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    TO pash patel: could you please tell me if I use affidavit form I-134 or I-864 for k3/k4 visa at the time of thier first interview abroad. also please tell me what documents do i have to send along. As per the contents of I-134, it talks about non-immigrant visa, which k3/k4 is.....

    Please advise...coz you are the best


    Thank you very much....

    [This message was edited by happygolucky on January 12, 2004 at 11:41 AM.]

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    TO pash patel: could you please tell me if I use affidavit form I-134 or I-864 for k3/k4 visa at the time of thier first interview abroad. also please tell me what documents do i have to send along. As per the contents of I-134, it talks about non-immigrant visa, which k3/k4 is.....

    Please advise...coz you are the best


    Thank you very much....

    [This message was edited by happygolucky on January 12, 2004 at 11:41 AM.]

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      Hi happygolucky...

      Use I – 134 ... this is immigrant visa ...valid up to 2 years after entry in US... and then your spouse will have to apply for removal of condition (I -751) ...herewith I m giving you info on your questions and web source to read everything related to all kinda K visa ... Good luck...Pasha


      4.3)...What type of paperwork does the fiance(e) receive from the Consulate?
      A...Exactly what gets sent will vary depending on the Consulate, but the first packet to arrive will most likely contain the following:
      "¢ DS-2001 (or OF-169 or UK/85) -- This is your main set of instructions. It is also a checklist of items required for the interview.
      "¢ OF-167 -- information sheet about financial responsibility. You may also receive an I-134 Affidavit of Support form.
      "¢ DS-230 or OF-230 Part 1 -- biographical data sheet.
      "¢ DS-156 -- Nonimmigrant visa application form
      "¢ DS-156K -- Nonimmigrant fiance(e) visa application
      "¢ DS-157 -- Supplemental Nonimmigrant Visa Application (for all males between ages of 16 and 45)
      "¢ You may, at this time, receive medical exam information, and a list of required immunizations.
      "¢ DSL-1083 -- An information sheet about police certificates, military records and more.
      In December, 2001, the State Department announced a change in the name of Packets 3 and 4, which were the instructions, forms and appointment information. They are now refered to as "Instruction Package" and "Appointment Package". Some of the forms are renamed slightly as well, so if the exact form numbers are different, just follow the instructions.
      Sometimes, the Consulate may forget to send extra copies of these application forms for the children for whom a K2 visa is intended. If so, contact the Consulate to obtain the forms.



      4.3.1)...What does the fiance(e) do with all these papers?
      A..The process is not exactly the same for all countries, but works generally like this:
      "¢ Read the instructions on the checklist and look over all the forms.
      "¢ Fill out and sign the DS-230 (OF-230) Part 1 biographical data sheet and send it back to the Consulate, one for the fiance(e) and one for each K2 child. This allows the Consulate to begin actual processing of your case.
      "¢ Look over the DS-2001 (or UK/85 or OF-169) checklist, which contains a list of items for you to gather for the interview. It will list items such as (but not limited to):
      o Passport
      o Birth Certificate
      o Divorce decree
      o Police Certificate
      o Photographs
      o Evidence of Support (use the I-134 from the US Citizen)
      o Military Records
      o Any requirements for translations of foreign language documents.
      "¢ When you have gathered all the required items from the OF-169 (or UK/85) checklist, you will sign it and send the checklist to the Consulate. Do NOT send any of the listed items.....keep them for the interview. Hang on to the DS-156 and 156K application forms. Fill them out but do NOT sign them until the interview itself, as the signatures must be witnessed by the Consular official.
      "¢ You will receive an information sheet about financial support (OF-167). The US Citizen NEEDS TO KNOW if the Consulate requires any special documentation with the I-134 (i.e. 3 years of income tax returns instead of just one). The I-134 Affidavit is filled out by the US Citizen when used for K1 visa applications. The US Citizen should send the completed I-134 Affidavit to the fiance(e). Altho the fiance(e) will get an I-134 Affidavit with the OF-167, the US Citizen should already have it completed by this stage. If there are K2 children involved, a separate I-134 affidavit is not required for them, as the K2 children are listed on the I-134 along with the foreign fiance(e).
      Some Consulates (Vancouver and ?) require the submission of a simple form called the "Sponsors Financial Responsibility under the Social Security Act", signed by the US Citizen. This form is apparently not available for download anywhere, but there is a GIF file available at soc_sec1.htm
      This form may also be available on a few personal websites, so ask the group.
      "¢ After the Consulate receives the signed DS-2001 (UK/85 or OF-169) checklist, and the background checks have been completed, they will send out another packet to the fiance(e). This will set the date for the interview, and give information regarding the physical exam, including a list of "approved physicians". Also included will be the OF-157, the medical exam instructions (if not already received with the first packet).
      This info will be sent out anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks prior to the interview. Waiting for the interview date is usually the most "stressful" time for the fiance(e).
      "¢ The "timing" of the medical exam varies, depending on the Consulate. Refer questions regarding the medical to the newsgroup.

      Web source ---

      http://www.visajourney.com/faq/k1faq.htm#step%204

      http://www.visajourney.com/faq/k1faq.htm#4.3

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        THANKYOU VERY MUCH...APPRECIATE IT

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