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Hello friends, does anyone know when do we need to send out the affidavit of support?? The USCI just received my REF packet. And now waiting for decision.. should I send them affidavit of support? Or wait until they request it?

I was told my fiancé needs to bring it to his interview in Guyana, but I am not sure if that is correct..

thanks 

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9 minutes ago, Yuny said:

Hello friends, does anyone know when do we need to send out the affidavit of support?? The USCI just received my REF packet. And now waiting for decision.. should I send them affidavit of support? Or wait until they request it?

I was told my fiancé needs to bring it to his interview in Guyana, but I am not sure if that is correct..

thanks 

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The I-134, Affidavit of Support, is for the K-1 Visa Interview at the U.S. Embassy. You send it to your fiancé not to the USCIS.

 

I think that you are confusing the I-134 with the I-864, Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of the INA. The I-864 is sent to the USCIS but that is for the Adjustment of Status (AOS).

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23 minutes ago, Yuny said:

Hello friends, does anyone know when do we need to send out the affidavit of support?? The USCI just received my REF packet. And now waiting for decision.. should I send them affidavit of support? Or wait until they request it?

I was told my fiancé needs to bring it to his interview in Guyana, but I am not sure if that is correct..

thanks 

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