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  1. My Fiance (Petitioner) has been in Canada with me and has overstayed. We are filing from here and using his address in the states (parents house, the only other place he's lived).

    Can we use his address (US) for both filing and place of residence (since he's overstayed, this isn't his technical address).

    Also - We have a 6mo old together, do I put her on the application as well or is that section on the I-129F only for children from previous relationships?

  2. Hi all,

    For 34.a I'm a bit confused on how to go upon answering this. I know the requirement is that you've met within the last 2 years. My fiancee (US citizen) has been in Canada for a while and unfortunately has overstayed.

    Would this be a problem for our application? (His Dad will be co-sponsering for income requirements) - how would I go upon explaining that the reason we've met in the past 2 years is because he's currently living with me in Canada? Would a letter from my landlord stating that he acknowledges that my fiancee is staying with me be sufficient proof?

    Also - we recently welcomed our babygirl and she is 6mo old. Would we put her on the application? The application seems as if it would only be for children that I've had from previous relationships. However, she is my Fiancee's daughter.

    Thanks in advance.

  3. Hi all,

    For 34.a I'm a bit confused on how to go upon answering this. I know the requirement is that you've met within the last 2 years. My fiancee (US citizen) has been in Canada for a while and unfortunately has overstayed.

    Would this be a problem for our application? (His Dad will be co-sponsering for income requirements) - how would I go upon explaining that the reason we've met in the past 2 years is because he's currently living with me in Canada? Would a letter from my landlord stating that he acknowledges that my fiancee is staying with me be sufficient proof?

    Also - we recently welcomed our babygirl and she is 6mo old. Would we put her on the application? The application seems as if it would only be for children that I've had from previous relationships. However, she is my Fiancee's daughter.

    Thanks in advance.

  4. 1) You need a long form photocopy, or photocopies of all pages of the USC's passport.

    2) Not having had previous sources of income is usually not a problem, but if he is still residing in Canada, that might possibly be an issue. The K1 visa is for people who plan on residing in the US. He might need to show proof of residency, as well as current income (with letter from employer and recent pay stubs).

    Thanks for your reply. We are planning on living with his parents, which has always been his address. Long story short, he has overstayed in Canada. His actual address is still in the states. I was informed on here that we could apply using his parents as his address as it's always been his place of residency.

  5. We are starting to get everything together for our I-129. I have a few questions.

    1. For the USC birth certificate. Is the one you typically would have enough? I don't believe it has his parents name or anything, therefore it's not long form, is this enough for the petition? Photocopy?

    2. Do we send off anything for our cosponsor right now or is that later? Our issue is, my fiancé is currently in Canada right now and has no income in the states (long story) he has never had an income in the states as he is 22 and has been here for a while. His dad will be cosponsoring and makes more than enough. Will my fiancés lack of income be an issue? What would we put when it asks where he's worked recently?

  6. Hi everyone,

    I've lurked these forums for a while and finally registered as we are now getting prepared to apply for the k1 visa. I'll give a brief backround and then ask my questions.

    My fiancée and I met 6 years ago online, met in person for the first time in 2010. I live in Ontario, Canada and he's from New Jersey. He has been in Canada for a while now. We just recently welcomed out beautiful babygirl into this world, 9 weeks ago...yikes, they grow so fast! I am sincerely overwhelmed and confused by this whole process, I have read the guides and I'm still at a loss.

    Questions.

    1. Where do we start?! What exact forms need to be filled out and what is the process? I see people talking about noa1 and noa2 and I'm confused as to where that all comes from.

    2. Does anyone know if my daughter needs to be included in the application or did she acquire status at birth since my fiancée is a citizen? We obviously we're not married at the time of her birth.

    3. Unfortunately, my fiancée has overstayed in Canada, will this affect our application?

    4. We were planning on sending all of our paperwork to his parents and then they will send it off to the appropriate place for us, instead of doing abroad, from what I've read this is allowed, please confirm. In addition to this question, are we able to put his parents address for my fiancées address? This is where we plan to stay.

    5. My fiancées father will be the cosponser, is there anything he needs to fill out for the k1 process or does that come later when we would adjust status?

    I have a million more questions but I guess I'll start with these. I've read that you don't need a lawyer unless you have complications, ours would me him overstaying here, but that Is it. I'm hoping to get all the help I need from you wonderful people. Sorry in advance for the extremely long post and any typos, iPad autocorrect is horrible.

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