Which one of the following counts as a liquid asset that i can add to support my income if my income is not enough and i want to sponsor an immigrant for green card?
1. Bank account statement. ( For how long should it exist or credited, and what period do i need to have?)
2. Car ownership/Title OR
Does all this really count as income for affidavit of support requirement under immigration law ? Please advice
Only the bank account could theoretically count as a liquid asset, but not really, since the government thinks "one minute it's there, next minute could be all lost in Las Vegas".
A liquid asset means any type of asset that can be readily converted into cash in one year or less.
If you want your assets to be taken into consideration, then their value must be 5 times the amount of income needed. Read the Affidavit of Support instructions for a detailed explanation.
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Money in the bank account. There is a formula in I-864 instructions how to calculate its value.
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Please see the answer to your other question.
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