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24 minutes ago, Mr Genuis said:

Hello everyone. PLease I need help here. Has someone used 21 000 dollars before as anual income without a joint sponsor during interview?. What was the outcone of the visa? What was your expirence?

My husband was just ever so slightly above the 125% when we initially filed (due mostly to job loss).  We didn’t have any problems at the K1 or AoS stage.  Each case is unique though, and we had a co-sponsor as a backup if needed, so that may be something to look into if you’re worried.

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Remember:

That the 125% level is the support minimum and the CO can still  deny due to the potential of being a public charge.

DCF cases often need a joint sponsor because the petitioner may not have US based income.  When I did our DCF the CO was more interested in my savings compared to my earnings.

 

Depending on your case having a joint sponsor as a backup is a good idea.


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1 hour ago, Paul & Mary said:

Remember:

That the 125% level is the support minimum and the CO can still  deny due to the potential of being a public charge.

DCF cases often need a joint sponsor because the petitioner may not have US based income.  When I did our DCF the CO was more interested in my savings compared to my earnings.

 

Depending on your case having a joint sponsor as a backup is a good idea.

Thanks

1 hour ago, Cryssiekins said:

My husband was just ever so slightly above the 125% when we initially filed (due mostly to job loss).  We didn’t have any problems at the K1 or AoS stage.  Each case is unique though, and we had a co-sponsor as a backup if needed, so that may be something to look into if you’re worried.

Thanks

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