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Hello, we're trying to gather everything needed for AOS. We have question regarding to the Affidavit of Support. My husband doesnt have a job, however, he has some investment. His income is purely from the investment, it's a lil bit under minimum requirement. But he's got assets that's more than 5 times the diff between his income and minimum income requirement ( which is, the investmen). Should we get a co sponsor? or just go with that? without W2 or letter of employment? we do have 3 years tax returns.

Please advise and thanks in advance.


2006

June 15 : AOS package mailed in

June 18 : Package arrived

June 22 : NOA1

June 26 : Touched

June 28 : Touched

July 08 : RFE received

July 10 : RFE mailed in

July 14 : RFE arrived

July 25 : Biometric

August 24 : Case transferred to CSC

August 26 : Touched

August 30 : Touched/Case received by CSC

August 31 : Touched

Sept 01 : Touched

Sept 07 : Touched

Sept 15 : AOS APPROVED!!! Got email saying welcome notice is mailed

Sept 17 : Touched

Sept 20 : Touched, got email saying that the case has been approved

Sept 21 : Touched

Sept 21 : Greencard received!!!!!

2008

July 12 : I-751 application sent to CSC

July 16 : Check cashed

July 18 : NOA1 received

July 24 : Biometric appointment letter received

August 8 : Biometric appointment

August 8 : Touched

August 9 : Touched

August 12 : Touched

Dec 09 : Approved

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You should get a cosponsor (and all the applicable documents from him/her). Your husband may still show his investments and assets, however, the poverty guidelines need to be met through income.

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You should get a cosponsor (and all the applicable documents from him/her). Your husband may still show his investments and assets, however, the poverty guidelines need to be met through income.

His mother will be our co-sponsor.....but again, she isnt working even though she's got LOTS of assets. Still no W2...I'm worried *sighs* say if they decided that the affidavits don't meet the requirement, would I get denied right away? or would they issue an RFE to look for another co-sponsor?

Please pleasee advise, pretty worried and desperate here


2006

June 15 : AOS package mailed in

June 18 : Package arrived

June 22 : NOA1

June 26 : Touched

June 28 : Touched

July 08 : RFE received

July 10 : RFE mailed in

July 14 : RFE arrived

July 25 : Biometric

August 24 : Case transferred to CSC

August 26 : Touched

August 30 : Touched/Case received by CSC

August 31 : Touched

Sept 01 : Touched

Sept 07 : Touched

Sept 15 : AOS APPROVED!!! Got email saying welcome notice is mailed

Sept 17 : Touched

Sept 20 : Touched, got email saying that the case has been approved

Sept 21 : Touched

Sept 21 : Greencard received!!!!!

2008

July 12 : I-751 application sent to CSC

July 16 : Check cashed

July 18 : NOA1 received

July 24 : Biometric appointment letter received

August 8 : Biometric appointment

August 8 : Touched

August 9 : Touched

August 12 : Touched

Dec 09 : Approved

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You should get a cosponsor (and all the applicable documents from him/her). Your husband may still show his investments and assets, however, the poverty guidelines need to be met through income.

Why do you think this?

It's acceptable to use income + assets, or assets only, on the I-864.

Mine was adjudicated successfully with no income.


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You should get a cosponsor (and all the applicable documents from him/her). Your husband may still show his investments and assets, however, the poverty guidelines need to be met through income.

Why do you think this?

It's acceptable to use income + assets, or assets only, on the I-864.

Mine was adjudicated successfully with no income.

Thank you for clarifying. :yes:

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You should get a cosponsor (and all the applicable documents from him/her). Your husband may still show his investments and assets, however, the poverty guidelines need to be met through income.

Why do you think this?

It's acceptable to use income + assets, or assets only, on the I-864.

Mine was adjudicated successfully with no income.

Thank you for clarifying. :yes:

wow fantastic news!! thank you so much :luv::luv:


2006

June 15 : AOS package mailed in

June 18 : Package arrived

June 22 : NOA1

June 26 : Touched

June 28 : Touched

July 08 : RFE received

July 10 : RFE mailed in

July 14 : RFE arrived

July 25 : Biometric

August 24 : Case transferred to CSC

August 26 : Touched

August 30 : Touched/Case received by CSC

August 31 : Touched

Sept 01 : Touched

Sept 07 : Touched

Sept 15 : AOS APPROVED!!! Got email saying welcome notice is mailed

Sept 17 : Touched

Sept 20 : Touched, got email saying that the case has been approved

Sept 21 : Touched

Sept 21 : Greencard received!!!!!

2008

July 12 : I-751 application sent to CSC

July 16 : Check cashed

July 18 : NOA1 received

July 24 : Biometric appointment letter received

August 8 : Biometric appointment

August 8 : Touched

August 9 : Touched

August 12 : Touched

Dec 09 : Approved

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you can check in this web page you'r minimun poverty for you're affidavit

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/for...iles/I-864p.pdf

i hope it helps a little bi :thumbs: t


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you can check in this web page you'r minimun poverty for you're affidavit

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/for...iles/I-864p.pdf

i hope it helps a little bi :thumbs: t

FROM POST: OOPPPS Forgot Paystubs...

OK we tried the information line they said.

1) you do not need to file the whole I864 again - just end in the paystubs.

2) as my tax returns for the last 3 years DO NOT show 125% of the poverty line then you should consider a co-sponsor. They are trying establish a "normal" level of income even though you only have to "currently" make it.

3) When you send in the paystubs IF you use a cosponsor, send a letter saying : if needed please use the co-sponsor I864 ....(or words to that effect). IF it all goes through and the co-sponsor is NOT needed this will be discussed at interview.

so - i guess im gonna send in the paystubs (fingers crossed) and send them a co-sponsor I864.

NOTE: the lady at USCIS (Ruthanne) also said get a reply sent ASAP.

wish us luck

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you can check in this web page you'r minimun poverty for you're affidavit

http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/for...iles/I-864p.pdf

i hope it helps a little bi :thumbs: t

thank you very much (L)


2006

June 15 : AOS package mailed in

June 18 : Package arrived

June 22 : NOA1

June 26 : Touched

June 28 : Touched

July 08 : RFE received

July 10 : RFE mailed in

July 14 : RFE arrived

July 25 : Biometric

August 24 : Case transferred to CSC

August 26 : Touched

August 30 : Touched/Case received by CSC

August 31 : Touched

Sept 01 : Touched

Sept 07 : Touched

Sept 15 : AOS APPROVED!!! Got email saying welcome notice is mailed

Sept 17 : Touched

Sept 20 : Touched, got email saying that the case has been approved

Sept 21 : Touched

Sept 21 : Greencard received!!!!!

2008

July 12 : I-751 application sent to CSC

July 16 : Check cashed

July 18 : NOA1 received

July 24 : Biometric appointment letter received

August 8 : Biometric appointment

August 8 : Touched

August 9 : Touched

August 12 : Touched

Dec 09 : Approved

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