Yes, if you have a huge amount of liquid assets, you can sponsor her.
Otherwise, you may need a co-sponsor.
Talk to an attorney to get good, private and confidential information.
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More information is needed. You might meet sponsorship requirements otherwise, so be sure to speak to an experienced attorney.
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Yes, you are eligible to petition for your wife. You may use your assets for sponsoring her, but the assets have to be worth a lot. You should be looking into the option of finding a joint sponsor.Ask a similar question
Yes, you can petition for your wife if you are a U.S. citizen. You will need a co-sponsor during the immigrant visa portion of the process because you have not filed U.S. tax returns. As you are overseas and have not been living in the U.S. I recommend that you hire an immigration attorney to assist you as there will be questions about your residence (domicile) in the U.S., U.S. lack of tax filings and also a joint sponsor needed. These can all be dealt with but are best handled through an attorney.
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The best approach would be a confidential consultation with an attorney regarding filing taxes, the current value of assets, whether a co-sponsor is available, etc.
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