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K1: I-134 Affidavit of Support needs to be approved by the USCIS?

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Hi! I'm really confused about this Affidavit of Support.

Atfirst, I thought my Fiance would just send me the form and the copies of the required evidence. But then I read somewhere that you have to file it, and wait for the USCIS to approve it.

Can someone please guide me with this?

I would appreciate any advice.

Thank you very much!

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Just now, AgiJA said:

Hi! I'm really confused about this Affidavit of Support.

Atfirst, I thought my Fiance would just send me the form and the copies of the required evidence. But then I read somewhere that you have to file it, and wait for the USCIS to approve it.

Can someone please guide me with this?

I would appreciate any advice.

Thank you very much!

USCIS is not involved in the i134 for a k1.  Where did you read this?


YMMV

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7 minutes ago, AgiJA said:

I read somewhere that you have to file it, and wait for the USCIS to approve it.

Ironically it is an USCIS form that you never file directly with USCIS.   It is submitted at the interview at the consulate.


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9 minutes ago, AgiJA said:

Hi there!

Because there is a "Where To File?" section in the USCIS's instructions I thought it has to get approved by them.

Thanks!

I give you credit for reading the instructions,  which is something most people don't do 


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8 hours ago, AgiJA said:

Hi! I'm really confused about this Affidavit of Support.

Atfirst, I thought my Fiance would just send me the form and the copies of the required evidence. But then I read somewhere that you have to file it, and wait for the USCIS to approve it.

Can someone please guide me with this?

I would appreciate any advice.

Thank you very much!

You do not send the I-134 to USCIS.    I-134 is used at the embassy for the interview ONLY.   


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