I did read the directions! and I wouldn't consider the amount of assets I have to be small either, adding the Japanese income it comes to about $45000, but we just found out we need $56000
I called the immigrant services hotline months ago the clarify what I needed becuase the amount they were asking for seemed rediculous. All they said I needed was a salary or 125% of the poverty guidelines. I told them I was working for a foreign company and I would need to find new employment in the u.s. and they stil said all I needed was the 125%, so maybe you should try to understand the situation before you make comments. And it's not that I didn't think I needed a co-sponsor, it's that I don't have one and can't possibly get one, so get off your high horse, because when you get as far along in the process as I have it will shock you the things that come up.
Actually I doubt that we'll have that problem. I asked my mother 7 months ago to co-sponsor and I have read and re-read the instructions and all the advice on this board many times over. I double and triple checked everything. Well, just because you've submitted your I-864 doesn't make you special...we'd be doing that now (the K1 version of it) if I hadn't moved to Denmark.
It is your problem that you didn't research it and no one else's. Stop lashing out at people trying to help you.
Edited by Nola123, 16 November 2012 - 11:28 AM.