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VERY qualified Joint sponsor exempt from taxes

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Hi there,

My wife and I foresaw no issues on either side with us making it through a successful filing process, however, we found out yesterday that the person who was going to be our joint sponsor, while he makes VERY good money and is a top figure in his prominent, international position, is currently exempt from paying taxes while on his 3 year contract overseas where my wife is also located. Will THIS disqualify him from being able to sponsor or will a job letter and letter of explanation suffice?



USCIS Stage


Marriage: 3/21/15


I-130 Sent: 5/03/15


NOA1: 5/08/15


NOA2 (approval): 10/26/15



NVC Stage (CR1)


NVC Received Case: 11/12/15


NVC Scan Date: 12/2/15


Paid AOS fee: 12/04/15


Paid IV fee: 12/04/15


AOS & IV Package sent: 12/16/15


NVC Case Complete: 1/26/16


Interview Date: 4/27/16


Interview Result: Approved!!!






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Income used for AOS needs to be US Based income


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Married December 19, 2014

I-130 Petition sent January 14, 2015
NOA1 date January 20, 2015 (NSC)

NOA2 date May 28, 2015 :dance::dance::dance:

Mailed to NVC June 4, 2015

NVC Received June 10, 2015

NVC Case Number Assigned June 23, 2015

NVC AoS Invoice via Mail June 24, 2015

NVC Selected Agent Over Phone June 30, 2015 (Unable to logon to CEAC)

NVC IV Invoice via email received July 1, 2015

NVC AoS/IV Package Mailed July 2, 2015

NVC AoS & IV Fee Paid Online (CEAC is working) July 6. 2015

NVC Document Scan Date July 6, 2015

NCV AoS & IV Fee marked as paid in CEAC July, 7 2015

NVC DS 260 Completed July 8, 2015

NVC CC July 30, 2015 (24 days after scan date, about 2 months post NOA2)

Interview Scheduled on August 26, 2015

Interview P4 Email Received August 27, 2015

Medical in Islamabad September 2, 2015

Interview Date September 22, 2015 CANCELLED (Embassy is Over scheduled) :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

Interview Scheduled on September 10, 2015

Interview Date October 14, 2015 APPROVED

Visa Issued October 16, 2015, 9 months start to finish

POE JFK October 26, 2015

GC in Hand Jan 8, 2016

RoC I-751 NOA1 August 31, 2017 (Vermont Service Center)

Biometrics October 2, 2017

I551 Stamp in Passport August 2, 2018

18 Month Extension Letter August 3, 2018

Applied for Naturalization N-400 Online July 30, 2018

Biometrics August 23, 2018

10 year GC is in production September 17, 2018

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Income used for AOS needs to be US Based income

Thanks for the reply. He works for a U.S based corporation and is based out of the U.S capitol. I believe he is paid in U.S dollars (I assume direct deposit) though he lives in another country.

Income used for AOS needs to be US Based income

Thanks for the reply. He works for a U.S based corporation and is based out of the U.S capitol. I believe he is paid in U.S dollars (I assume direct deposit) though he lives in another country.



USCIS Stage


Marriage: 3/21/15


I-130 Sent: 5/03/15


NOA1: 5/08/15


NOA2 (approval): 10/26/15



NVC Stage (CR1)


NVC Received Case: 11/12/15


NVC Scan Date: 12/2/15


Paid AOS fee: 12/04/15


Paid IV fee: 12/04/15


AOS & IV Package sent: 12/16/15


NVC Case Complete: 1/26/16


Interview Date: 4/27/16


Interview Result: Approved!!!






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Is he excempt from PAYING taxes, or filing them? There is a difference.... any USC citizen, even if living abroad, needs to file taxes, but may not need to pay any.


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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Is he excempt from PAYING taxes, or filing them? There is a difference.... any USC citizen, even if living abroad, needs to file taxes, but may not need to pay any.

GREAT point! I forgot about that. I did tell my wife this. I told her I believe he has to FILE taxes, just exempted from paying them. I am willing to be he does because he is a top notched and well decorated world economist and someone by the book.



USCIS Stage


Marriage: 3/21/15


I-130 Sent: 5/03/15


NOA1: 5/08/15


NOA2 (approval): 10/26/15



NVC Stage (CR1)


NVC Received Case: 11/12/15


NVC Scan Date: 12/2/15


Paid AOS fee: 12/04/15


Paid IV fee: 12/04/15


AOS & IV Package sent: 12/16/15


NVC Case Complete: 1/26/16


Interview Date: 4/27/16


Interview Result: Approved!!!






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