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my fiance and I are filling out forms to apply for the K1 visa, but I was reading about affidavit of support and now I'm worried. I am working right now for a company as a receptionist and I make $18.800 a year and I have 8000 in savings and maybe by the time we get our interview date scheduled I will have more savings, do you think I am okay with that? thank you

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You are extremely close to the borderline for the poverty guidelines. Depending on what embassy you are from some will not accept you as a sponsor being so close. I would get a cosponsor just to be safe.


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The 8,000 in saving counts as $1,600 to $2,667 per year in annual income depending on how the CO chooses to interpret the I-864 guidelines which are tyraditionally accepted to be the rules for the I-134. (So you would be at ($20,400 with your savings). Good for you for saving while young.

I think if you have a steady past work history, then definitely include three years of income tax forms with W-2s or tax transcripts and you won't need the W-2s. This will show good financial stability.

If you can do that, I think with the small additional assets (savings) you should pass, no one can give you any guarantees though.

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