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I-134 issue: Sponsor is in College/Uni

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Hi Everyone,

My girlfriend and I are planning on apply for the K1 Visa in a few months time. At the moment we are doing research to find out just how the process works as well as what things/forms we will need to complete.

One problem we came across is in filing I-134 Affidavit of Support. My girlfriend is currently studying full-time in college, and hence has no form of income.

Is there any way to get around this? ... maybe a co-signer (eg: her mother/father). If a co-signer is possible, where exactly on the I-134 form would she put this information?

Thank in advance for any help,

- Shameel and Cassie


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Hi Everyone,

My girlfriend and I are planning on apply for the K1 Visa in a few months time. At the moment we are doing research to find out just how the process works as well as what things/forms we will need to complete.

One problem we came across is in filing I-134 Affidavit of Support. My girlfriend is currently studying full-time in college, and hence has no form of income.

Is there any way to get around this? ... maybe a co-signer (eg: her mother/father). If a co-signer is possible, where exactly on the I-134 form would she put this information?

Thank in advance for any help,

- Shameel and Cassie

to my understanding if youre not above the 125% poverty line you can use a sponser , the sponser will have to complete as you do yours as well , her/his own I 134 and have to be 100% over poverty line dont forget to have it notorized and make 2 copies of everything you going to send , as they might ask for it at the interview


 

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hi cassie and shameel

welcome to the VJ site...take a look at these links might explain the procedure a bit clearer for you..

some tips on affidavit of support

K1 visa guides

poverty guidelines

the australian consulate for a K1 takes the I-134 affidavit of support

the australian has to have a medical...national police check done before the interview..

if you go to the top of this page click on embassey info and then find australia...there is alot of info in there and a link to the sydney consulate website also..

good luck to you and yours..also the link below will take you to the aussie thread on here..heaps of info in there from aussie going through this journey...

LAND DOWNUNDER thread

click on the last post

take care

kath


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