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Questions for I 134 income/asset info
11:16 pm March 29, 2020

TeamWelshican



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Hello,

Seeing if anyone can help has the instructions for this application was less than helpful.

Q1.

With annual income should I just use what my tax return showed for 2019 or should I calculate my hourly by 40 hrs each week?

I also get SSI for my son because my ex husband is on disability and has a family fund account, which I include in my taxes. Would I also want to add that has well? Then there is child support each month, which I don't put on my taxes cause you don't have to since it's not taxable income or required.

The reason I'm not sure what all to include is my company also had a ton of overtime last year due to switching systems, which is time and a half for me, which means I got about 7 months of overtime when normally its about 3 or 4 months each yr.

I may be over thinking all this I'm sure, but I don't wanna be accused of inflating my income or anything. I make well above the 125%

So would it be best to just do tax transcipt amount plus child support OR calculate hourly, SSI, and child support all together?

Q2.

What does other personal property entail?

I have a car on finance

I have a car sitting dead in my garage that's like worth 100 bucks

I rent and own no property

Do TVs, furniture etc. get included in that?

Q3.

Checking and saving accounts. Do i just use Round that number because I mean when I put a number in there it could be a few hundred difference by the time a CO looks at it.

Q4

I personally dont have insurance policy on me but if my company does do I put that, I think they do when I sign up for insurance renewal but can't remember. No idea what a cash surrender value is either.

Thanks in advance, sorry of these kind of things have been answered before.



 
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If You Feel Sick, Please Consider Canceling and Rescheduling Your USCIS Appointment
7:36 pm March 12, 2020

Boiler



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ALERT: Rescheduling Appointments Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

If you become ill for any reason, regardless of whether you were exposed to COVID-19, please do not come to appointments with any USCIS office.
Please follow the instructions on your appointment notice to reschedule your appointment or interview if you:

  • Were in any country designated as a "level 3" by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) within 14 days of your appointment;
  • Believe that you may have been exposed to COVID-19 (even if you were not recently in any level 3 country); or
  • Are experiencing flu-like symptoms (such as a runny nose, headache, cough, sore throat or fever).

Visit coronavirus.gov for a complete list of CDC travel health notices.

We will help you reschedule your appointment without penalty when you are healthy.

USCIS wants to ensure the safety of those whom we serve and our employees. Please do not visit a USCIS office if you are sick or start to feel symptoms of being sick. We will help you reschedule your appointment, without penalty, when you are better. If you have an illness or are exhibiting symptoms, we recommend you cancel and reschedule your USCIS appointment. Some illnesses and symptoms include:

  • A cold or the flu
  • Fever or nausea
  • Severe headaches or body aches
  • Muscle or stomach pain, chest pain or difficulty breathing
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Active tuberculosis (TB)
  • Mumps, measles, chickenpox
  • Other contagious disease

If you need to reschedule an appointment

Please follow the instructions on your appointment notice to reschedule your appointment. There is no penalty if you reschedule your appointment.

If you come to a USCIS office when you are sick

For the safety of our employees and those that we serve, if you or someone with you appears ill or meets any of the conditions listed above, the officer may cancel your appointment or interview. We will assist you in rescheduling your appointment, without any penalty.

https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-a-uscis-office/if-you-feel-sick-please-consider-canceling-and-rescheduling-your-uscis-appointment



 
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Coronavirus K1 entry
11:43 am March 11, 2020

Mat19

Mat19

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Hi all,

I m flying out to the Us on my k-1 Visa next month from the UK.

My visa is due to expire at the end of April. Does anyone know if travel is restricted due to the Coronavirus outbreak if that could be extended in special circumstances?

Thanks



 
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DS-160, CEAC and scheduling for medical/interview
7:43 pm February 22, 2020

Aaron&Clari

Aaron&Clari

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Hello,

I have received through the post from the US Embassy London a letter stating that they have received our approved petition in support of the K-1 visa application. They then refer to the London US Embassy portal "Applying For the Visa" for detailed instructions on preparing for my visa interview and scheduling the appointment.

Could anyone point me in the right direction to the next steps, please? I have read about the DS-160, but I need a DS application number, which I do not have. How am I to get one? Is this done through the CEAC website - and on that website, is the K-1 classed as an Immigrant or Non-Immigrant Visa (there always seems to be some confusion on this point in some stages)?

I believe that the documents required is straightforward. There is the recommendation/almost-requirement of Form I-134 (Affadavit Of Support), which is fine. And a new ACRO police certificate is required. But the biggest headache seems to be registering for couriers, this DS-160 in order for scheduling the medical and interview.

We thank you for your help in this!



 
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Anyone who's had interview ever had a request for more information?
8:48 pm February 8, 2020

trandy



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Just wondering if anyone who's had their citizenship interview been told that they need more documentation before they can proceed?

Usually via the N-14 document.

And if so, how long the process took?



 
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