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Hello, everyone!!

I (beneficiary) need a help with I-864 form!

I just got a notice from USCIS asking me to send supporting documents since the assets not meet the guideline. Can the saving and checking balance work as a supporting document? (for 3)

Also, I have worked in US under OPT (Optional Practical Training-paid taxes and filed tax as nonresidence) I also have a condo (one unit) in US. Can I use my assets as well? If so, can I just add my assets to I-864form my husband filled out or do I need to fill it out separately?

Some lawyers say no but some say yes, I have no clear idea.

 

 

Thank you a lot and have a great day! 

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There is a part on the I-864 for you (the beneficiary) to list assets if need be. I think in your case you can list your condo as an asset, and you can list any significant savings in the bank.

No need for a separate form and it would not work anyway. Good for you to have paid taxes, but your tax returns are not required (or requested) either. Your husband/sponsor has to send in all the supporting documents such as tax returns, recent pay stubs, W-2s, employment letter, and can list assets, savings etc. if his income does not meet 125% of the poverty line for 2016.


 

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