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My husband has been in the USA since January 2014. We did the K1 Visa, we have the AOS interview a week from today. He has AP as of February. His mother got sick from pneumonia and passed away on November 1. We were unable to attend they funeral and haven't been to Brazil since. His parents had put us in their will and his dad is also selling the apartment. Our problem is we have to go to Brazil when it sells to sign. My husband is on the deed to be has to sign to sell too. It looks like it will be about a week after the interview because he has a buyer. The apartment is huge and now that he's alone he wants something small. He doesn't want to lose this buyer because most are offering less than what it is worth and this one has made a reasonable offer. I've been told.that they take his EAD/AP combo card at the interview. Does the USCIS have a way to give us something proving he can come back to the USA? Also the other issue, how do you transfer money? Can we transfer between Brazil and our USA bank account? We didn't see this coming and before leaving Brazil, he closed his account there. We are completely lost.


February 13, 2011 I met the love of my life!!

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Hi Bambi,

I won't be able to answer your question regarding the USCIS, but on how to transfer money from Brazil to the US:

there is nothing restricting you from transferring money from Brazil to the US with one caveat: the money has to be from legal sources. The anti-laudering laws in effect both in Brazil and the US require the banks to make sure the source of your funds are legal. I would suggest you to take all the documents of the will (partilha) to the bank you had an account before and ask to make a wire transfer to your bank account in the US. The lawyer preparing the "partilha" would be able to provide you with all the necessary documentation.

All the best,

Joster

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Hi,

The EAD/AP card will not be taken away. He needs them until he gets a green card.

No problem transferring the money as long as he can prove a legal source.

No US taxes. He reports the sale on his tax return as required with an step up basis which results in 0 profits and 0 taxes.

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