There is not a lot of money in that account can that have a bad impact in diciding your case during the immigration interview?
It is only one factor. The probative value of that account may be in question if it is not "healthy". The money in the account does not matter, but they want to see it is an "active" account for it to hold probative value
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I agree. The amount of money in the account is not necessarily the key factor. However, in my experence, what matters is is it an active account. Joint financial accounts is only 1 area that is evaluatated to determine a viable marriage according to immigration analysis. You have a number of areas to cover. Please speak with an immigration attorney to evaluate your case over-all.
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In addition to the information in the previous responses, note that if you and your spouse are unable to show that you have "joined your financial lives together," such as with a joint bank account into which each of you puts your earnings and out of which you pay your household expenses, then it will be particularly important for you to supply ample other persuasive evidence showing that the two of you have been living together in a bona fide marriage. Such documents might include, for example: a child's birth certificate identifying both spouses as parents; residential lease or home ownership documents; insurance records; tax documents; utility bills; etc.
Aside from this issue, it will be important to show that the U.S. Citizen spouse has sufficient income to support your family size within the published guidelines. If your spouse is unable to do this, then you may need to seek a "joint sponsor."
Especially if you will have limited financial and banking records, it would be wise to engage an immigration attorney who could guide you through the steps of supplying appropriate documents and avoid the risk of long delays (with the Atlanta Field Office, cases that cannot be concluded at an interview often take a remarkable 9 additional months to become adjudicated) or even denial.
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