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About mkg265

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  • Birthday 12/22/1986
  • Member # 52134

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    New York
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    New York

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    K-3 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Vermont Service Center
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  • Our Story
    I meet my husband when I was studying abroad and he was working as a construction worker in Florence, Italy. We spent five months together then I went back to the US... I lasted a whole two months before I went back to Italy for August to spend with him. Then I went back in December and January and we got engaged. Then in May he returned to Albania, I traveled to Albania, and we married on June 2nd, 2008.

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  1. So my husband's niece wants to visit the United States with her new husband for Easter. All involved are Albanian by birth (except me!). Niece and husband live in London and she has an Italian passport (since she lived there for over 20 years) and new husband has an Albanian passport with a work visa for the UK. I just did the visas for my in-laws and I only had to fill out DS-160s for them on the internet and they got their visas quickly from Albania (I understand their ties are strong since they own their own home and are in their 70's and 80's). My husband's sister (my sister-in-law) says I need to fill out a I-134 (affidavit of support) for the new husband to come over. I didn't do this for my in-laws and I really don't want my social security number floating around on some random paperwork. Shouldn't he apply for a non-immigrant visa via an DS-160 first then see if they ask for an affidavit of support? Would someone need it before they applied for a visa? I'm confused about when the affidavit of support comes into play. Thank you!