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Cheers! My fiance and I submitted the K-1 just about a month ago and received the NOA1. I graduated last May and started a new job, making well over the required min 20k/year. I am considering becoming self-employed before we receive the NOA2. What are the ramifications? I won't have tax documents available yet for my self-employed income by the time we get ready for the interview, but I would be able to show proof of income.
I have a question. My fiance is from El Salvador, and we are currently working on filling out the I-129f form. The problem is that he has worked since he was a child in his families business. Because of the violence in El Salvador, they do not have a franchise name or business name. They have a bakery in their home and make bread specifically to sell to stores, who then sell the bread to people. So the question is, what would we put in his employment history? 1.) He has been working with his family since he was a child, which is not common practice in the USA. 2.) There is no employer name due to the family business not having a business name etc. 3.) Would we have to provide them with documentation of proof of their business, like receipts etc.? Please help. Thank you.
Hello! I am looking for the information about the petitioner changing jobs while we are waiting for NOA2. My fiancé (the petitioner) had a part-time job when we filed I-129F in November as well as he was a student. He graduated on December, 2017 and now he has started his own business with business license, and that's different from the part-time job he did while he was in school. He got his business license for his business in April 2017, bus since he was still in school, he wasn't really making money yet as a self-employee. So we only listed him as a student and also listed his part-time job on the employment history as current employment history. He is filing the tax for his business this year as 1099 since he made money off of it once school ended, and it made me realized that maybe we should have listed his own business in I-129F as well...? If so, should we mail his job information to USCIS? Since his business really started after we filed I-129F, do you think it would be okay if I bring a proof that he has a new job when I have an interview, and not mailing them about his business beforehand?? Since he is self-employed, there won't be any letter from the company or something like that unless it would be okay that he wrote himself a letter...? We are thinking that a copy of his business license and a copy of the rental lease he is renting for his business. I know I am writing the two different questions here, and I bet it is confusing..haha So please let me know if you need the clarification. We are a November filer so we still have a lot of time to wait until NOA2, but we would like to gather information from now so we are ready to receive NOA2. Thank you for reading my post. Any advice is appreciated!:)
Hi all, I'm still filling out the I-130/I-130A forms for the initial submission and have a question on phrasing for the Beneficiary's employment status. I (the Petitioner) am self-employed (sole proprietor) in Japan, and she works for me, as declared both in US and Japanese taxes. I do not have corporate status in either country, but I do have a business name registered here in Japan. I'm guessing I use either my name or the business name as her employer? Either would be truthful, just not sure which they would expect in such a case. Also, before that she was a SAHM with our son. Her last job was just over 5 years ago. List as "unemployed" under Employer 2 or just leave blank?