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Hello everyone,

So I have a question.

I am a US citizen, petitioned my fiance(Mexico).

Petition was approved. I am 19 and my parents still claim me on their taxes, because I do not work. I am confused about filling out I-134 form. Do I fill one myself? Or have my both my parents fill one out??? Please help me out!!!!! Thank you.

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You fill one out, and your co-sponsor will fill one out. Make copies for your records, and sign them all. Send a copy with a wet (not photocopied) signature to your beneficiary. Since you’re the petitioner, you MUST fill out an I-134 yourself.


K-1

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Mailed I-129F:   5 September, 2017

Received:  8 September, 2017
I-129F NOA1:    11 September, 2017

I-129F NOA2:     8 March, 2018

NVC Received:  20 March, 2018

NVC # Assigned: 22 March, 2018

Consulate Rec'd:  28 March, 2018

Medical:   24 April, 2018

Interview:   8 May, 2018

Visa on Hand:   21 May, 2018

POE:   8 June, 2018 (Manchester > Boston > Pittsburgh)

Legal Marriage:    27 June, 2018

Traditional Wedding: 7 October, 2018

 

 

AOS/EAD

Mailed Packet:   8 September, 2018

NOA1:  13 September, 2018

Biometrics: 19 October, 2018

EAD Approval:   5 February, 2019

Interview: 4 March, 2019

 

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50 minutes ago, _kay said:

@Madeline & MattThank you very much!!!

So I should submit a separate I-134 for both of my parents? Correct?

You’re welcome!

 

You’re correct that you submit a separate form for each sponsor.

 

Basically, what you submit depends on your circumstances. If you need both parents’ income to meet poverty guidelines, each parent and yourself will fill out the I-134. Personally, I just used my mother as a co-sponsor for the K-1. The I-134 doesn’t hold as much weight for immigration because you will later submit the I-864 form later during adjustment.


K-1

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Mailed I-129F:   5 September, 2017

Received:  8 September, 2017
I-129F NOA1:    11 September, 2017

I-129F NOA2:     8 March, 2018

NVC Received:  20 March, 2018

NVC # Assigned: 22 March, 2018

Consulate Rec'd:  28 March, 2018

Medical:   24 April, 2018

Interview:   8 May, 2018

Visa on Hand:   21 May, 2018

POE:   8 June, 2018 (Manchester > Boston > Pittsburgh)

Legal Marriage:    27 June, 2018

Traditional Wedding: 7 October, 2018

 

 

AOS/EAD

Mailed Packet:   8 September, 2018

NOA1:  13 September, 2018

Biometrics: 19 October, 2018

EAD Approval:   5 February, 2019

Interview: 4 March, 2019

 

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3 hours ago, Madeline & Matt said:

You’re welcome!

 

You’re correct that you submit a separate form for each sponsor.

 

Basically, what you submit depends on your circumstances. If you need both parents’ income to meet poverty guidelines, each parent and yourself will fill out the I-134. Personally, I just used my mother as a co-sponsor for the K-1. The I-134 doesn’t hold as much weight for immigration because you will later submit the I-864 form later during adjustment.

Thank you very much!! This really helped me out! Thanks again!!

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On 3/11/2019 at 11:46 AM, _kay said:

Thank you very much!! This really helped me out! Thanks again!!

@Madeline & Matt Im sorry. Quick question

Im kinda confused. My parents file taxes together, Im only using 1 parent. Would I have to fill out a form for each? Because Ill be attaching their taxes and they file jointly. Will that matter at all? Or I just fill out one I-134 for the parent im using.

 

TIA.

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22 hours ago, _kay said:

@Madeline & Matt Im sorry. Quick question

Im kinda confused. My parents file taxes together, Im only using 1 parent. Would I have to fill out a form for each? Because Ill be attaching their taxes and they file jointly. Will that matter at all? Or I just fill out one I-134 for the parent im using.

 

TIA.

Just one form for one parent! :) 


K-1

Spoiler

 

Mailed I-129F:   5 September, 2017

Received:  8 September, 2017
I-129F NOA1:    11 September, 2017

I-129F NOA2:     8 March, 2018

NVC Received:  20 March, 2018

NVC # Assigned: 22 March, 2018

Consulate Rec'd:  28 March, 2018

Medical:   24 April, 2018

Interview:   8 May, 2018

Visa on Hand:   21 May, 2018

POE:   8 June, 2018 (Manchester > Boston > Pittsburgh)

Legal Marriage:    27 June, 2018

Traditional Wedding: 7 October, 2018

 

 

AOS/EAD

Mailed Packet:   8 September, 2018

NOA1:  13 September, 2018

Biometrics: 19 October, 2018

EAD Approval:   5 February, 2019

Interview: 4 March, 2019

 

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