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Affidavit of support question

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
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So I'll just be to the point on this.

1. Where do I state which affidavit is mine and which is my co-sponsor's (assuming I have to state it)?

2. My co-sponsor makes/has in assets enough for the requirements, but he's self employed and works mainly at home. What is he meant to write in question number 7?

3. I live in Puerto Rico, so my tax forms aren't the same as those in the US. I think they're in Spanish (I'm unemployed so I don't fill out income taxes) and we don't fill out federal income tax, etc. We do however get the W2's and such. Anyone know about how territory citizens go about providing the tax info for the affidavit of support?

Thanks, as always.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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So I'll just be to the point on this.

1. Where do I state which affidavit is mine and which is my co-sponsor's (assuming I have to state it)?

2. My co-sponsor makes/has in assets enough for the requirements, but he's self employed and works mainly at home. What is he meant to write in question number 7?

3. I live in Puerto Rico, so my tax forms aren't the same as those in the US. I think they're in Spanish (I'm unemployed so I don't fill out income taxes) and we don't fill out federal income tax, etc. We do however get the W2's and such. Anyone know about how territory citizens go about providing the tax info for the affidavit of support?

Thanks, as always.

1) You don't have to state it although it is known in many ways. The CO knows your name. Later the relationship of the sponsored to the sponsorer must be stated on the form etc...The joint sponsor must be a US Citizen, US National or Legal Permanent Resident of the United States. Be sure to provide a copy of their birth certificate or copy of Green Card (front and back)

2) Self-employed

3) Sorry, you will need a tax expert to answer that.

Good luck.


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