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Thread: another question :)

  1. #1
    Guest
    Ok....when my BF came to visit from the UK we talked about eventually getting married....so I sent for the fiance visa app....but never filed it....

    After he had been here for a while we both decided we couldnt bear to be apart and now want to get married and file an AOS.....but in all my reading I had a moment of panic over sending for the other app even though it has never been filed.

    Also the affidavit of support worries me....I make a decent living but it still wont qualify under the guidelines...any help would be appreciated here....thanks!

  2. #2
    Guest
    Ok....when my BF came to visit from the UK we talked about eventually getting married....so I sent for the fiance visa app....but never filed it....

    After he had been here for a while we both decided we couldnt bear to be apart and now want to get married and file an AOS.....but in all my reading I had a moment of panic over sending for the other app even though it has never been filed.

    Also the affidavit of support worries me....I make a decent living but it still wont qualify under the guidelines...any help would be appreciated here....thanks!

  3. #3
    Guest
    No worries, just get married and file your AOS. I know how it is I don't think you'll have any problems.

    As for the affidavit of support, you could have a co-sponsor like your parents. That's what we had to do.

  4. #4
    Guest
    My parents wont...and I'm not sure who i could get that would

  5. #5
    Guest
    Just remember that the Avadavit of Support is binding on the person who signs it for a VERY LONG TIME! Even if your marriage breaks up and you withdraw your petition, whomever signs it is still financially liable. You may have a hard time finding someone who is willing to do that. Are you sure you do not qualify? The amount is not that high...

  6. #6
    Guest
    We found that the amount thats was needed was $20000 a year. I live in a small town with limited jobs. I work full time for $7hr and have 2 kids. It pays our bills and keeps us fed, but it wont qualify for the amount specified.

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