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Michael Zamot

Filling I-134 - W2 question

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Hello,

 

I am filling the I-134 Affidavit of Support for the interview.

My fiancé and I have a house in Costa Rica, with a Costa Rican loan. The house is legally behind an escrow, so technically and legally the house is under the bank ownership, not ours. I was living since I was a baby in Costa Rica, until last year, which I moved to US (dual citizen).

 

I have a doubt about filling Section 3, Real Estate Information questions. Should I fill it? The questions seems targeted at US properties, which I don't have. If I fill this information would mean to try to gather a lot of information from Costa Rican banks, and legally house is not under our name.

 

Should I fill this section? Or can I leave it blank?

 

Another question I have is, I moved in October 2016 to US, so my W2 only contains 3 months of salary. These 3 months are barely above the 125% also I have a letter of my employer saying my actual yearly salary. I guess this should be fine? Technically is well above poverty limit, just in W2 my yearly salary is not reflected.

 

 

Thank you!

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