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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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guys I'm almost sending my initial package but I have some doubts can someone help me pls... if we send the initial package i-129f through a binder we can be denied?? another question is at the time of my interview here in my country, what documents do I take to proof the financial support since my fiance is self-employed and I'm a little confused about the documents..
 

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33 minutes ago, Luciana Sarah M said:
guys I'm almost sending my initial package but I have some doubts can someone help me pls... if we send the initial package i-129f through a binder we can be denied?? another question is at the time of my interview here in my country, what documents do I take to proof the financial support since my fiance is self-employed and I'm a little confused about the documents..
 

First Question, I do not believe you will be denied unless USCIS has changed the rules, 11 yrs ago i sent my i-129f in and had it in a 3 ring binder with divider tabs stating what each one was, as far as for financial support you will need to show some type of money earning for the year (maybe more yrs) like a tax return i do believe.


 
 
 
 

3/16/2009- met through mutual friend
3/16/2009- 1/17/2010 chatted everyday using yahoo messenger and skype
1/18/2010- flew to meet and proposed (stayed for two weeks)
2/23/2010- mailed I-129F overnight
2/25/2010- checked cashed
3/03/2010- received NOA1 Hard copy (dated 2/25/2010)
5/20/2010- I-129F Petition approved
5/25/2010- Received NOA 2 in mail
7/12/2010- Medical( chest xray found white lines)
7/12/2010-7/14/2010- sputum test (for smear test)
7/16/2010- smear test neg ( 8 week wait time)
9/13/2010- call st lukes
9/14/2010- return to st Lukes get result's
9/15/2010- return to st Lukes for immunization's
9/15/2010- medical passed
10/4/2010- Embassy Interview (Passed)
10/8/2010- Visa received
11/12/2010- arrived at POE ( Atlanta Georgia )
2/12/2013- Filed AOS

3/18/2013- Biometric

7/26/2013 Aos petiton approved

8/3/2013- received ( Perminent Resident Green Card 10 yr)

12/5/2016- Mailed N-400

12/7/2016- N-400 Received

12/07/2013-NOA

12/12/2016- Check Cashed

1/12/2017- Biometric appt

1/30/2017- Case inline for scheduling interview

6/23/2018- Received interview letter

7/23/2018- interview date , passed, Recommend for approval 

8/4/2018- case status changed to oath letter mailed

8/8/2018- Received oath letter

8/21/2018- Oath Ceremony


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Hard to Get and Hard to Hold
When you Get it Hold it Tight
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1 hour ago, Luciana Sarah M said:
guys I'm almost sending my initial package but I have some doubts can someone help me pls... if we send the initial package i-129f through a binder we can be denied?? another question is at the time of my interview here in my country, what documents do I take to proof the financial support since my fiance is self-employed and I'm a little confused about the documents..
 

Per USCIS, I would not use a binder.  I would highly recommend that you also read the instructions for the I-34 and instructions from your consulate.

 

https://www.uscis.gov/forms/filing-guidance/form-filing-tips

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: New Zealand
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On 2/12/2021 at 2:14 PM, Luciana Sarah M said:
guys I'm almost sending my initial package but I have some doubts can someone help me pls... if we send the initial package i-129f through a binder we can be denied?? another question is at the time of my interview here in my country, what documents do I take to proof the financial support since my fiance is self-employed and I'm a little confused about the documents..
 

Why isn't the petitioner submitting the petition?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India
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You do not need a binder. We submitted recently and simply used post it tabs with information that broke up sections. You also have to number the pages so you can include like an outline that says on which page they will find something. I then just used a giant paperclip to hold the papers in place to put in the envelope. 

 

Also, the only person who needs to show the financial documents will be the US citizen. The non-US citizen (beneficiary), will not need to show that they can financially support the couple 

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