or make specific contributions. I marked I intend which is obvious because we will be living together etc. Exactly what am I supposed to put in the Addtional information part without it sounding inaccurate or as if I will only be supporting my fiancé for a specific amount of time? My fiancé intends to start school and work as well so I will not be the sole source of income once it is permitted by law to work and will we share everything ... 

 

can anyone direct me in this or have a sample that I may refer to for k1 visa

 

thank you and many blessings 

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36 minutes ago, Faith88’ said:

Hello and good afternoon !

 

This may be a silly question. On the affidavit of support Page 4 sec. 38 it’s asking about how long will I support the beneficiary or make specific contributions. I marked I intend which is obvious because we will be living together etc. Exactly what am I supposed to put in the Addtional information part without it sounding inaccurate or as if I will only be supporting my fiancé for a specific amount of time? My fiancé intends to start school and work as well so I will not be the sole source of income once it is permitted by law to work and will we share everything ... 

 

can anyone direct me in this or have a sample that I may refer to for k1 visa

 

thank you and many blessings 

Based on visajourney posts, I will be putting:

 

Quote

Financial support with the K1 Visa

in additional information. See 

 

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17 minutes ago, Faith88’ said:

I’m sorry excuse my ignorance I have read the post and I’m still unsure of how I should proceed 

In the post, under guidance from the Consular Office (CO), the petitioner put this sentence in the additional information:

 

Financial support with the K1 Visa

 

That is what I will be putting in.

 

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19 hours ago, Faith88’ said:

I’m sorry excuse my ignorance I have read the post and I’m still unsure of how I should proceed 

I intend to support my fiance through K1 process and after we get married for the rest of our lives. 

Edited by Jenna Ting

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19 hours ago, Faith88’ said:

I’m sorry excuse my ignorance I have read the post and I’m still unsure of how I should proceed 

That question should be answered "intend"  only if a sponsor is making SPECIFIC contributions.....SPECIFIC...

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13 hours ago, Jenna Ting said:

I intend to support my fiance through K1 process and after we get married for the rest of our lives. 

The consultant suggested us to choose "intend"then add additional information like I answered above👆,bcuz it's your fiance. If it's someone you offer a job for him or her, you might describe what specific contribution you intend to make. This form isn't only designed for fiance visa that's why there are two ways to answer. 

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On 11/25/2018 at 8:56 AM, Jenna Ting said:

I intend to support my fiance through K1 process and after we get married for the rest of our lives. 

That's quite noble. But after he becomes  USA citizen, you aren't obligated to do so; unless of course you sign a document like say an I-130, and promise that, and then his divorce lawyer submits a copy of that to the divorce court, and then you pay alimony for life.

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