I am a US citizen and I want to start the green card process from my husband. We lived together outside the US for the last few years.
It is possible for me to file an immigrant visa petition for my husband while I am living abroad?
If I have no job and no income in the last two years can I use just assets that I own to cover the ammount required for the Affidavit of Support?
You can file the i-130 while you are abroad but eventually would have to move. As far as affidavit of support, depending on the amount of the assets it may or may not be enough to cover him under the guidelines
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Yes, you can sponsor your husband for an immigrant visa even if you are currently living abroad. I would advise speaking to an experienced immigration attorney about the Affidavit of Support requirements and using assets to qualify.
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That's why we have K3 visas, and that's what you should file.
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