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i-134 Questions: A Number, Part 3 Questions 26a through 29, and 38

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I know there are a lot of posts about the i-134, so sorry if I am repeating questions.  I have done research online, and in this sub and have seen mixed responses.  So I thought I would ask these questions here to try and get recent answers from people who have submitted an i-134 recently and got approved.

 

 

I am filing for a K-1 Fiancée Visa, for the first time.

 

 

Firstly, is there any way to know when the new form will be released?  I am wondering what happens if I mail this to my fiancée, and then prior (or right before) the interview, the new form is released, and she brings this old form to the interview.  Would that cause a problem?

 

 

On the NOA2, there is a 9 digit number beginning with the A above my beneficiary's name.  I assume this is the A number asked for on Page 2, Part 2, Question 4?

 

 

Page 4, Part 3 (continued) question 26.a through 29, is this information for my beneficiary or is this if I have ever filed for anyone else in the past?  I have read mixed things on this.

 

 

Page 4, Question 38:  Some people say to check I Intend, others say to put N/A (and all say to explain with N/A on last page).

 

 

My plan is to do this.  Does this seem acceptable?

Put N/A right below question 38 (leaving both boxes blank).

 

 

Then in the space below question 38, I was going to put

N/A

(K1 Visa Process - Petition for Alien Fiancée and Permanent Residence)

(See Part 7)

 

 

 

And on Page 8, Part 7, I would put:

 

 

3a: Page Number 4,     3b: Part Number 3,     3c: Item Number 38

3d: N/A

K1 Visa Process - Petition for Alien Fiancée and Permanent Residence.

I intend on providing any and all support to my fiancée, as needed, throughout the K-1 Visa process and, once married, for the duration of our marriage.

 

 

 

Thank you very much for help with this.

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