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Form I-864 part 7

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Hello everyone,

I'm filing form I-864 and curious as to whether I should fill out Part 7 (Use of assets to supplement income).

My current annual income is around $4,000 greater than the 125% poverty level which is backed up by a letter of employment and 6 months of pay stubs.

However, I have only had this job for around 10 months and so on my most recent tax return I was a couple thousand dollars below the 125% poverty level. I'm wondering if I should fill out Part 7 and attach bank statements and student loan information showing my net assets, which if added to my 2011 tax return would be over the 125% poverty line.

I have no problem filling out part 7 and providing the necessary evidence, but I wouldn't want to add extraneous information that would delay our case being processed.

Thanks very much for any responses!


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No need to fill out that part, that section is in case you don't meet the minimun income required, then you can list your assets to kind of compensate. Since you are above, you don't need to fill it out.


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Your above the 125%, leave it blank.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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By what you wrote... sounds like you're fine not using question 7. You're newer at your current job (10 months), but your fairly close to at least a year there and will be by the time the process really gets going. Adding your letter of employment and stubs is a very good move.

A note on employment letter: if you're doing well at your job and the outlook for continued employment with the same place is very good, you may want to have your supervisor/manager (whomever is making the letter for you add a little plus in your employment letter (such as being a valued employee and a little something about job security). Employment letters are often just verification letters, which is very good, but a little something more about you as an employee there and your standing is even better/helpful. If you have a good relationship with your supervisor/manager, you may want to revisit that thought. (Not required, but, in my opinion just helps solidify things a little).

Also bear in mind, if there are any details you feel you want to clarify, you can also attach a personal statement to your DS-230.

Best Wishes,

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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///CORRECTION///

I'm very sorry about the oversight. In my previous post I made mention of the option of attaching a personal statement to your "DS-230"... I had meant to write I-864.... NOT DS-230. Just clarifying for you and others who may read this post afterwards.

Best Wishes,

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