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Hi everyone! I will have my appointment interview this 2nd week of May. Im just so scared right now cause my fiance income tax refund last 2018 was too low. One of the reason is that he visited me here in the philippines twice last year for 1month and half. And plus he has two kids and they are not included in his dependent in affidavit of support cause its in the custody of his ex.Does anyone have this kind of situation?please help me! Im very nervoue right now😞.thank you everyone!

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7 minutes ago, Makopanda said:

Hi everyone! I will have my appointment interview this 2nd week of May. Im just so scared right now cause my fiance income tax refund last 2018 was too low. One of the reason is that he visited me here in the philippines twice last year for 1month and half. And plus he has two kids and they are not included in his dependent in affidavit of support cause its in the custody of his ex.Does anyone have this kind of situation?please help me! Im very nervoue right now😞.thank you everyone!

Are you talking about the tax refund or the tax return? USCIS doesn't care about the refund, they do care about the tax return, since that is a reflection of his income over 2018 (assuming he declared all his income over 2018)

 

If he can't prove he makes at least 100% to 125% of the poverty line (you'll need 125 for AOS and some officers won't approve a visa with just the 100% necessary for the K1) you'll need a co sponsor or assets (not sure how the whole asset thing works, but maybe someone else can chip in on that)

On top of this, I see you're going to live in one of the most expensive places in the USA. This is something that the IO takes into consideration, so even if he barely makes enough your best bet get a co-sponsor, just to be sure.

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Yah im sorry it was tax return. The problem is in the philippines they dont allow a co sponsor. We already asked about it but they only allow it for the spouse visa.im so scared right now cause i saw some negative comments about itr😭

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54 minutes ago, Makopanda said:

Yah im sorry it was tax return. The problem is in the philippines they dont allow a co sponsor. We already asked about it but they only allow it for the spouse visa

What visa are you applying for?

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16 hours ago, Makopanda said:

And plus he has two kids and they are not included in his dependent in affidavit of support cause its in the custody of his ex.

If his children are his responsibility financially (i.e., he pays child support), then they have to be included on the I-134.  He will need to correct the I-134 and send you a new one before your interview.  What is his annual income for 2018?  What is his current income?  Total household size including the dependent children he does not have custody of?  These are more relevant questions to help you know what needs to be done in preparation for your interview, especially if your consulate does not allow co-sponsors for K-1.  Better to know at this point rather than take a chance that you might be denied because of 1) false information on the I-134, or 2) insufficient income to sponsor you and his dependent children.

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17 hours ago, Makopanda said:

Yah im sorry it was tax return. The problem is in the philippines they dont allow a co sponsor. We already asked about it but they only allow it for the spouse visa.im so scared right now cause i saw some negative comments about itr😭

That's not correct.  USEM does accept cosponsors but on a case basis. Most times USEM doesn't even ask for financials and haven't for years. They still reserve the right to require financials so it's best to be prepared. 


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