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Foreclosure and Change of Address

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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We are in the last stages of our K1 visa process. The I-129F was approved in February of this year and we haven't scheduled my fiance's US Embassy interview yet. I live with my mom and she's my co-sponsor, but they are foreclosing on her house, which is in her name. However,she has an income well over the poverty line.

My mom and I are moving soon, in with a family friend, and my fiance will be moving there too, should he be given his visa after the interview.

Will our situation cause him to be denied entry even though we will ensure that he wont become a "public charge" and he will have a place to live?

Any advice would be appreciated.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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We are in the last stages of our K1 visa process. The I-129F was approved in February of this year and we haven't scheduled my fiance's US Embassy interview yet. I live with my mom and she's my co-sponsor, but they are foreclosing on her house, which is in her name. However,she has an income well over the poverty line.

My mom and I are moving soon, in with a family friend, and my fiance will be moving there too, should he be given his visa after the interview.

Will our situation cause him to be denied entry even though we will ensure that he wont become a "public charge" and he will have a place to live?

Any advice would be appreciated.

No. As long as your co-sponsor has adequaye income they do not care about foreclosure, dreit rating, etc. They do not even ask.

Your only concern will be documenting that you are living together as husband and wife, try to get some documentation of where you are living, even a lease to rent a room for example. Something in writing. There is no problem with living at a relative's or friends, per se, just being able to porve it is more difficult.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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No. As long as your co-sponsor has adequaye income they do not care about foreclosure, dreit rating, etc. They do not even ask.

Your only concern will be documenting that you are living together as husband and wife, try to get some documentation of where you are living, even a lease to rent a room for example. Something in writing. There is no problem with living at a relative's or friends, per se, just being able to porve it is more difficult.

Thank you very much, that is helpful and a lot of stress is off of me now :) I think I can get proof of address with mail in my name, maybe I could write to him from the new address and he can use it for evidence too.

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