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K-1 Visa Sponsor and co-sponsor for I-134

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As advised, we have decided to submit Form I-134 as co-sponsor for my stepdaughter in her K-1 Visa application. Since my wife and I file jointly, do we have to submit 2 different forms I-134, or would my wife's I-134 will suffice? My income derives from Social Security retirement benefits.  My wife is a nurse employed at a Nursing Home and Center and has W-2 forms and salary stubs.  As I explained above, we file a joint return. My stepdaughter will also file form I-134 as principal sponsor.


bolin 786

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No harm in you each completing the I-134.    Embassy is only interested in gross income, not assets and such so you can ignore those parts of the I-134.


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