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In the interview, when asked for i134, should i give them both or just co sponsors?

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Hello, we are using a joint sponsor (my fiancees sister) just to be safe, as my fiance has only been at her current job since april. 

Both earn over the minimum required, however the joint sponsor has been at her job for over a year and earns considerably more than the minimum and is therefore arguably a better sponsor. 

I was wondering, when they ask for the i134 at the interview, should i hand them both over and say we are using a joint sponsor, or just hand my fiancees and see what they say, then if required, give the joint sponsors as well?

 

 

 

 

 

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London has a big plus for K1's in allowing you to self sponsor.


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