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AOS: Sponsor didn't meet minimum income requirement?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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:help: I need advice with this : NVC received the AOS on july 06 2009 with the 3 most recent tax returns, and completed the case on July 11 2009, but my husband received today a checklist dated on july 14 saying this:

We have reviewed the documents which you submitted in support of an application for an immigrant

visa. Please review the information listed under each applicant's name and provide any documents

which are indicated as missing or need additional information. You must submit the required

information. Failure to provide the requested information will delay your immigrant visa interview.

MISSING DOCUMENT LIST FOR: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

______FINANCIAL EVIDENCE:__________________________________________

The NVC has received the information you have submitted in reference to

the Affidavit of Support. Please be advised that you, as the Petitioner, do

not appear to meet the minimum income requirement according to the

current poverty guidelines to sponsor the intending immigrant(s) for this

petition. The consular officer will make a decision regarding this

requirement at the time of your interview. In order to avoid delays, you

may wish to submit an additional Affidavit of Support (Form I-864) for a

Joint Sponsor to the National Visa Center to assist in sponsoring the

intending immigrants. To view the current poverty guidelines, visit

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-864P.pdf.

If you decide to use a Joint Sponsor to assist in sponsoring the intending

immigrants, please note that you the sponsor may not use Form I-864EZ

and will also need to submit Form I-864.

My husband didnt include property because his cash met the minimum income requirement, and as it says at AOS instructions, should be asets easily converted to cash plus he neded to make an apraisal for the property and that might take some time. I dont understand why they said he didnt met the income requirement.

Can we submit the apraisal and add the property information before they mail the case to the embassy, we wouldnt like they take this issue as negative at the time of the interview.

Or do we really need a joint sponsor even if he met the income requirement ?

What should we do?

Concierned wife... :(


<<<HIM & I>>> TIME LINE

2007 Got Married
12/00/2008 Sent I-130
01/06/2009 I-130 NOA1
02/26/2009 I-130 NOA2 Approved
03/14/2009 AOS Fee Bill
03/18/2009 AOS Paid Receipt and Cover Sheet
03/14/2009 NVC sent DS-3032
04/01/2009 NVC received DS-3032
04/08/2009 NVC sent AOS Petitioner packet
04/10/2009 NVC sent IV fee bill
04/21/2009 IV paid receipt and cover sheet
05/12/2009 NVC received DS-230
07/06/2009 NVC recieved AOS
07/11/2009 Case completed !!!
07/28/2009 Appointment assigned
09/10/2009 Interview day, Visa Approved!!! Wheee!!!
09/19/2009 Visa in hand Wheee Heee!!!

10/12/2009 Flying home with my love Wheee Heee Heee!!!heart.gif

10/30/2009 Green card received !
07/22/2011 Filed to Remove conditions
07/27/2011 NOA Removal of Conditions
08/19/2011 Biometrics
10/19/2011 ROC Approved...Yay!!!
10/26/2011 Green Card in hand!!!
00/00/2013 Application for Citizenship

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Kenya
Timeline
:help: I need advice with this : NVC received the AOS on july 06 2009 with the 3 most recent tax returns, and completed the case on July 11 2009, but my husband received today a checklist dated on july 14 saying this:

We have reviewed the documents which you submitted in support of an application for an immigrant

visa. Please review the information listed under each applicant's name and provide any documents

which are indicated as missing or need additional information. You must submit the required

information. Failure to provide the requested information will delay your immigrant visa interview.

MISSING DOCUMENT LIST FOR: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

______FINANCIAL EVIDENCE:__________________________________________

The NVC has received the information you have submitted in reference to

the Affidavit of Support. Please be advised that you, as the Petitioner, do

not appear to meet the minimum income requirement according to the

current poverty guidelines to sponsor the intending immigrant(s) for this

petition. The consular officer will make a decision regarding this

requirement at the time of your interview. In order to avoid delays, you

may wish to submit an additional Affidavit of Support (Form I-864) for a

Joint Sponsor to the National Visa Center to assist in sponsoring the

intending immigrants. To view the current poverty guidelines, visit

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-864P.pdf.

If you decide to use a Joint Sponsor to assist in sponsoring the intending

immigrants, please note that you the sponsor may not use Form I-864EZ

and will also need to submit Form I-864.

My husband didnt include property because his cash met the minimum income requirement, and as it says at AOS instructions, should be asets easily converted to cash plus he neded to make an apraisal for the property and that might take some time. I dont understand why they said he didnt met the income requirement.

Can we submit the apraisal and add the property information before they mail the case to the embassy, we wouldnt like they take this issue as negative at the time of the interview.

Or do we really need a joint sponsor even if he met the income requirement ?

What should we do?

Concierned wife... :(

We got an RFE on the AOS too, and we mailed the needed docs to NVC, they processed the AOS and sent us the IV bill. I think to avoid time delays on the property appraisal, you should get a joint sponsor and send the I864EZ to NVC, and if possible have the property appraisal docs at the interview (just for backup) with a joint sponsor the consular officer might not even need it. Good luck


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OUR TIMELINE

18-04-08-----------Wedding

09.05.08 ---------- Sent I-130

15.05.08 ---------- NOA1

12.03.09 ---------- Approved!!!

25.03.09 ---------- NVC received - Got NVC case number (Thank you Jesus)

30.03.09 ---------- Received AOS and DS-3032 on mail

31.03.09 ---------- Paid AOS and returned DS-3032

28.04.09 ---------- Received I-864 package

11.05.09 ---------- Sent I-864 Package

02.06.09 ---------- RFE for I-864 email Received

09.06.09 ---------- Needed W2 on RFE sent

23.06.09 ---------- IV Fee Bill Generated

23.06.09 ---------- IV Fee Payment done Online

26.06.09 ---------- IV Fee Status PAID in NVC system.

29.06.09 ---------- DS-230 sent

04.08.09 ---------- RFE for Marriage Cert Received ( Dont even get me started on the lawyer! God have mercy)

11.08.09 ---------- NVC Case Complete!!! (Yesu ni bwana)

03.09.09 ---------- Case Forwarded to Nairobi Consulate

03.09.09 ---------- Interview Schedule given by NVC

08.10.09 ---------- INTERVIEW DATE!! Visa Approved (1yr 5 months 20 days) (To God be the glory)

09.11.09 ---------- Arrival (POE Houston)

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God is forever faithful & His love endures forever. I give thanks.

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