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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom

We are awaiting our NOA2 which should be arriving soon. I know that this is the stage where I am going to have to submit all of my financial documents so my questions stem around this- Im divorced and have three kids. I know that my income doesnt meet the poverty line for all of us, so I will be having my mother co-sponser.

How closely is my credit going to play a role in things? I have some things going on right now as an impact of my divorce that is killing my credit report and score. Is this going to be an issue?

Also, are they going to look at my debts in additon or in contrast to my income or just my income?

Thank you in advance.


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