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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India
Timeline

Is this enough money

I have $16,624 in my annual income

I have deposit in savings in banks in the United States $22,000

I have other property value at $250,000.

I own real estate value at $300,000

I have zero dollars in debt

current balance is $6,414.27 , $3,065.49 and $1,563.27

I own three different bank accounts is this enough money for the fiancial issue?

Sincerly a fiancee in waiting,

Christina

help of my sponser


Jatin & Christina

15 Sep 07- Met on Internet at ChristianChat

27 Apr 2005- Met Face to face first time in India

27 Aug 2005- Got Engaged with my darling Jatin

27 Mar 2006- Filed I-129F Petition form sent to USCIS in California

24 Jul 2006-Recieved I-797 NOA Approval

10 Aug 2006- Recieved Packet-3

14 Aug 2006- Received Passport Clearance Certificate

24 Aug 2006- Recieved Birth Non-Availability Certificate from MNC,Agra & Police Certificate

30 Aug 2006- Handover DS-230 Part-1 with Checklist to US Embassy,New Delhi

08 Sept 2006- Recieved Packet 4 with Interview Appointment Letter

18 Sept 2006- In New Delhi for Medical Test

25 Sept 2006- Recieved Medical Report

28 Sept 2006- Handover I-129F form & documents to VFS Office,New Delhi

12 Oct 2006- Interview Time

12 Oct 2006- Interivew awesome,Embassy holded my Visa due to unable to show the I-134 Affidavit of Support

19 Oct 2006- Handed Over the I-134 Affidavit of Support to VFS Office,New Delhi

01 Nov 2006- Visa been Issued wooohooooo

14 Nov 2006- Recieved Passport with K1 Visa and a Sealed Envelope

23 Nov 2006- POE Chicago..way easy..asked easy questions, boarded the flight for Phoenix to meet me lol!!

07 Dec 2006- Applied for SSN

21 Dec 2006- Recieved the SSN

16 Dec 2006- Got Married with my Jatin woooohoooooo!!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India
Timeline

p.s. The interview is only 10 more days away so really need help here.. Please anyone is this enough to bring my love here?


Jatin & Christina

15 Sep 07- Met on Internet at ChristianChat

27 Apr 2005- Met Face to face first time in India

27 Aug 2005- Got Engaged with my darling Jatin

27 Mar 2006- Filed I-129F Petition form sent to USCIS in California

24 Jul 2006-Recieved I-797 NOA Approval

10 Aug 2006- Recieved Packet-3

14 Aug 2006- Received Passport Clearance Certificate

24 Aug 2006- Recieved Birth Non-Availability Certificate from MNC,Agra & Police Certificate

30 Aug 2006- Handover DS-230 Part-1 with Checklist to US Embassy,New Delhi

08 Sept 2006- Recieved Packet 4 with Interview Appointment Letter

18 Sept 2006- In New Delhi for Medical Test

25 Sept 2006- Recieved Medical Report

28 Sept 2006- Handover I-129F form & documents to VFS Office,New Delhi

12 Oct 2006- Interview Time

12 Oct 2006- Interivew awesome,Embassy holded my Visa due to unable to show the I-134 Affidavit of Support

19 Oct 2006- Handed Over the I-134 Affidavit of Support to VFS Office,New Delhi

01 Nov 2006- Visa been Issued wooohooooo

14 Nov 2006- Recieved Passport with K1 Visa and a Sealed Envelope

23 Nov 2006- POE Chicago..way easy..asked easy questions, boarded the flight for Phoenix to meet me lol!!

07 Dec 2006- Applied for SSN

21 Dec 2006- Recieved the SSN

16 Dec 2006- Got Married with my Jatin woooohoooooo!!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Poverty guidelines: http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/for...20guidelines%22

You have to be 100% above. And how much it is, depends on which state you live in and on the household size.


I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

Timeline (incompleta)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
Timeline

Wow! $22K in cash, $550,000 in real estate and $0 debt? I knew I should have paid more attention in college!

Mew's right. Take a look at the guidelines she's attached. They'll answer your questions.

And good luck to both of you!


Fernanda's Timeline

K-1

June 2, 2006 - Mailed K1 Petition

Jun 28, 2006 - NOA1

Oct 05, 2006 - NOA2 - APPROVED after 122 days

Dec 05, 2006 - Received Packet 3 from Consulate

Dec 11, 2006 - Medical Examination in Belo Horizonte

Jan 10, 2007 - Returned Packet #3 to Consulate (SEDEX-10)

Mar 13, 2007 - INTERVIEW SUCCESS! We have our K-1 VISA !!

POE & Texas Wedding

Mar 27, 2007 - POE Houston, TX. No questions. Gone in 10 minutes.

Mar 28, 2007 - Marriage License app

April 4, 2007 - Our Wedding Day!

April 12, 2007 - Apply for SS card with married name

April 20, 2007 - Received SS card

AOS

June 4, 2007 - Mailed AOS

June 6, 2007 - USCIS received

June 11, 2007 - NOA1 for I-485

July 18, 2007 - Biometrics completed

July 20, 2007 - Case transferred from MSC to CSC

July 31, 2007 - AOS Approved - 57 days - Without an Interview!

Aug 06, 2007 - Received Green Card in the mail today!

Jan 8, 2009 @ 8:18PM - Our son was born tonight !!

I-751 - Remove Conditions

July 11, 2009 - Certified Mail to VSC I-751 Package

July 14, 2009 - Check cleared bank

July 20, 2009 - NOA1 & 1 yr extension - Receipt date is July 14. Case# assigned

Sept 1, 2009 - Biometrics completed

Nov 25, 2009 - I-751 is approved. No Interview.

Dec 14, 2009 - 10yr Green Card arrived !

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Poverty guidelines: http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/for...20guidelines%22

You have to be 100% above. And how much it is, depends on which state you live in and on the household size.

use 125% for 48 Contingous States. as Mew points out, depends on your household size.


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Poverty guidelines: http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/for...20guidelines%22

You have to be 100% above. And how much it is, depends on which state you live in and on the household size.

use 125% for 48 Contingous States. as Mew points out, depends on your household size.

I thought it was 100% for I-134, unless otherwise asked by the consulate/embassy (e.g., Brazil).


I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

Timeline (incompleta)

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Poverty guidelines: http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/for...20guidelines%22

You have to be 100% above. And how much it is, depends on which state you live in and on the household size.

use 125% for 48 Contingous States. as Mew points out, depends on your household size.

I thought it was 100% for I-134, unless otherwise asked by the consulate/embassy (e.g., Brazil).

i'm not completely positive, but i thought it was the same for I-134 and I-864. it doesn't state in the instructions for the I-134. you could be right.


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Poverty guidelines: http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/formsfee/for...20guidelines%22

You have to be 100% above. And how much it is, depends on which state you live in and on the household size.

use 125% for 48 Contingous States. as Mew points out, depends on your household size.

I thought it was 100% for I-134, unless otherwise asked by the consulate/embassy (e.g., Brazil).

i'm not completely positive, but i thought it was the same for I-134 and I-864. it doesn't state in the instructions for the I-134. you could be right.

Do the same income requirements apply to all immigrant visa applicants even if they use the I-134?

No. The 125 percent minimum income requirement, the need for the most recent year's tax return and other requirements only apply when an I-864 is needed. Applicants using the I-134 will need to show that their sponsor's income is 100 percent of federal poverty guidelines as required under Section 212(a)(4) of the INA.

from http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/info/info_1328.html

So, yes, 100%, unless the consulate/embassy asks for 125%.


I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

Timeline (incompleta)

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I stand corrected. if you do meet the 125% requirement, at least you'll have peace of mind, as far as income required, when it comes time to AOS.


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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Christina,

That's a lot of assets for someone with such a low income. Be prepared to explain.

What are those three "current balance" figures? They add up to about $11,000, but you say that your bank savings is $22,000.

Yodrak

Is this enough money

I have $16,624 in my annual income

I have deposit in savings in banks in the United States $22,000

I have other property value at $250,000.

I own real estate value at $300,000

I have zero dollars in debt

current balance is $6,414.27 , $3,065.49 and $1,563.27

I own three different bank accounts is this enough money for the fiancial issue?

Sincerly a fiancee in waiting,

Christina

help of my sponser

Edited by Yodrak

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