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My fiance's interview is scheduled to take place in 2 weeks and I recently lost my job. I had already sent all the documents for the AOS to my fiance before losing my job, but since they don't hold true anymore, we don't want to use them. I have been interviewing but still no new job in sight yet and I'm trying to figure out what to do in case I don't get a job before the interview. My mom has offered to co-sponsor my fiance and my research on co-sponsors in inconclusive: some websites say that co-sponsors are allowed for fiance visas and others say they're not allowed. Can anyone tell me if they'd had experiences using co-sponsors for k-1 fiance visas? If so, what form does the co-sponsor fill out and what documents do they submit? 

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2 minutes ago, dye said:

My fiance's interview is scheduled to take place in 2 weeks and I recently lost my job. I had already sent all the documents for the AOS to my fiance before losing my job, but since they don't hold true anymore, we don't want to use them. I have been interviewing but still no new job in sight yet and I'm trying to figure out what to do in case I don't get a job before the interview. My mom has offered to co-sponsor my fiance and my research on co-sponsors in inconclusive: some websites say that co-sponsors are allowed for fiance visas and others say they're not allowed. Can anyone tell me if they'd had experiences using co-sponsors for k-1 fiance visas? If so, what form does the co-sponsor fill out and what documents do they submit? 

Co-sponsors are allowed for the K-1.  You will be the primary sponsor, and your mom the co-sponsor.  You both will fill in the I-134 for the consular interview, and the I-864 for AOS (if it comes to that), along with submitting supporting documentation, such as tax transcripts.

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13 minutes ago, dye said:

My fiance's interview is scheduled to take place in 2 weeks and I recently lost my job. I had already sent all the documents for the AOS to my fiance before losing my job, but since they don't hold true anymore, we don't want to use them. I have been interviewing but still no new job in sight yet and I'm trying to figure out what to do in case I don't get a job before the interview. My mom has offered to co-sponsor my fiance and my research on co-sponsors in inconclusive: some websites say that co-sponsors are allowed for fiance visas and others say they're not allowed. Can anyone tell me if they'd had experiences using co-sponsors for k-1 fiance visas? If so, what form does the co-sponsor fill out and what documents do they submit? 

It depends on the embassy. 

 

Some embassies do accept co-sponsors and some don’t.

 

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Where is the interviewing embassy/consulate? Some embassies can be selective as to whether they will allow a co-sponsor. The biggest one in this category is likely the Philippines. Hence my question.

 

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