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Question about Affidavit of Support

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According to the timeline on here, we may be about 45-60 days out from our NOA2 so starting to think about the AoS. Reviewing over the document, question came up in the real estate portion. My sister owns some land and we are in the process of doing a land split/construction loan for me to build on this property which I expect to close on in about 60-75 days. Do I just fill out the AoS as accurate and true on the date of signing this document (no real estate or debt), and then explain under the Additional Information by the time this gets evaluated, I may own real estate and have construction loan debt?

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You will fill out AOS as accurate on the date of signing without any info on what’ll happen in the future. If any parameter changes before AOS is evaluated, you are supposed to provide updated AOS


Spouse:

2015-06-16: I-130 Sent

2015-08-17: I-130 approved

2015-09-23: NVC received file

2015-10-05: NVC assigned Case number, Invoice ID & Beneficiary ID

2016-06-30: DS-261 completed, AOS Fee Paid, WL received

2016-07-05: Received IV invoice, IV Fee Paid

2016-07-06: DS-260 Submitted

2016-07-07: AOS and IV Package mailed

2016-07-08: NVC Scan

2016-08-08: Case Complete

2017-06-30: Interview, approved

2017-07-04: Visa in hand

2017-08-01: Entry to US

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Myself:

2016-05-10: N-400 Sent

2016-05-16: N-400 NOA1

2016-05-26: Biometrics

2017-01-30: Interview

2017-03-02: Oath Ceremony

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Generally the AOS pertains to current income.  Unless your real estate will impact your income such as providing rental income, there is not much reason to include that.  However, as stated before, the AOS must be current when you file.  Depending upon your time line it is likely that the transfer and transactions necessary for building a home will not be completed before you file for AOS.  Remember, mostly the government is concerned that you have enough income to support you, your spouse and any family members.  Check the income guidelines to confirm you still have adequate income as the levels do change.  Best of luck.

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