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Just a few days before interview,no co-sponsor

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Hello all ,

I want to make the story as short as possible. We got married almost 3 years ago and we are so close to the interview. My husband, US citizen is leaving together with me in my country since Dec.2006.It was the best solution to be together taking into consideration that once we start the immigration process is no other visa you can get and visit your spouse. I think it was the best decision. We have a great marriage and I have no fear to prove that our marriage is for real and based on love and commitment to the interview. On the other side, we are afraid of the financial support evidence. The last income tax is dated 2005 and since then my husband didn’t filled any taxes because he didn't had any income. I have a good paid job and we have together a bank account in my country. His income in 2005 was over the poverty line for 2 persons but USC ask in the appointment interview letter the most recent income tax or a co-sponsor. We didn’t find any co-sponsor and I really know now how we can prove that he can support me financially when we get to US. What can we do in this situation? Any advice would be helpful.

Thank you in advance,


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You will need to first write a letter indicating why he was not filing taxes -- remember that living abroad does not exempt a USC from IRS obligations. Also, it seems you do need a co-sponsor; since your husband has low income as per your own statement. Maybe line up family or friends as soon as possible.

I wish you the best of luck.

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Unless you have a cosponsor or assets to satisfy the support minimum, he will need to return to the U.S. and gain employment at a level adequate to meet the requirement before you can be issued the visa.

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