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Filing Affidavit of Support Q?

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My fiancé is going to be interviewing for her K1 in Ghangzhou. It isn't clear where I "file" the affidavit of support.

 

Is the "filing" just her bringing it to the consulate in Ghangzhou? Does it get filed somewhere else and I have to wait if they approve it and then give her the copies to bring to Ghangzhou? Its not clear to me, thanks for your help!

 

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I was wondering the same as it’s not extremely clear. So essentially my partner needs to complete the forms and send all required evidence to me in the Uk so I can take to my interview?

On 1/21/2019 at 12:59 AM, JFH said:

She takes it with her to the interview where it will be reviewed by the officer who interviews her. 

I was wondering the same as it’s not extremely clear. So essentially my partner needs to complete the forms and send all required evidence to me in the Uk so I can take to my interview?

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1 hour ago, helen83 said:

I was wondering the same as it’s not extremely clear. So essentially my partner needs to complete the forms and send all required evidence to me in the Uk so I can take to my interview?

Yes. And unaltered, legible scanned documents are fine. Your partner doesn't have to mail the forms/documents unless he is unable to scan them. 

 

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5 minutes ago, beloved_dingo said:

Yes. And unaltered, legible scanned documents are fine. Your partner doesn't have to mail the forms/documents unless he is unable to scan them. 

 

You can get more details specific to the UK through the portal: https://www.visajourney.com/portals/index.php?country=United Kingdom

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