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Have some questions about the I-134...

Left my job to get my house ready to sell. So don't have a job right now. My tax returns show 4 times the poverty level for the last 3 years. My soon to be wife and I are moving to another state once she is here in the U.S. We are downsizing and she has the final word on what we keep, sell or donate. I have more than 3 times the poverty level in a saving account. As well as, about $180K in equity in the house and other things I own. I think this should be fine but after poking around I'm not sure... Advise?

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Have some questions about the I-134...

Left my job to get my house ready to sell. So don't have a job right now. My tax returns show 4 times the poverty level for the last 3 years. My soon to be wife and I are moving to another state once she is here in the U.S. We are downsizing and she has the final word on what we keep, sell or donate. I have more than 3 times the poverty level in a saving account. As well as, about $180K in equity in the house and other things I own. I think this should be fine but after poking around I'm not sure... Advise?

More than fine. The idea is that you can support her until she can work legally so the government does not need to support her.

They look into multiple factors - that why they do not only let you enter the income but also other assets and investments.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Thank you very much! As I'm sure others do, if you look hard enough, you will find something that seems like it won't work.

Thanks again

More than fine. The idea is that you can support her until she can work legally so the government does not need to support her.

They look into multiple factors - that why they do not only let you enter the income but also other assets and investments.

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