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Hi all, so I briefly filled out the I-129f form and I was wondering where on this document do I list my parents name as they will be our joint sponsor as I am currently in dental school and earn no income? 

 

is that on another form? 

 

 

also, if anyone had their k1 visa interview in the embassy located in London, any tips? 

Thanks all!

been doing this long distance for almost 6 years, and what makes it even harder is my fiance holds an indian passport, so she got denied a visiting visa twice. Cant wait to get this distance over with :)

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10 minutes ago, toothfixer said:

Hi all, so I briefly filled out the I-129f form and I was wondering where on this document do I list my parents name as they will be our joint sponsor as I am currently in dental school and earn no income? They are not list on the I-129f.

 

is that on another form? Joint sponsor fills out the I-134 as well as the petitioner.

 

 

also, if anyone had their k1 visa interview in the embassy located in London, any tips? Select your flag in your profile and you will be taken to a page with a wealth of information and the answer to your question.

Thanks all!

been doing this long distance for almost 6 years, and what makes it even harder is my fiance holds an indian passport, so she got denied a visiting visa twice. Cant wait to get this distance over with :)

 


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3 minutes ago, toothfixer said:

thank you for the quick response, 

 

for the i-134 form, do I submit this along with the i-129f form? 

 

 

No. The I-134 is taken to the interview along with other required documents by the beneficiary. Here is what will be needed for the interview. Maybe this will help sort out some of your questions. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M92AwztXRnkFw6xwUF0ZlntJ6D4-eK2E/view?usp=sharing

 

I would recommend that you go over to the sub-forum for the UK and introduce yourself as there are many there that can help with specific question once you are done the road with what happens in the UK. http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/99-united-kingdom/ 

 

 


Spoiler

Adjustment of Status

AOS March 5, 2014 Submitted AOS with EAD/AP package to Chicago USICS

Delivered March 8, 2014 AOS packaged delivered to USCIS drop box

Accepted March 19, 2014 Text message with receipt numbers

Biometrics April 16, 2014 Biometrics completed

EAD May 23, 2014 Employment Authorization Document approved and went to card production

TD May 23, 2014 Travel Document approved and went for card production

Receipt EAD/AP May 30, 2014 Received combo card EAD/AP

Green Card Approved July 11, 2014 Approved, no interview. Went to card production.

Green Card received July 17, 2014 GC received without interview

Removal of Conditions

Mailed I-751 Dec 16, 2015 Submitted ROC (removal of conditions)

Received Dec 18, 2015 USPS notification of successful delivery

Check Cashed Dec 21, 2015 Check was cashed

NOA-1 Issued Dec 21, 2015 NOA-1 for ROC issued

NOA-1 Issued Dec 26, 2015 NOA-1 Received

Biometrics Appt. Jan 29, 2016 Biometrics Appointment Scheduled [Completed]

 

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6 minutes ago, Greenbaum said:

No. The I-134 is taken to the interview along with other required documents by the beneficiary. Here is what will be needed for the interview. Maybe this will help sort out some of your questions. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M92AwztXRnkFw6xwUF0ZlntJ6D4-eK2E/view?usp=sharing

 

I would recommend that you go over to the sub-forum for the UK and introduce yourself as there are many there that can help with specific question once you are done the road with what happens in the UK. http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/99-united-kingdom/ 

 

 

thank you so much, will do! 

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1 hour ago, toothfixer said:

Hi all, so I briefly filled out the I-129f form and I was wondering where on this document do I list my parents name as they will be our joint sponsor as I am currently in dental school and earn no income? 

  

 is that on another form? 

 

The first part of the process is for you (petitioner) to qualify to bring a fiancé over to marry. It is done through USCIS (under the Department of Homeland Security). The second part is after your petition is approved and your fiancé (beneficiary) actually applies for a visa. That happens at the embassy in London (under the Department of State.) She won't need financial sponsor documentation until the second part. The form is I-134 and if you have no income, then London will accept an I-134 from ONE of your parents instead of you. 

 

 

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13 hours ago, Wuozopo said:

 

The first part of the process is for you (petitioner) to qualify to bring a fiancé over to marry. It is done through USCIS (under the Department of Homeland Security). The second part is after your petition is approved and your fiancé (beneficiary) actually applies for a visa. That happens at the embassy in London (under the Department of State.) She won't need financial sponsor documentation until the second part. The form is I-134 and if you have no income, then London will accept an I-134 from ONE of your parents instead of you. 

 

 

thank you so much!

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