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Question about i129F

Question about i129F

Old Dec 30th 2001, 4:28 pm
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Lawrence Ong
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Hi All,

I was going through the requirements for filling up the i129F,and I was wondering:
1. The INS would require 3 consecutive past years of income tax return. Do all of
these returns have to meet or exceed the 125% of current poverty guideline?
2. Has anyone tried using the assets of the immigrant and are there any issues
associated with it?

thanks, Lawrence
 
Old Dec 30th 2001, 6:00 pm
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Alvena Ferreira
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Lawrence Ong wrote:
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No, they do not all have to exceed the 125% requirement. Usually they look the
hardest at the current income/job, and the previous one year's income, however bear
in mind, at most consulates you do not have to file tax returns unless you are
self-employed. You only file them at AOS.

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I have heard of some who used assets, and the I-864 affidavit plainly states you
can. Alvena
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Old Jan 1st 2002, 6:48 pm
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Ben Johnson
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Alvena,

The original question was regarding the I-129F which means, the 864 does not apply.

I am not positive, but I don't think you can use the immigrants assets any more than
you could use their income, for the I-134 (or otherwise meeting the income
requirements for the consulate) for the issuance of a K-1

Ben


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Old Jan 1st 2002, 10:17 pm
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Alvena Ferreira
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Ben Johnson wrote:
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It's a non-issue really. The immigrant can transfer assets into the US citizen's bank
account under the US citizen's name, and that problem is quickly solved. Alvena
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Doc Steen Site: http://www.mindspring.com/~docsteen/...o/visainfo.htm
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I am not a lawyer and this is not immigration advice. This is my personal opinion,
posted for the purpose of discussion only. Locate an immigration attorney in your
area at: http://www.aila.org
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Old Jan 2nd 2002, 12:27 am
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Ben Johnson
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Right.....but then they would not be the immigrants assets

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