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I am going to file spousal visa after marraige in 3,4 months. I may have enough income this year to support my spouse and quite possible i may not.

   However i have earned good income in past and i have money in my checking account which would be enought to make any difference with 3x assets rule. My bank statements show monthly check deposits in account for last 3 years.

  However,  my checking account doesn't give me any interest. I opened a new saving account that gives 2.3% interest that i would like to get.

 

Now question: if i transfer my savings to this new saving account,  can i use that money as an asset to support, they dont require money in bank for atleast a year or something like that? 

   I think by the time i pull statement to support her, it would already be at least 8,9 months of statement of my new bank account.

 Thanks

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