2019 Income Eligibility requirements for K1 Fiance Visa

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The 2019 requirements have risen $450 from last year. In order to successfully be approved for a K1 Fiance visa
that allows your fiancee to travel to the USA, US immigration
must be confident that you, the US sponsor, have enough
financial strength, to support and feed your future
family. They must be convinced that there is no chance
your new family would need public benefits such as welfare,
or food stamps to survive.

At the end of the Fiance Visa process, your Fiance attends
the interview at the US consulate, this is when approval
or denial is granted. And this is the time that your
financial evidences are submitted.

It is critical to understand BEFORE you apply, what the
requirements are, to avoid surprises and denial. Especially
as the amount the requirements have increased this year from
last year, is much greater than we've seen in decades.

I am Fred Wahl the VisaCoach and I help you
get through a confusing and frustrating Immigration
process so you can have a happy life together in the USA
with your foreign partner.

Today I will share with you what the Financial requirements
in 2019 are and how to demonstrate that you meet them.

And if you can't meet them, what can you do.

And if your Fiancee is from Philippines, Vietnam, Nigeria or Indonesia,
please watch to the end, because towards the end of this video
I've got some bad news for those whose income is too low.
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Now, on to today's topic.
"What are the Income requirements to obtain a Fiance Visa in 2019?"

In order to successfully petition for your fiancee to come to the USA,
the US citizen sponsor must demonstrate to Immigration
he or she has enough income coming in, to support future spouse, and household.

The way the financial eligibility calculation works:

The sponsor's annual income, adjusted for the number of dependents his
combined household will have, should be at least 100%
of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
poverty guideline for his state.

Each year in February or March the Department of Health and Human Services
publishes their Poverty Guidelines. As announced in 2019
the guidelines have risen about $ 450 from last year.

As of March 2019, for residents in the continental
US the Financial Eligibility Thresholds for K1 Fiance Visas
are as follows.

Required Annual Income
$16,910, if 2 Persons in Family or Household
$21,330, if 3 Persons in Family or Household
$25,750, if 4 Persons in Family or Household

For each Additional person add $4,420

The Financial eligibility thresholds are lower for
active military, and higher for residents of Alaska or Hawaii.

To demonstrate his income, the US sponsor
normally provides his most recent Federal Tax Return,
3 to 6 pay stubs showing 'Year to date' earnings,
plus a letter from his employer confirming his
job, and what his annual pay is.

Cash Assets can count as an alternate to income.

In some cases a sponsors income may be low, but he has
'money in the bank'. Cash assets, can be used as
a substitute for annual income. 'Cash' assets
are assets which can be easily converted (sold)
to cash. For example: stocks, bonds, certificates of
deposit, cash in a checking account can be used.
Other assets that can NOT be easily turned to cash
with the EXCEPTION of equity in his home, are not useable.

$5 cash assets = $1 annual income

For example, a retired American Fiancee Visa sponsor
living in the continental USA, with NO income, and
no dependents would need to have

Five times $16,910, or $84,500
in cash assets to quality for the Fiancee Visa.

Alternatively a combination of income and assets will work.
For example, if the American sponsor's income is $10,000 per year,
then he would need to have cash assets, of $34,550
cash or convertible assets to qualify.

This is calculated by subtracting $10,000 from the annual
requirement of $16,910. And then the difference of $6,910
times Five equals $34,550 of cash assets needed.
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