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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Hello everyone,

We're now almost 4 months since the NOA1 was received, and I've been looking ahead for a while now. My question is regarding question 7. I do make the 125% Poverty limits, and I read in the tips section that this part goes by the same criteria as the I-864 form. Since I'm ok in this regard, do I just right N/A when they ask for deposits, personal property, stocks, and life insurance? I own a home, so I will include this.

Any assistance is appreciated.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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No need to include all that if your already above the limit.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hello everyone,

We're now almost 4 months since the NOA1 was received, and I've been looking ahead for a while now. My question is regarding question 7. I do make the 125% Poverty limits, and I read in the tips section that this part goes by the same criteria as the I-864 form. Since I'm ok in this regard, do I just right N/A when they ask for deposits, personal property, stocks, and life insurance? I own a home, so I will include this.

Any assistance is appreciated.

Leave those boxes blank or just draw a horizontal line through the box. If you enter "n/a" or "none" then it implies to the CO that you don't have any of those assets when, in fact, you're simply choosing not to declare them.

You're supposed to include evidence for any asset you list. This evidence is supposed to prove you own the asset, and demonstrate it's value. For a home, you'd need a copy of your deed or title to prove you own it. You'd need an appraisal from a licensed appraiser to prove it's value. If you have any liens (mortgages, equity line of credit, etc.) then you'd need to include statements from the lien holders. The value you declare on the affidavit would be the different between the appraised value and the sum of the liens. If you qualify on income alone then it would be easier if you didn't declare your home.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Leave those boxes blank or just draw a horizontal line through the box. If you enter "n/a" or "none" then it implies to the CO that you don't have any of those assets when, in fact, you're simply choosing not to declare them.

You're supposed to include evidence for any asset you list. This evidence is supposed to prove you own the asset, and demonstrate it's value. For a home, you'd need a copy of your deed or title to prove you own it. You'd need an appraisal from a licensed appraiser to prove it's value. If you have any liens (mortgages, equity line of credit, etc.) then you'd need to include statements from the lien holders. The value you declare on the affidavit would be the different between the appraised value and the sum of the liens. If you qualify on income alone then it would be easier if you didn't declare your home.

Thank you JD63 and JimVaPhuong. I see now. That's right, if I did include my home, quite a bit of backup documentation would be required. I'll just leave everything blank since I qualify on my income, or put a line through the rest of the questions.

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