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im bringing my spouse and my stepdaughter that 18 yrs now the I130 Has been approved, my question is how much money do i need to have in the bank,for the AOS i believe based on the income guide line that i make enough salary for them i make, 37,000 a yr.. pls any info i greatly appreciated.. thank you

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im bringing my spouse and my stepdaughter that 18 yrs now the I130 Has been approved, my question is how much money do i need to have in the bank,for the AOS i believe based on the income guide line that i make enough salary for them i make, 37,000 a yr.. pls any info i greatly appreciated.. thank you

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You need evidence of income, bank information is optional if your income is sufficient. It is.


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im bringing my spouse and my stepdaughter that 18 yrs now the I130 Has been approved, my question is how much money do i need to have in the bank,for the AOS i believe based on the income guide line that i make enough salary for them i make, 37,000 a yr.. pls any info i greatly appreciated.. thank you

You don't need to have any money in the bank. What you do need is proof of income that you can support your spouse, ie: pay stubs and tax returns.

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You don't need to have anything in your bank account, I mean if you have a savings account with money in it, you can request for the bank to give an account letter stating how much you have...but its not mandatory at all. As long as you meet the income requirements.

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You need evidence of income, bank information is optional if your income is sufficient. It is.

thank you so much

You don't need to have anything in your bank account, I mean if you have a savings account with money in it, you can request for the bank to give an account letter stating how much you have...but its not mandatory at all. As long as you meet the income requirements.

thank you i think i meet the 125% poverty level guideline..

thank you all for your advice and your input, is of great help to me and others in the VJ thank you

You don't need to have anything in your bank account, I mean if you have a savings account with money in it, you can request for the bank to give an account letter stating how much you have...but its not mandatory at all. As long as you meet the income requirements.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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*** moving from AOS from Family visa to CR-1 visa forum as OP is talking about AOS= Affidavit of Support, not AOS= Adjustment of Status ****


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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I-864P, Poverty Guidelines: This form is used to determine the minimum income requirement needed to complete Form I-864, Affidavit of Support under Section 213A of the Immigration and Nationality Act

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864p.pdf


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Send I-130 : 06/08/2011
Touched : 06/13/2011
got a NOA1 by e-mail and SMS : 06/15/2011
got "I-797C" hard copy of NOA1 : 06/20/2011
got RFE "I-797E" : 10/15/2011
RFE Reply : 12/15/2011
Touched : 12/16/2011
I-130 Approved : 12/20/2011
got "I-797" hard copy of NOA2 : 12/24/2011
Your I-130 was approved in 183 days from your NOA1 date.


NVC
NVC Case Number : 01/13/2012
Pay "$88" AOS Bill and e-mailed DS-3032 : 02/08/2012
Email from NVC, DS-3032 Accepted : 02/09/2012
AOS Fee Shows PAID : 02/09/2012
IV fee invoiced "$404" : 02/10/2012
IV fee invoiced "$230" : 04/18/2012
Pay "$230" IV Bill : 04/30/2012
IV Fee Shows PAID : 05/02/2012
Send AOS and IV packet : 06/09/2012
AOS and IV packet Received : 06/22/2012
Case completed at NVC : 06/29/2012

Interview Date : 08/28/2012 "Denied"

Case Reaffirmed : 07/16/2013

Second interview - Approved : 10/24/2013

Visa Issued : 10/29/2013

Visa in hand : 10/31/2013

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I-864P, Poverty Guidelines: This form is used to determine the minimum income requirement needed to complete Form I-864, Affidavit of Support under Section 213A of the Immigration and Nationality Act

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864p.pdf

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*** moving from AOS from Family visa to CR-1 visa forum as OP is talking about AOS= Affidavit of Support, not AOS= Adjustment of Status ****

sorry my mistake yes it is the affidavit of support that i meant.. thank you..

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