- Start Time: 1:30 PM
- End Time: 2:30 PM
- Date: November 12, 2020
- Location: Board Room
- MCLE Credits: 1
- Instructor: Jesse S. Atwal, Esq.
- Seats: 0
The Affidavit of Support (I-864) is one of the most common reasons for USCIS Requests for Evidence (RFEs) and case processing delays. In this webinar Mr. Atwal will provide an overview of the recent status of the “public charge rule”, discuss best practices for effectively preparing Affidavits of Support and supporting evidence, and offer tips and strategies for preparing the new I-944 Declaration of Self Sufficiency in adjustment applications. Finally, the webinar will also discuss the consequences the affidavit of support plays in divorce proceedings.
• Screening for Income Eligibility and Preparing an Effective Form I-864 or I-864EZ
• Initial Evidence and Responding to RFEs When Income Is Complicated: Assets, Self-Employed Clients, and Irregular Income
• Augmenting Insufficient Petitioner Income with Household Members, Co-Sponsors, and the Intending Immigrant
• The Affidavit of Support Is No Longer Enough: Consideration of Other Evidence in an I-944 application
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