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Hi all, 

I have couple of questions about filling out AoS form:

 

  1. In the AoS instruction PDF file says: "Evidence should consist of copies of ANY of the documents listed below that apply to your situation."

                  "A. Statement from an officer of the bank or other financial institutions with deposits, identifying the following details regarding the account:
                             (1) Date account opened; (2) Total amount deposited for the past year; and (3) Present balance.
                   B. Statement(s) from your employer on business stationery showing:
                             (1) Date and nature of employment; (2) Salary paid; and (3) Whether the position is temporary or permanent.
                   C. If self-employed:
                             (1) Copy of last income tax return filed; or (2) Report of commercial rating concern.
                   D. List containing serial numbers and denominations of bonds and name of record owner(s)."

             Regarding that, if the co-sponsor is not willing to show all the deposits on his/her account since it's a shared account, will it be enough to submit the supporting documents just under B section?

             And since not self employed the co-sponsor is not supposed to submit the tax return, W2?

       2. (Section: Part 3, question 4)If the annual income from co-sponsor is good enough, in this case 60k+, does the co-sponsor have to show the savings balance or it can be N/A.

       3. (Section: Part 3 question 8.a.) If the real estate is shared does it have to be filled out and if yes how does that impact the value we are supposed to put in?

       4. (Section: Part 3 question 26-29) Does this have to be filled out on co-sponsor's form or only on the petitioner's form?     

 

I hope this is clear enough.. Sorry for a long post.

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14 hours ago, LegalAlienn said:

 Regarding that, if the co-sponsor is not willing to show all the deposits on his/her account since it's a shared account, will it be enough to submit the supporting documents just under B section?

That is why it say ANY.  It gives the co sponsor options.

 

14 hours ago, LegalAlienn said:

(Section: Part 3, question 4)If the annual income from co-sponsor is good enough, in this case 60k+, does the co-sponsor have to show the savings balance or it can be N/A.

If the question applies answer it.  Otherwise enter N/A

14 hours ago, LegalAlienn said:

(Section: Part 3 question 8.a.) If the real estate is shared does it have to be filled out and if yes how does that impact the value we are supposed to put in?

The I-134 gives the choice of earnings (wages) over assets.

 

OP how are you planning on filing the I-864 for your AOS?   Are the same issues going to come up with sponsorship?


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The copy of tax return/transcript could be an embassy requirement not necessarily as listed for the I-134.   Need to look at what the embassy states in their documents checklist.


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Well if the annual income is 3 times above the poverty guidelines, I feel like there’s no need to show all the savings, which is completely understandable from the sponsors side not to show, I think. 
 

Speaking of i184 for AOS, we still have not looked at that one, but there will probably be the same circumstances. 
 

3 hours ago, Hank_ said:

The copy of tax return/transcript could be an embassy requirement not necessarily as listed for the I-134.   Need to look at what the embassy states in their documents checklist.

That means we need to wait for P3 right?

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Just now, LegalAlienn said:

Well if the annual income is 3 times above the poverty guidelines, I feel like there’s no need to show all the savings, which is completely understandable from the sponsors side not to show, I think. 
 

Speaking of i184 for AOS, we still have not looked at that one, but there will probably be the same circumstances. 
 

That means we need to wait for P3 right?

 

If that is how your embassy handles things .. then YES.


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6 hours ago, Paul & Mary said:

OP how are you planning on filing the I-864 for your AOS?   Are the same issues going to come up with sponsorship?

So I just looked at i864 after you mentioned it and this is what I see on it.

 

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I feel like following the same rule for i-134 will make it work as well!

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to your first post - we provided everything that applied to the Sponsor


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