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some questions i have about financial support as a sponsor

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I am sponsoring my fiance in Algeria to come here to the US. I am trying to fill out the form for fianancial support. This past year I did not work, so to speak, but I did stay at home and remodel my home in Georgia as well I did sell some land and earned money that way. Also I did refinance my home and pull equity out of it for some more funds. That house is currently on the market to sell now and will bring me another $40k above the expense of selling it.

Since this house been listed, I have purchased another home in Florida, my home state, and am currently remodeling it. Also I have signed on with an employer to sell Life and Health Insurance but must pass a state test to be licensed in this field before actually selling policies and earning an income.

I do have 2 banks that I deal with and will be receiving on their letterhead the requested dates opened and the current balance as well as the amount of deposits in the last 12 months time. Will this be sufficient as long as the amount combined is more than the 16k annual income amount?

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DonnaFethi,

You have an unusual situation. I can see your financial situation being considered uncertain at the moment, perhaps uncertain enough that another sponsor might be requested. Or not.

No one can say how the consular officer is going to feel about your finances when they review the documents that you provide, even if you were to provide us with the specific numbers that the consular officer will see rather than generalities.

Yodrak

I am sponsoring my fiance in Algeria to come here to the US. I am trying to fill out the form for fianancial support. This past year I did not work, so to speak, but I did stay at home and remodel my home in Georgia as well I did sell some land and earned money that way. Also I did refinance my home and pull equity out of it for some more funds. That house is currently on the market to sell now and will bring me another $40k above the expense of selling it.

Since this house been listed, I have purchased another home in Florida, my home state, and am currently remodeling it. Also I have signed on with an employer to sell Life and Health Insurance but must pass a state test to be licensed in this field before actually selling policies and earning an income.

I do have 2 banks that I deal with and will be receiving on their letterhead the requested dates opened and the current balance as well as the amount of deposits in the last 12 months time. Will this be sufficient as long as the amount combined is more than the 16k annual income amount?

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