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4 minutes ago, EliAnon said:

I have a few clarifying questions, your help would be appreciated.

 

On the I 134, do I rewrite my fiancees name in #26a - 27? And then do the same for her daughter for #30a - 33?

 

Also, am I obligated to answer questions #7a - 9d?

What part?

 

Part 3. 26a to 27.  Yes

Part 3. 30a to 33. No because the child is a derivative of mom's petition. 

 

Part 3. 7a to 9d.  Not obligated 


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2 hours ago, EliAnon said:

I have a few clarifying questions, your help would be appreciated.

 

On the I 134, do I rewrite my fiancees name in #26a - 27? And then do the same for her daughter for #30a - 33?

 

Also, am I obligated to answer questions #7a - 9d?

None for 26a-27   and ignore the additional question relating to that section.

 

Asset information is not needed, only your GROSS annual income is needed by the embassy.


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2 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

None for 26a-27   and ignore the additional question relating to that section.

 

Asset information is not needed, only your GROSS annual income is needed by the embassy.

Alright, so I will erase the answers I put on 26a-27.

 

If you have time, why do I need to do that if it is asking specifically about immigration?

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1 minute ago, EliAnon said:

Alright, so I will erase the answers I put on 26a-27.

 

If you have time, why do I need to do that if it is asking specifically about immigration?

I disagree with Hank.  Have you submitted a visa petition to the USCIS?  


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10 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

None for 26a-27   and ignore the additional question relating to that section.

 

Asset information is not needed, only your GROSS annual income is needed by the embassy.

I guess then the I-129F is not a petition then


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3 minutes ago, payxibka said:

I guess then the I-129F is not a petition then

 

11 minutes ago, EliAnon said:

Alright, so I will erase the answers I put on 26a-27.

 

If you have time, why do I need to do that if it is asking specifically about immigration?

I did submit the petition here in the US. The petition from what I understand includes the 129f.

 

That's why I am asking the question too, knowledge is good ;)

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10 minutes ago, EliAnon said:

Alright, so I will erase the answers I put on 26a-27.

 

If you have time, why do I need to do that if it is asking specifically about immigration?

You listed your fiancee and her child earlier.       Do you have additional petitions filed?

 

 


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Just now, EliAnon said:

I do not, just the K1

That is why write none


Hank

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3 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

That is why write none

The earlier part is referring to a Sponsor/Beneficiary relationship which is different than the latter section that is asking about a Petitioner/Beneficiary relationship 

 

In the end I think it is inconsequential question/answer


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