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I-129F question 43 - Have you ever filed form i129f - Previous DCF confusion

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Hello!

 

So when I answered this question, I answered honestly

 

I-129F question 43 - Have you ever filed form i129f for any other beneficiary?  I answered NO. I answered no because I never before did fill out form I-129f and its my first time doing k1 fiancee. Is this correct if I did some years ago DCF process at the foreign country US embassy for a spousal visa which included a I-130 ?   

 

Also When I have to do I-134 later for k1 interview asks:

22a.  I have previously submitted affidavit(s) of support for the following person(s) :   If I am answering honestly the answer is none ?  Because when I did DCF years ago it was my family member who submitted and signed the I-864  and I am nowhere on that AOS.  Correct?

 

Again on the I-134 question 26a.

 

I have submitted a visa petition(s) toU.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on behalf of the following persons. (if none write none) -  Again if answering honestly, I would write none because the DCF process I did years ago for my spouse was done at the consulate / embassy which this process does NOT submit that visa petition to USCIS. 

 

Is this correct?  Kindly thanks!

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36 minutes ago, HulkySun said:

Hello!

 

So when I answered this question, I answered honestly

 

I-129F question 43 - Have you ever filed form i129f for any other beneficiary?  I answered NO. I answered no because I never before did fill out form I-129f and its my first time doing k1 fiancee. Is this correct if I did some years ago DCF process at the foreign country US embassy for a spousal visa which included a I-130 ?   Correct.

 

Also When I have to do I-134 later for k1 interview asks:

22a.  I have previously submitted affidavit(s) of support for the following person(s) :   If I am answering honestly the answer is none ?  Because when I did DCF years ago it was my family member who submitted and signed the I-864  and I am nowhere on that AOS.  Correct?  Are you sure?  Because the petitioner is always the primary sponsor, even if a joint sponsor is used.

 

Again on the I-134 question 26a.

 

I have submitted a visa petition(s) toU.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on behalf of the following persons. (if none write none) -  Again if answering honestly, I would write none because the DCF process I did years ago for my spouse was done at the consulate / embassy which this process does NOT submit that visa petition to USCIS.  Incorrect.  DCF is done through the USCIS offices at embassies.

 

Is this correct?  Kindly thanks!

 

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So I"m bumping this back up as I am waiting for NOA2 any day now for K1 Visa Fiance. I am working on i-134 and I am fully sponsoring her.    Very Confused.

 

My history is: Born in USA and citizen. I lived in Europe as dual resident for 10 years. I am back in USA for 4 years. Before moving back I did DCF DIRECT CONSULATE FILING for my spouse to come with me to USA (remember we both are living abroad). on the forms I did not have employment and did not file any taxes for the last 3 years as I didn't make enough.  My father did the I-864 checking off "I am the only joint sponsor" and Yes to "I am sponsoring the principal immigrant named in part 2.   Then his wife did the I-864a

 

This was for my Ex as we are now divorced for few years.  Since I did not have work, income, taxes back then, I don't remember that I did or didn't put forward I-864? 

 

So my questions are: for I-134

 

1. Based on the above info, am I financially responsible for my ex wife if still living in USA in case she needs, or is my father since they went off his financials /income?

 

2. for the I-134 for my now fiance, what do I put on Part 3 22a ?? Did I previously submit AOS ? and put my Ex Wife here? Even when my father was her full Joint sponsor ?

 

3. for the part 3 section: "I have submitted a visa petition(s) to the US Citizenship and Immigration Services on behalf of the following persons:"  Do I put my ex wife here? and then also my new Fiance?   and if yes... how would I then answer number 38?

 

thank you for any help 

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1.  You did complete the I-864 (along with your father)

 

2.  You did submit AOS previously.  (see #1)

 

3.  You put the EX here.   Your fiancee info is listed in PART 2

 

 

Doesn't really matter how you complete question 38,  you could leave it blank.    You decide.


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