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Affidavit from Non dom, non resident sponsor - anyone have any experience?

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Was wondering if anybody had any experiences they could share on having a sponsor who is non domiciled or resident in the USA? My wife is a UK / USA dual national but never actually lived in the USA.

We intend to move to the USA with our 2 children in spring 2017 and I already have a job lined up as a transfer with my current UK employer, she is not going to work initially. This is not a good fit for the affidavit process and I realise we are going to need to make a compelling case to prove that she is going to domicile and that we will have a secured income.

Any thoughts much appreciated.

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Was wondering if anybody had any experiences they could share on having a sponsor who is non domiciled or resident in the USA? My wife is a UK / USA dual national but never actually lived in the USA.

We intend to move to the USA with our 2 children in spring 2017 and I already have a job lined up as a transfer with my current UK employer, she is not going to work initially. This is not a good fit for the affidavit process and I realise we are going to need to make a compelling case to prove that she is going to domicile and that we will have a secured income.

Any thoughts much appreciated.

Your case is a self-sponsor. Check out the I-864 you will be sponsoring yourself since your job is a transfer.

Your wife still needs to show proof of establishing domicile in US.


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If you are doing a transfer from within your company, I assume you are getting a L visa? That visa is dual intent so I'd just move and then self-sponsor yourself for an Adjustment of Status based on your job in the US.


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It needs to be a spousal visa as I am not transferring in a managerial capacity or with any specialist knowledge...

She has never filed US taxes.

You know the ins and outs of the company so I assume you have specialist knowledge of it. No?


AOS for my husband
8/17/10: INTERVIEW DAY (day 123) APPROVED!!

ROC:
5/23/12: Sent out package
2/06/13: APPROVED!

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