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hello i have a few questions i am now in process of filling out a I-601 for my fiance. of course she is not with me in the united states and cannot sign. will me being listed as the preparer and signer. satisfy the requirements? and not get rejected. i just want to make sure that wont be a problem since she cannot sign.

 

i have already had the interview for my K1 which is now on hold while we submit and wait for the waiver. are all 601 waivers treated the same or are all of them processed the exact same ways i seen 11-14 months wait times :(

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Sounds like you are the beneficiary, the waiver package is submitted by the petitioner.


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11 minutes ago, Boiler said:

Sounds like you are the beneficiary, the waiver package is submitted by the petitioner.

sorry if i didn't clarify i am the petitioner in the united states. my fiance is in Mexico at this time.

will me being listed as the preparer and signer. satisfy the requirements?  because i wouldn't be considered the applicant would i? which is the confusing part because the waiver would be technically for her correct? the beneficiary? the applicant?

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You are the applicant it is because of you that a waiver can be submitted.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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1 minute ago, Boiler said:

You are the applicant it is because of you that a waiver can be submitted.

so in part one "about you". i have to put my name? because it asks about dates of entry and reasons for inadmissibility etc. and qualifying relatives. why would i fill out a waiver for myself when i am the qualifying relative?  she is the applicant asking for forgiveness waiver i am the k1 qualifying relative. i have a hard time understanding that. no offense

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The form is mainly about the beneficiary, the pack, the meat of the issue is about the petitioner.

 

I think I misunderstood, apologies.


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1 minute ago, Boiler said:

The form is mainly about the beneficiary, the pack, the meat of the issue is about the petitioner.

 

I think I misunderstood, apologies.

no worries. so back to the original question since she cant sign on the application i would be considered the preparer and sign and date? or am i automatically the applicant since i am the qualifying relative/spouse? thats the part thats confusing

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http://www.scottimmigration.net/content/i601memo

 

There used to be a good self help forum  Now defunct. The form itself you would be the preparer.

 

The link above may help you prepare the waiver, the packet, people do DIY but is usually considered not an easy task.

 

 


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4 minutes ago, Boiler said:

http://www.scottimmigration.net/content/i601memo

 

There used to be a good self help forum  Now defunct. The form itself you would be the preparer.

 

The link above may help you prepare the waiver, the packet, people do DIY but is usually considered not an easy task.

 

 

Thanks for the reassurance. The task at hand is pretty simple I have all my hardships and documentation’s in order just have to put it into writing . The 601 is pretty straight forward. I just wasn’t sure about being solely the preparer since the k1 I was the primary applicant. The last thing I need is to send this in and be rejected or delayed 

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On 3/25/2019 at 5:01 PM, Boiler said:

http://www.scottimmigration.net/content/i601memo

 

There used to be a good self help forum  Now defunct. The form itself you would be the preparer.

 

The link above may help you prepare the waiver, the packet, people do DIY but is usually considered not an easy task.

 

 

do you know anything about the "discretion" portion of the application. its conflicting. does it coincide with the hardship letteR?

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Hardship package

 

Otherwise not sure what you mean, waivers are discretionary.


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Just now, Boiler said:

Hardship package

 

Otherwise not sure what you mean, waivers are discretionary.

there is a spot on page 7 of the I-601 that says statement from applicant. (Discretion) in the space provided below, explain why you believe your application should be approved as a matter of discretion with the favorable outweighing the unfavorable factors in your case.. this seems Little silly to me. i guess hardship portion is not enough?

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A statement by the benficiary, basically saying they are sorry etc etc, always thought that was a bit weird. Should be included.


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23 hours ago, Boiler said:

A statement by the beneficiary, basically saying they are sorry etc etc, always thought that was a bit weird. Should be included.

so i am just about finished and getting all documents in order and properly noted before mailing. now i am getting conflicting information again about applicants signature. since my fiance the beneficiary is in Mexico she cant sign the paper which some are saying it is required even though i am the "preparer" is this going to get rejected?

Edited by Beppe_7

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I have one other question if someone may answer. when my fiancé was denied at the interview and received the blue paper with the fraud/misrep. form I-601 is checked off. but nothing about I-212. if its not listed its doesn't need to be filed along with I-601 correct?

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