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Old Jul 12th 2001, 7:44 pm
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The instructions for the affidavit of support form (I-134), says that you need to submit one form per person, even though my son is going to be on the form for me anyway.

I am looking to take my son with me when I (assuming I/we get approved) go to the US and my fiancee [the USC] was asking if we need to do seperate affidavit of support forms for both my son as well as for me.

Can anyone who has done this for both a K1 and K2 let me know if we need one or two 134's please?

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Old Jul 12th 2001, 9:28 pm
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Easy way: fill out one form...copy the filled out form...sign both the original and
the copy notarized....voila! You have two forms! That is how i would do it.

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Old Jul 13th 2001, 1:00 am
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You only need one form.

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Old Jul 13th 2001, 3:03 pm
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Brian,

I only supplied one (1) form, which served for both my wife and her son when they were applying for their K-1 and K-2 visas.

Regards, JEff

Originally posted by brianr
The instructions for the affidavit of support form (I-134), says that you need to submit one form per person, even though my son is going to be on the form for me anyway.

I am looking to take my son with me when I (assuming I/we get approved) go to the US and my fiancee [the USC] was asking if we need to do seperate affidavit of support forms for both my son as well as for me.

Can anyone who has done this for both a K1 and K2 let me know if we need one or two 134's please?

Brian.
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Old Jul 16th 2001, 7:10 pm
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Thanks for that guys... one form - nice and easy.
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Old Jul 16th 2001, 7:20 pm
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Originally posted by Alvena Ferreira
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Easy way: fill out one form...copy the filled out form...sign both the original and
the copy notarized....voila! You have two forms! That is how i would do it.

Alvena
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Alvena,

That's what we would do if we needed 2 forms, but I was looking to see if we actually needed to do the forms once for me and again for my son, but others here say that I only need one I-134 for the interview. Is that right?

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