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    Will it be a problem if I do not have a 1040 or any other proof of income?
    Can I show proof of assets instead? If so, how much value would be required?

  • #2
    Affidavit of support for fiance visa

    Ben Tohelanbac>>Will it be a problem if I do not have a 1040 or any other proof
    of income?
    Can I show proof of assets instead? If so, how much value would be required?

    Annie>> I only had 1 years tax return and W-2, pay stubs for the subsidies I
    get for adopting handicapped kids (non taxable) and my fiance did not get his
    visa. My non taxable income WAS sufficient, but they did not take it into
    consideration
    I have no 'assets' like homes or fancy boats or cars, which I could
    'liquidate' so as to assure my fiance would not become a public charge..
    We plan on marrying this Summer and see what to do next.

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    • #3
      Affidavit of support for fiance visa

      Ben Tohelanbac wrote:
      Will it be a problem if I do not have a 1040 or any other proof of income? Can I show proof of assets instead? If so, how much value would be required?
      If you have sufficient income to sponsor a fiance, then you should have
      1040's. There are 2 times when you have to provide proof of income.
      One of these is at the visa interview, the other will be when she goes
      to her ajdustment of status interview. The visa interview for K-1
      usually requires some proof of income. The proof required can vary by
      location. Not all of them even require filing I-134. You need to find
      out what the consular staff in your fiance's country require.

      You will generally need rax returns for the I-864.

      Why do you not have 1040's?

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      • #4
        Affidavit of support for fiance visa


        Originally posted by Ben Tohelanbac
        Will it be a
        problem if I do not have a 1040 or any other proof of income?
        Can I
        show proof of assets instead? If so, how much value would be required?



        what embassy are you dealing with?


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        • #5
          Affidavit of support for fiance visa

          My 1040s were in the red in the past couple of years due to a business failure.
          Now like many others I find myself in a depressed economy and probably have to
          settle for a low hourly wage job. My future wife is in Mexico. The
          consulate is in Juarez. We are ready to be together very soon and get married.
          We hope all this immigration mess will be over soon so she can get her visa
          and we can get on with our lives. Just how picky will the consulate be
          about this affidavit of support? I heard by more than one source that as an
          alternative I would be able to provide proof of ownership of any savings and
          assets and it would work. I am not sure how true this is at that consulate.
          My question was never answered about this.
          Actually, I find this great concern over a sponors income to be discrimination.
          If my fiancee was already a US citizen, I could be a broke, unemployed bum
          living under a bridge and we be able to get married with no problem. If all of
          this nonsense was eliminated from the immigration process, we would not have
          such ridiculous backlogs. Furthermore, a simple background check will find
          that my future wife is a very intelligent person and far from being a
          liability. She is able and wants to work when she comes to the US.

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          • #6
            Affidavit of support for fiance visa

            Ben Tohelanbac wrote:
            My 1040s were in the red in the past couple of years due to a business failure. Now like many others I find myself in a depressed economy and probably have to settle for a low hourly wage job.
            Being in the red is not the same as not having them. Your prewious post
            seemd to ask what if you didn't have them.

            My future wife is in Mexico. The
            consulate is in Juarez. We are ready to be together very soon and get married. We hope all this immigration mess will be over soon so she can get her visa and we can get on with our lives. Just how picky will the consulate be about this affidavit of support?
            Fairly picky if you don't have an income or substantial assests.

            I heard by more than one source that as an
            alternative I would be able to provide proof of ownership of any savings and assets and it would work. I am not sure how true this is at that consulate. My question was never answered about this. Actually, I find this great concern over a sponors income to be discrimination. If my fiancee was already a US citizen, I could be a broke, unemployed bum living under a bridge and we be able to get married with no problem.
            While it might be a form of discrimnation, it is not discrimination
            against a protect class. The same kind of argument could be made for a
            condo complex not wanting a child molestor to live with them. That is
            discrimination, but not discrimination against a protected class. Poor
            people can legally be prevented from sponsoring an immigrant, and condo
            associations can generally block child molesters from moving in.

            No one is stopping you from marrying her. The goal here is for the
            sponsor to prove the immigrant will not be a burden on US taxpayers.

            If all of
            this nonsense was eliminated from the immigration process, we would not have such ridiculous backlogs. Furthermore, a simple background check will find that my future wife is a very intelligent person and far from being a liability. She is able and wants to work when she comes to the US.
            We all have views on what we want the immigration process to be.
            I don't think setting the minimum income required at 125 percent of
            poverty level is too high.
            However, this doesn't help you now. You either have to put up with the
            current process or suffer the consequences.

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            • #7
              Affidavit of support for fiance visa

              Ben Tohelanbac <[email protected]> wrote:
              My 1040s were in the red in the past couple of years due to a business failure.
              As I understand it (and I hope I understand correctly), they aren't
              concerned about whether you owe taxes or not, or made more than you
              spent -- they are interested that your *income* is sufficient to show
              that you *could* have supported her.

              --
              J. Moreno

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              • #8
                Affidavit of support for fiance visa

                As I understand it (and I hope I understand correctly), they aren't
                concerned about whether you owe taxes or not, or made more than you
                spent -- they are interested that your *income* is sufficient to show
                that you *could* have supported her.

                --
                J. Moreno

                Annie>> And while that is true, my fiance was denied his visa on the basis of
                my not having a *job* though I showed proof of income which is at least the
                125% poverty level. All non taxable, and they refused to accept it at all. They
                even demanded my fiance's assets, and that is not a requirement of the I-134 on
                a K-1.
                Sadly, the Embassies can do pretty much as they please, deny or approve at a
                whim. Nothing is standardised and it seems that some make up extra rules as
                they go along.

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                • #9
                  Affidavit of support for fiance visa

                  [email protected] (Ben Tohelanbac) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
                  Will it be a problem if I do not have a 1040 or any other proof of income? Can I show proof of assets instead? If so, how much value would be required?
                  For a non-immigrant scenario, like a K visa, using the I-134 the
                  requirement for current income is 100% of poverty level:

                  2004 HHS Poverty Guidelines
                  Size of Family 48 Contiguous States
                  1 $9,310
                  2 12,490
                  3 15,670
                  4 18,850
                  5 22,030
                  6 25,210
                  7 28,390
                  8 31,570
                  For each additional person, add
                  3,180

                  Liquid assets may be substituted at a ratio of 5 to 1. Real estate is
                  not a liquid asset.

                  It is not unreasonable not to allow you to sponsor someone to whom you
                  are not related and who you cannot support. We're talking a $6/hour
                  job here.

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                  • #10
                    Affidavit of support for fiance visa

                    [email protected] (Ben Tohelanbac) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
                    My 1040s were in the red in the past couple of years due to a business failure. Now like many others I find myself in a depressed economy and probably have to settle for a low hourly wage job. My future wife is in Mexico. The consulate is in Juarez. We are ready to be together very soon and get married. We hope all this immigration mess will be over soon so she can get her visa and we can get on with our lives. Just how picky will the consulate be about this affidavit of support? I heard by more than one source that as an alternative I would be able to provide proof of ownership of any savings and assets and it would work. I am not sure how true this is at that consulate. My question was never answered about this. Actually, I find this great concern over a sponors income to be discrimination. If my fiancee was already a US citizen, I could be a broke, unemployed bum living under a bridge and we be able to get married with no problem. If all of this nonsense was eliminated from the immigration process, we would not have such ridiculous backlogs. Furthermore, a simple background check will find that my future wife is a very intelligent person and far from being a liability. She is able and wants to work when she comes to the US.
                    For non-immigrant scenarios, like K visas, using the I-134, the
                    requirement for current income is 100% of poverty level

                    2004 HHS Poverty Guidelines
                    Size of Family 48 Contiguous States
                    1 $9,310
                    2 12,490
                    3 15,670
                    4 18,850
                    5 22,030
                    6 25,210
                    7 28,390
                    8 31,570
                    For each additional person, add
                    3,180

                    Liquid assets may be substituted at a ration of $5 to $1. Real estate
                    is not a liquid asset.

                    It is not unreasonable not to allow you to sponsor someone to whom you
                    are not related and who you cannot support. We are talking a $6/ hour
                    job here.

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                    • #11
                      Affidavit of support for fiance visa -burden on taxpayers . really?

                      I wonder if that would make a dent in the $160 BILLION plus that the US gov
                      dumped off to barbaric Iraq and Afghanistan. Or threaten the millions that
                      would be spent to have some astronauts inhabit the moon and mars. We surely
                      must not jeopardize that type of spending just to help some help our own
                      citizens.

                      I am humored by this burden concern when the US government has an endless
                      supply of money. yes .. ENDLESS ! This interesting site explains the point.
                      http://www.toptips.com/debtclock.html
                      These figures have been running the same direction long before you were born
                      and will continue to do so long time after you are dead.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Affidavit of support for fiance visa


                        Originally posted by Ben Tohelanbac
                        Will it be a
                        problem if I do not have a 1040 or any other proof of income?
                        Can I
                        show proof of assets instead? If so, how much value would be required?



                        Sec. 213A. (a) Enforceability.-


                        (1) Terms of affidavit.-
                        No affidavit of support may be accepted by the Attorney General or by
                        any consular officer to establish that an alien is not excludable as a
                        public charge under section 212(a)(4) unless such affidavit is executed
                        by a sponsor of the alien as a contract-



                        (A) in which the sponsor
                        agrees to provide support to maintain the sponsored alien at an annual
                        income that is not less than 125 percent of the Federal poverty line
                        during the period in which the affidavit is enforceable;


                        (B) that is
                        legally enforceable against the sponsor by the sponsored alien, the
                        Federal Government, any State (or any political subdivision of such
                        State) or by any other entity that provides any means-tested public
                        benefit (as defined in subsection (e)), consistent with the provisions
                        of this section; and


                        (C) in which the sponsor agrees to submit to
                        the jurisdiction of any Federal or State court for the purpose of
                        actions brought under subsection (b)(2).


                        (2) Period of enforceability.-
                        An affidavit of support shall be enforceable with respect to benefits
                        provided for an alien before the date the alien is naturalized as a
                        citizen of the United States, or, if earlier, the termination date
                        provided under paragraph (3).


                        (3) Termination of period of
                        enforceability upon completion of required period of employment, etc.-



                        (A) In general.-An affidavit of support is not enforceable after
                        such time as the alien (i) has worked 40 qualifying quarters of coverage
                        as defined under title II of the Social Security Act or can be credited
                        with such qualifying quarters as provided under subparagraph (B), and
                        (ii) in the case of any such qualifying quarter creditable for any
                        period beginning after December 31, 1996, did not receive any Federal
                        means-tested public benefit (as provided under section 403 of the
                        Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996)
                        during any such period.


                        (B) Qualifying quarters.-For purposes of
                        this section, in determining the number of qualifying quarters of
                        coverage under title II of the Social Security Act an alien shall be
                        credited with-


                        (i) all of the qualifying quarters of coverage as
                        defined under title II of the Social Security Act worked by a parent of
                        such alien while the alien was under age 18, and


                        (ii) all of the
                        qualifying quarters worked by a spouse of such alien during their
                        marriage and the alien remains married to such spouse or such spouse is
                        deceased.


                        No such qualifying quarter of coverage that is creditable
                        under title II of the Social Security Act for any period beginning after
                        December 31, 1996, may be credited to an alien under clause (i) or (ii)
                        if the parent or spouse (as the case may be) of such alien received any
                        Federal means- tested public benefit (as provided under section 403 of
                        the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of
                        1996) during the period for which such qualifying quarter of coverage is
                        so credited.


                        (C) Provision of information to save system.-The
                        Attorney General shall ensure that appropriate information regarding the
                        application of this paragraph is provided to the system for alien
                        verification of eligibility (SAVE) described in section 1137(d)(3) of
                        the Social Security Act.


                        (b) Reimbursement of Government Expenses.-



                        (1) Request for reimbursement.-


                        (A) Requirement.-Upon
                        notification that a sponsored alien has received any means-tested public
                        benefit, the appropriate nongovernmental entity which provided such
                        benefit or the appropriate entity of the Federal Government, a State, or
                        any political subdivision of a State shall request reimbursement by the
                        sponsor in an amount which is equal to the unreimbursed costs of such
                        benefit.


                        (B) Regulations.-The Attorney General, in consultation with
                        the heads of other appropriate Federal agencies, shall prescribe such
                        regulations as may be necessary to carry out subparagraph (A).



                        (2)
                        Actions to compel reimbursement.-



                        (A) In case of nonresponse.-If
                        within 45 days after a request for reimbursement under paragraph (1)(A),
                        the appropriate entity has not received a response from the sponsor
                        indicating a willingness to commence payment an action may be brought
                        against the sponsor pursuant to the affidavit of support.


                        (B) In
                        case of failure to pay.-If the sponsor fails to abide by the repayment
                        terms established by the appropriate entity, the entity may bring an
                        action against the sponsor pursuant to the affidavit of support.

                        (C)
                        Limitation on actions.-No cause of action may be brought under this
                        paragraph later than 10 years after the date on which the sponsored
                        alien last received any means-tested public benefit to which the
                        affidavit of support applies.


                        (3) Use of collection agencies.-If the
                        appropriate entity under paragraph (1)(A) requests reimbursement from
                        the sponsor or brings an action against the sponsor pursuant to the
                        affidavit of support, the appropriate entity may appoint or hire an
                        individual or other person to act on behalf of such entity acting under
                        the authority of law for purposes of collecting any amounts owed.



                        (c) Remedies.-Remedies available to enforce an affidavit of support
                        under this section include any or all of the remedies described in
                        section 3201, 3203, 3204, or 3205 of title 28, United States Code, as
                        well as an order for specific performance and payment of legal fees and
                        other costs of collection, and include corresponding remedies available
                        under State law. A Federal agency may seek to collect amounts owed under
                        this section in accordance with the provisions of subchapter II of
                        chapter 37 of title 31, United States Code.


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                        • #13
                          Affidavit of support for fiance visa


                          Originally posted by Ben Tohelanbac
                          Will it be a
                          problem if I do not have a 1040 or any other proof of income?
                          Can I
                          show proof of assets instead? If so, how much value would be required?



                          c) Remedies.-Remedies available to enforce an affidavit of
                          support under this section include any or all of the remedies described
                          in section 3201, 3203, 3204, or 3205 of title 28, United States Code,
                          as well as an order for specific performance and payment of legal fees
                          and other costs of collection, and include corresponding remedies
                          available under State law. A Federal agency may seek to collect amounts
                          owed under this section in accordance with the provisions of subchapter
                          II of chapter 37 of title 31, United States Code.


                          (d) Notification
                          of Change of Address.-



                          (1) General requirement.-The sponsor shall
                          notify the Attorney General and the State in which the sponsored alien
                          is currently a resident within 30 days of any change of address of the
                          sponsor during the period in which an affidavit of support is
                          enforceable.


                          (2) Penalty.-Any person subject to the requirement of
                          paragraph (1) who fails to satisfy such requirement shall, after notice
                          and opportunity to be heard, be subject to a civil penalty of-


                          (A)
                          not less than $250 or more than $2,000, or


                          (B) if such failure
                          occurs with knowledge that the sponsored alien has received any means-
                          tested public benefits (other than benefits described in section
                          401(b), 403(c)(2), or 411(b) of the Personal Responsibility and Work
                          Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996) not less than $2,000 or more
                          than $5,000.


                          The Attorney General shall enforce this paragraph
                          under appropriate regulations.


                          (e) Jurisdiction.-An action to
                          enforce an affidavit of support executed under subsection (a) may be
                          brought against the sponsor in any appropriate court-


                          (1) by a
                          sponsored alien, with respect to financial support; or


                          (2) by the
                          appropriate entity of the Federal Government, a State or any political
                          subdivision of a State, or by any other nongovernmental entity under
                          subsection (b)(2), with respect to reimbursement.


                          (f) Sponsor Defined.-



                          (1) In general.-For purposes of this section the term "sponsor" in
                          relation to a sponsored alien means an individual who executes an
                          affidavit of support with respect to the sponsored alien and who-



                          (A) is a citizen or national of the United States or an alien who
                          is lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence;



                          (B) is at least 18 years of age;


                          (C) is domiciled in any of the
                          several States of the United States, the District of Columbia, or any
                          territory or possession of the United States;


                          (D) is petitioning
                          for the admission of the alien under section 204; and


                          (E)
                          demonstrates (as provided in paragraph (6)) the means to maintain an
                          annual income equal to at least 125 percent of the Federal poverty
                          line.


                          (2) INCOME REQUIREMENT CASE.--Such term also includes an
                          individual who does not meet the requirement of paragraph (1)(E) but
                          accepts joint and several liability together with an individual under
                          paragraph (5)(A). 1a/



                          (3) Active duty armed services case.-Such
                          term also includes an individual who does not meet the requirement of
                          paragraph (1)(E) but is on active duty (other than active duty for
                          training) in the Armed Forces of the United States, is petitioning for
                          the admission of the alien under section 204 as the spouse or child of
                          the individual, and demonstrates (as provided in paragraph (6)) the
                          means to maintain an annual income equal to at least 100 percent of the
                          Federal poverty line.


                          (4) Certain employment-based immigrants case.-
                          Such term also includes an individual-


                          (A) who does not meet the
                          requirement of paragraph (1)(D), but is the relative of the sponsored
                          alien who filed a classification petition for the sponsored alien as an
                          employment- based immigrant under section 203(b) or who has a
                          significant ownership interest in the entity that filed such a
                          petition; and


                          (B)(i) who demonstrates (as provided under paragraph
                          (6)) the means to maintain an annual income equal to at least 125
                          percent of the Federal poverty line (or in the case of an affidavit for
                          a spouse or minor child of the petitioner 140 percent of the Federal
                          poverty line), or


                          (ii) does not meet the requirement of paragraph
                          (1)(E) but accepts joint and several liability together with an
                          individual under paragraph (5)(A). 1a/


                          (5) 1a/ NON-PETITIONING CASES-
                          Such term also includes an individual who does not meet the requirement
                          of paragraph (1)(D) but who--



                          (A) accepts joint and several
                          liability with a petitioning sponsor under paragraph (2) or relative of
                          an employment-based immigrant under paragraph (4) and who demonstrates
                          (as provided under paragraph (6)) the means to maintain an annual
                          income equal to at least 125 percent of the Federal poverty line; or




                          (B) is a spouse, parent, mother-in-law, father-in-law,
                          sibling, child (if at least 18 years of age), son, daughter, son-in-
                          law, daughter-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, grandparent, or
                          grandchild of a sponsored alien or a legal guardian of a sponsored
                          alien, meets the requirements of paragraph (1) (other than subparagraph
                          (D)), and executes an affidavit of support with respect to such alien
                          in a case in which--



                          (i) the individual petitioning under
                          section 204 for the classification of such alien died after the
                          approval of such petition; and



                          (ii) the Attorney General has
                          determined for humanitarian reasons that revocation of such petition
                          under section 205 would be inappropriate.



                          (6) Demonstration of
                          means to maintain income.-


                          (A) In general.-


                          (i) Method of demonstration.-
                          For purposes of this section, a demonstration of the means to maintain
                          income shall include provision of a certified copy of the individual's
                          Federal income tax return for the individual's 3 most recent taxable
                          years and a written statement, executed under oath or as permitted
                          under penalty of perjury under section 1746 of title 28, United States
                          Code, that the copies are certified copies of such returns.


                          (ii)
                          Flexibility.-For purposes of this section, aliens may demonstrate the
                          means to maintain income through demonstration of significant assets of
                          the sponsored alien or of the sponsor, if such assets are available for
                          the support of the sponsored alien.


                          (iii) Percent of poverty.-For
                          purposes of this section, a reference to an annual income equal to at
                          least a particular percentage of the Federal poverty line means an
                          annual income equal to at least such percentage of the Federal poverty
                          line for a family unit of a size equal to the number of members of the
                          sponsor's household (including family and non-family dependents) plus
                          the total number of other dependents and aliens sponsored by that
                          sponsor.


                          (B) Limitation.-The Secretary of State, or the Attorney
                          General in the case of adjustment of status, may provide that the
                          demonstration under subparagraph (A) applies only to the most recent
                          taxable year.(h)



                          (h)2/ Federal Poverty Line Defined.-For purposes
                          of this section, the term "Federal poverty line" means the level of
                          income equal to the official poverty line (as defined by the Director
                          of the Office of Management and Budget, as revised annually by the
                          Secretary of Health and Human Services, in accordance with section
                          673(2) of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1981 (42 U.S.C.
                          9902)) that is applicable to a family of the size involved.


                          (i)
                          Sponsor's Social Security Account Number Required to Be Provided.-



                          (1) An affidavit of support shall include the social security
                          account number of each sponsor.


                          (2) The Attorney General shall
                          develop an automated system to maintain the social security account
                          number data provided under paragraph (1).


                          (3) The Attorney General
                          shall submit an annual report to the Committees on the Judiciary of the
                          House of Representatives and the Senate setting forth-


                          (A) for the
                          most recent fiscal year for which data are available the number of
                          sponsors under this section and the number of sponsors in compliance
                          with the financial obligations of this section; and


                          (B) a
                          comparison of such numbers with the numbers of such sponsors for the
                          preceding fiscal year.







                          FOOTNOTES FOR SECTION 213A


                          INA:
                          ACT 213A FN 1



                          FN1 Added by § 551 of IIRIRA, effective date
                          set forth by subsection (c) of § 551 which provides:


                          "(c)
                          Effective Date; Promulgation of Form-


                          (1) In general.-The
                          amendments made by this section shall apply to affidavits of support
                          executed on or after a date specified by the Attorney General, which
                          date shall be not earlier than 60 days (and not later than 90 days)
                          after the date the Attorney General formulates the form for such
                          affidavits under paragraph (2).


                          (2) Promulgation of form.-Not later
                          than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Attorney
                          General, in consultation with the heads of other appropriate agencies,
                          shall promulgate a standard form for an affidavit of support consistent
                          with the provisions of section 213A of the Immigration and Nationality
                          Act, as amended by subsection (a)."



                          INA: ACT 213A FN1a



                          FN 1a
                          Section 213A(f)(5) revised in its entirety by section 2(a)(1) of the
                          Family Sponsor Immigration Act of 2002, Public Law 107-150, dated March
                          13, 2002.



                          Section 2(a)(3) amended section 213A(f)(2) and
                          (f)(4)(B)(ii) by revising "(5)" to read "(5)(A)".


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                          • #14
                            Affidavit of support for fiance visa -burden on taxpayers . really?

                            DTX725 wrote:
                            I wonder if that would make a dent in the $160 BILLION plus that the US gov dumped off to barbaric Iraq and Afghanistan. Or threaten the millions that would be spent to have some astronauts inhabit the moon and mars. We surely must not jeopardize that type of spending just to help some help our own citizens. I am humored by this burden concern when the US government has an endless supply of money. yes .. ENDLESS ! This interesting site explains the point. http://www.toptips.com/debtclock.html These figures have been running the same direction long before you were born and will continue to do so long time after you are dead.
                            Actually, during certain periods, prior to the current presidency, there
                            were annual budget surpluses which would cause the Debt Clock to go in
                            reverse..... But, the issue here that the OP needs to be concerned with
                            is what is required to get his fiance here, not what else the government
                            spends money on. It doesn't matter... For this process, he has to prove
                            that he (or a co sponser) meets the financial requirements. He can
                            argue about the national debt as much as he wants, but that isn't going
                            to solve his problem.


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                            • #15
                              Affidavit of support for fiance visa


                              Originally posted by Danny Davis
                              Ben, Harold is
                              correct that real estate is not a liquid asset but equity in realestate is.
                              If you include your employer letter and income figures
                              AND your assets. All
                              liquid assets, bank accounts, stocks, bonds,
                              and equities. The assets again
                              must total at least 5 times the value
                              of your shortfall.
                              I don't know what you consider a low paying
                              job. If you are talking $6 an
                              hour then your income is roughly
                              $12,000. The requirement is for 125%, not
                              100%, so for 2 people you
                              would need $15,613 minimum income. That means that
                              if you have
                              $12,000 you need (5x$3613) $18,065 in assets.
                              Good Luck, Dan
                              Davis
                              "Ben Tohelanbac" <[email protected]> wrote in
                              messagem13.wmconnect.com"]news:[email protected]
                              m13.wmconnect.com[/url]...
                              Will it be a problem if I do not
                              have a 1040 or any other proof of income?
                              Can I show
                              proof of assets instead? If so, how much value would berequired?

                              they are not accepting houses anymore, it can be
                              paid for, and it doesnt count. you have to sell the house and have
                              cash in the bank


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