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Looking for advice on Part 3 of the I-134 Form. This section asks for Sponsor's Employer, Income, and Assets. I have substantial annual income and savings. Given this, I am not sure if it is necessary to answer additional questions regarding assets and real estate. For folks who have been in similar situation, did you answer the following sections? And did you provide supporting documentation/evidence? Really just trying to determine if necessary to provide this info. Would like to avoid the extra work for providing evidence for these sections if not an absolute must. I am wondering if necessary to provide the following: 5. Value of Personal Property- should i include value of cars and other large assets I own? And if you have done so, what kind of documentation, if any, did you provide as evidence? 7a. Life insurance Sum - I do have life insurance but not sure if necessary to list here? If you have listed your life insurance, did you provide documentation for this? 8a. and 8b. Real Estate - Should I list home value and my mortgage? For folks that have done so, did you provide evidence to support this? Would an appraisal from previous re-fi suffice? And/or should I add comps of similar homes in my area that have sold recently? I have already included information of my mortgage with my bank statements/documents. Thank you! i-134 (1).pdf
Hi, I am US citizen and about to send I-130 package for my sister. I am sending the following supporting documentation. Am I missing anything? Thanks in advance! 1. G-1450 Credit Card Transaction Authorization for the amount of $535.00 to cover the filing fee; 2. G-1145, E-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance; 3. Form I-130 Petition for Alien Relative; 4. Naturalization certificate of the petitioner; 5. Birth certificate of the petitioner; 6. Birth certificate of the beneficiary; 7. Marriage certificate of the beneficiary (because of name change after marriage)