Archive for the ‘ Joint Sponsor’ Category

30Apr2019
I Can’t Find a Joint Sponsor! Now What?

My I-130 has been approved for seven months now, but I can’t find an affidavit of support joint sponsor because my daughter who filed for us is a student. How can you help? RapidVisa cannot be your joint sponsor, unfortunately. So we don’t have any service related to this. However, once you have found a […]

22Mar2019
Does Barely Meeting The Income Requirement Cut It in Immigration?

With the extreme vetting that’s going on here over the last six to 12 months, we’re seeing more RFEs, more requests for evidence where the income is just barely over the minimum required amount. We’ve had quite a few cases come through where they were $700, $800, $900 or more over the annual income required, but […]

12Feb2019
Does My Joint Sponsor Need To Live With Or Near Me?

No. A joint sponsor can be any US citizen or legal permanent resident who is at least 18 years old and meets the income requirements. Please be advised that some embassies don’t allow the use of joint sponsors for fiance visas. Among these is the Philippines and Vietnam, among others. Please call your embassy to […]

29Nov2018
Sponsoring an Alien – Work History & Using Assets

I’m curious about being a sponsor. How long do I need to be at my job for proof of income, and how do I use my home to sponsor my spouse? If I want to bring a foreign individual to the USA, be that a spouse or a child or a parent, or a brother, […]

10Jan2018
Can an Unemployed US Fiance Sponsor an Alien?
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Hasan asks “My fiance is jobless. It’s been four months since she had her mom be a joint sponsor. Do you think it’ll work?” That’s a good question. It comes down to the income of the mother. If the mother’s income is solid then it’s not going to be a problem. So, that’s really what […]

10Oct2017
Is a Joint Sponsor for an Immigrant Visa Required to Be Blood Related?
Joint Sponsor Blood Relatives Only

Raffa Erica Tibay, Is the co-sponsor need to be blood related? The answer is no. Co-sponsor can be anybody, friend, a relative. They have to be a US Citizen or lawful permanent resident. In other words, they got to be a green card holder and residing in the United States and they have to be […]

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