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Hello everybody this is John from USA monden welcome back and thanks for watching fish your first time on my channel as always welcome today I have another video for you guys - this video is how to fill up the new form i-864 if it's something you want to know just stay tuned and I'll be right back you will see moon as you all know I may not know from is 60 followers update in March and 60 2018 and will expire March 31st 2020 so in this video I'm going to show you how to fill up this form from part 1 - Part 3 reason why I'm doing this because I want you guys to really understand and learn how to fill up this form properly if you really let's go in front of my computer so I can show you exactly how to fill up this phone had to fill up for more i-864 part 1 so on part 1 you pull your new movie here if you are responsible he put on the mobile SEO name is john johnson we put John Johnson here hi John Johnson I'm the petition on this also submitting this affidavit of support because the reason why you're submitting this patron phone so I'm the petitioner I fire on filing for the immigration of my relatives so let's say you fighting for immigration of your wife kids or brothers and sisters or mom or dad they gonna check on 1a and 1b our file on alien war competition on behalf of day and then immigrant who is we relate to me as so let's say somebody on a company of petition for someone who come and walk home in that company ok then you are a sponsor of that and can the immigrant who isn't called alien worker basically because that person becoming work for their company United State of America then um you're gonna provide your relationship that person if the person is your uncle aunt or whatever you're gonna put it here and then on 1 C have an ownership interest of Ali's percent in the dark company let's say the companies called orange or LLC or orange ink wherever if you own at least 5% of of that company of five percent of interests of their company then you're gonna check this one right here and then provide the name of the company here okay and then from there we're gonna move to and then you provide the name of the company over here on which filed an alien or worker petition on behalf of the intent immigrant who is related to me asked if the person is your aunt uncle or nephew or you put on the relationship if that person is not here okay and then on one d1d I'm the only joint sponsor with the only joint sponsor then you're gonna take this way they just phone so basically the person who

FAQ

What are the financial requirements for a green card sponsor (form I-864) in 2018?
What are the requirements of being a sponsor?In order to meet the requirements as a sponsor, the sponsor must be at least 18 years old and meet certain income requirements:Financial Requirements:To qualify as a sponsor, you must show that your annual income is at least 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. These guidelines are updated annually and are calculated according to household size.Search the USCIS website to see if you qualify. The 2017 guidelines will remain in affect until the 2018 ones are published.
How does the USCIS decide the allotment of a green card?
Actually, USCIS is not responsible for allocating immigrant visas. This job is done by the Department of State according to the laws as passed by Congress. USCIS determines if a person or entity is eligible to sponsor a beneficiary when an immigrant visa petition is filed.Approved visa petitions are sent to the Department of State’s National Visa Center for determination if a visa number is available under the law. If one is, then the petition is sent to an overseas consular post so the beneficiary can apply for a visa or to USCIS if beneficiary is in the US and is eligible to apply for adjustment of status. If a visa number is not immediately available because there are more approved petitions than available visas, the petition is held at NVC until a number is available at which time the petition is transferred as mentioned above. NVC also does some pre-processing such as collecting Form I-864 for beneficiaries who are sponsored, for example.The Department of State’s monthly Visa Bulletin specifies the number of immigrant visas available each year for each preference category. These numbers are taken from the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 USC Ch 12 Sub Ch 2 Part 1. Normally visas are issued first come, first served until the annual or per country limit specified in the law is reached. Those petitions affected by the reaching of an annual visa limit must wait until the next fiscal year (October 2017 to September 2018 ix FY 2018, FY 2019 starts on 01 October 2018;) Most petitions are one of two types:: preference category and immediate relative category. Preference category petitions are subject to the numerical limits in the law. Immediate relative petitions are not. Visas issued to immediate relatives however count toward the per country visa limit for the country where the immediate relative was born for the FY in which the visa is issued.
Is it possible to get green card in the second round?
My understanding of the Diversity Visa system is that once the lottery closes to entries, the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) draws all valid entries randomly and this constitutes a list numbered from 1 through to the last entry ‘drawn’.There are only 55,000 visas, 5,000 of which are reserved for a special program, to be awarded each year. The KCC will send out the first entries drawn up to a certain number to the consulates to begin visa processing. As winners are processed, the consular posts report back to the KCC on whether visas were issued and how many. An entry can use up only one visa or several, depending on the number of derivatives on the entry. For example, a man from Country X is the first entry on the list. His entry also contains five derivative family members; his spouse and four minor children. If his family are issued DV visas, this one entry will use up six of the 50,000 visas available.As time passes, some entrants who are selected will not be issued visas. All entrants must meet US requirements for visa issuance just like any other immigrant visa applicant with some exceptions (I believe I-864 sponsorship is one of them.) If a consular post denies an entrant a visa, this is also reported to the KCC and the next entrant on the list will take his/her place and will be given an opportunity to apply for a DV visa.This process will continue until all 50,000 available DV visas have been issued. So, if a person entered the lottery and were not initially selected for visa processing, it is possible that their entry could be high enough on the list that it would be selected if enough entries in front of theirs either do not apply or are refused visas.Unfortunately, there is no way for an entrant to know where they are on the list until their entry is selected. The KCC allows entrants to check their status online starting in May. This was May 2016 for DV-2017 (the lottery that is currently issuing visas,) and this month (May 2017) for DV-2018 which will start issuing visas in October 2017.Time deadlines: There is a time limit for visa issuance. This is the end of the fiscal year of the lottery. For DV-2017, it is September 30, 2017. For DV-2018, it is September 30, 2018. All DV visas must issued by this date. Do not confuse this with visa validity. Once issued, a visa is valid for a certain period of time within which it must be used to apply for admission at a US port of entry or it will expire. Expired DV visas will not be renewed.If a person is planning to enter the lottery, they should educate themselves on the documentary requirements for visa issuance and keep such documentation current and available as best they can. This will help speed up visa processing should they be selected, particularly late in the fiscal year (close to 30 September) to avoid losing a visa because time runs out.The Department of State has an extensive instructions and FAQ sheet available at https://travel.state.gov/content.... If you have more questions on the process, check this out.Last reminder: The DV lottery is completely free of charge to enter. Be wary of ‘consultants’ who charge high fees to enter the lottery on your behalf. These are likely scams and given how the lottery operates, there would be no way to know if they have actually done what they say they would do. Each person should enter the lottery themselves. It is OK if you need to pay for help such as getting properly sized and formatted digital visa pictures to send with the entry, but always be careful and on the lookout for scammers.Disclaimer: In this area of immigration, I offer information and advice solely to help people understand how the DV lottery works and hopefully avoid getting ripped off. It is based on my own experience with the lottery, albeit some years ago and information publicly available on the Department of State website. In regards to the DV lottery, I would not advise someone to seek out professional help with actually submitting an entry to the lottery apart from getting the proper digital photographs. The lottery is very easy to enter and in my estimation, a person who legitimately meets the lottery’s education requirements (high school) should be able to fill out the online form easily. If you are selected for a visa and need help, seek out competent advice from a trusted source. Please be mindful that the DV lottery attracts scammers who prey on the unwary and uneducated. If it sounds too good to be true, don’t walk away, run!
What is wrong with the IndiGo Cadet Pilot Program in 2018? What are the requirements and fees for the Melbourne CAE IndiGo program?
There is nothing wrong in the 2018 cadet program. Below is a mail from CAE about the program :-Dear Candidate / Parent,Greetings from CAE Oxford Aviation Academy,Wish you a very Happy and Prosperous New Year 2018.Thanks for showing interest towards Indigo cadet pilot training program - International Pathway. CAE Oxford Aviation Academy is the pinnacle of aviation training and the largest ab-intio network in the world and we would love to help you achieve your dreams of becoming a pilot and assist you with any queries that you may have.Please find the attached documents of application form and other related documents. Request you to kindly email the filled application form along with medicalcertificate issued by DGCA Doctor, qualification certificates as per course eligibility criteria and payment receipt of INR 2500 towards registration for entrance exam scheduled on 4th March 2018.Note:-1. If the results of 10+2 or equivalent or science graduation or BE / BTECH are awaited kindly email the filled application form, class II medical certificate or class II CA form 35 issued by DGCA doctor and online payment receipt of Rs.2500. The registration will be considered as a pre booking for entrance exam held on 4thMarch 2018 and the registration will be confirmed only after receipt of required documents and education qualification certificates as per course eligibility criteria. The said documents should reach us before the last date of registration.* In case if you meet the course criteria with all the required documents as listed above, request you to kindly submit them along with application form immediately.Important Information:-*The VISA processing time for Australia is 4 to 5 months and strictly based on required documentation hence the course induction date may vary based on the receipt of VISA.* Important documents for VISA process - Educational Transcript, CLASS I Medical Certificate ( DGCA), PCC ( Police Clearance Certificate), Valid Indian Passport (Validity of more than 55 weeks. Candidate is requested to be ready with the documentation prior before one week of VISA application.*The VISA application and its related process will start after successful selection in GA&PI ( Group Activity & Personal Interview – Stage 3) and the documents mentioned above are mandatory for VISA application.Important Info & Dates1. Application / Other document for registration : Attached2. Registration fee : INR 2500 for entrance exam (Account details mentioned below)3. Entrance exam date and venue : 4hMarch 2018 - Venue – Delhi , Bangalore and Gondia (Can tick appropriate center in application form)4. Last Date of registration : 27thFebruary 2018* If you fulfill the criteria, request you to kindly submit the application and other required documents immediately.5. Syllabus : 10+1 and 10+2 (Math’s , Physics and English)Attachments1. Application Form2. List of documents for submission3. Class 1 list of Doctors4. Class 2 list of Doctors5. Entrance exam syllabus copy – For reference onlyHow To Register: Let’s Take The Step TogetherStep 1: Register for the entrance exam by filling the enclosed application form and make the payment of INR 2500/- (Bank details mentioned below)Address of bank: HDFC BANK, Behind Police Station, Laxmibai Ward, Gondia-441601, Maharashtra, IndiaAccount Type: Current AccountBank Account Number: 0963 864 00000 19IFSC CODE: HDFC 0000963In Favor of “ National Flying Training Institute Private Limited”Payment should be either through RTGS/NEFT/Wire transfer/Net banking.After payment attach the scan copy of the receipt /reference number /UTI number etc, qualification certificates as per course eligibility criteria, DGCA class 2 medicals ( Certificate or CA form 35), Aadhar card copy and resume in an email and send it to us.Note: Cash or DD payments are not accepted.Step 2: After successful in written examination you will be lined up for CASS assessment. All the successful candidates shortlisted in written exam should register for CASS exam by paying USD 500 + taxes as applicable (*Payment details will be informed by CAE CASS administrator during the assessment process. The fee is subject to change and should pay the applicable amount as declared by CAE CASS assessment center)Step 3: Shortlisted candidates after CASS exam will be called for a GA & PI ( Group Activity & Personal Interview) with IndiGo’s Selection Board.Documents to be attached for enrolment :Filled application formScan copy/ Screenshot of acknowledgement receiptClass II or CA Form 35 (Scan Copy)10th /12th Mark sheet (Scan copy)Photo Identity / Address proof (Scan Copy) – Aadhar card copy*Fee once paid is neither refundable nor transferable.*Course / Fee structure are subject to changes.For any further clarification request you to reach me on the undersigned address.Thanks and Regards,Rahul WaghmareSales ExecutiveNational Flying Training Institute.CAE Oxford Aviation Academy303, Tower B, Global Bussiness Park, Beside Guru Dronacharya Metro Station,Gurgaon, Haryana - 122002T. 0124-4380495/ 96 M. +919545456143 E. rahul.waghmare@cae.comGo Confidently In The Direction Of Your Dreams,Live The Life You Have Imagined.
What is the process to get a fiance visa?
I answered this questions on my blog a few days ago, and post my answer below. Hope it helps!What is a fiancée K-1 and K-2 visa? Who can apply? What is the process, timeframes and the costs? The fiancée K-1 nonimmigrant visa is for the foreign national fiancée of a United States citizen. Only a U.S. citizen can petition for his or her foreign fiancée. A U.S. citizen can file a fiancée visa petition only after they have met in person in the previous two years: meeting each other online or through a video chat or messenger is not enough. The purpose of a K-1 visa is for foreign citizen fiancée to travel to the United States and marry his or her U.S. citizen sponsor within 90 days of arrival. The foreign fiancee will then apply for adjustment of status (aka “green card”) with the USCIS at the Department of Homeland Security. This is a separate legal process.K-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa. However, because a fiancée visa is intended to help a foreign national to immigrate to the U.S. and allows him or her to apply for a green card after marriage to a U.S. citizen petitioner shortly after arrival in the United States, the fiancé(e) must meet most of the requirements of an immigrant visa.K-2 visa is a fiancée visa for eligible children of K-1 visa applicant (unmarried children under 21).As of 12/2018, current processing times are approx. 5 to 7 months for a I-129F Petition, plus additional 3 to 6 weeks for the NVC stage, plus additional 1-3 months for a visa application process (varies depending on a Consulate and your own readiness).The First Step: Filing the Petition, USCIS Form I-129F (1) The U.S. citizen fiancé, must file Form I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiancé(e), with the USCIS. Form I-129F cannot be filed at a U.S. Embassy, Consulate, or USCIS office abroad. (2) When USCIS approves the I-129F petition, it is sent to the National Visa Center (NVC). The NVC will assign a new a case number and directly forward the approved fiancée visa petition to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate where a foreign fiancée will apply for a visa.The Second Step: Applying for a VisaThe NVC will mail a letter with a new case number after it sends a fiancée visa case to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate. Once you receive this letter, it is time to apply for a K-1 visa and prepare for the interview.Eligible children of K-1 visa applicants may apply for K-2 visas. Children are included into the I-129F petition. However, separate visa applications and visa fees are required for every child.Required Documentation The foreign national fiancée and eligible children applying for K-2 visas will be required to bring the following forms and documents to the visa interview:Completed Form DS-160, Nonimmigrant Visa Application. Each K-1 and K-2 visa applicant must: (1) complete Form DS-160 online, (2) pay a visa fee, and (3) print the DS-160 confirmation page to bring to a visa interview.A passport valid for travel to the United States and with a validity date at least six months beyond your intended period of stay in the U.S.Divorce or death certificate(s) of any and all previous spouse(s) for both you and the U.S. citizen petitioner.Police certificates from your home country and all other countries where you have lived for six months or more since age 16 (Police certificates are also required for a foreign fiancée and all accompanying children age 16 or older)Medical examination (for K-1 and K-2 visa applicants)Evidence of financial support (Form I-134, Affidavit of Support, and proof of sponsor’s employment and income usually are required). There is no extra fee for the Form I-134. For a fiancée visa, the Affidavit of Support, Form I-134, is required. There is another Affidavit of Support, Form I-864, which will be required later, when you apply for a green card after marriage. The forms are different. The income requirements are also different. When submitting the Affidavit of Support, Form I-134, you need to show that your U.S. sponsor's income is 100 percent of the federal poverty guideline. When submitting the Affidavit of Support, Form I-864, the sponsor must be able to demonstrate that his or her income is at least 125 percent of the federal poverty guideline minimum income requirement. If you estimate that both K-1 visa and a green card will be applied for during the same tax year, you should plan and gather all required documentation in advance.Evidence of relationship with your U.S. citizen fiancée, which is very important at the last stage, as well as at the first stage.The consular officer may ask for additional information, such as photographs, chat logs, emails and other proof that the relationship with your U.S. citizen fiancé(e) is genuine and real. Documents in foreign languages, other than the language of the country in which the application takes place, should be translated. Applicants should take to the visa interview legible photocopies of civil documents and translations, such as birth and divorce certificates.Fees?Government filing fees are subject to change (as of 12/2018, the fees are as follows):US$535 -- Filing fee for an Alien Fiancé(e) Petition, Form I-129FUS$265 -- Nonimmigrant visa application processing fee, Form DS-160 (required for each K visa applicant)Medical examination fee, paid directly to a designated clinic (required for each K-1 and K-2 visa applicant) – costs vary, please check with the U.S. embassy in the country where a fiancée will apply for a visaOther costs may include translation and notarization charges, fees for getting the documents required for the visa application (such as passport, police certificates, birth certificates, etc.). Costs vary from country to country.US$1,225 -- Filing Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status. Your spouse will submit this application after marriage. There could be additional applications filed concurrently: Application for a work permit and Application for advance parole. These applications are optional, but could be advisable.To ensure that your application is accepted and not rejected, the most current edition of the form must be submitted, accompanied by a correct filing fee. It is recommended that you check the most current edition of every application and the most current filing fees at USCIS and Department of State websites shortly before applying.Please note that the approved I-129F petition is valid for four (4) months from the date of approval by USCIS. However, a consular officer can extend the validity of the petition if it expires before visa processing is completed.Certain conditions and activities can make a visa applicant ineligible for a visa. Examples of these ineligibilities include: certain criminal records; overstaying a previous visa in the U.S.; submitting fraudulent documents; previous deportation or removal order, or voluntary departure; failure to prove bona fide fiancée relationship; etc. If you are found to be ineligible for a visa, the Consular Officer will advise you whether there is waiver of the ineligibility and what the waiver process is.After your K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa was approved, you will generally wait 5 to 7 business days to pick up your passport, a visa, and a sealed packet containing the documents you provided, plus other documents prepared by the U.S. Embassy or Consulate. It is important that you do not open the sealed packet. Only the DHS immigration official should open this packet when you enter the United States.If you have children who received K-2 visas, you will either travel together or your children holding K-2 visas will have to follow you to the U.S.Please note that K-1 and K-2 visas are valid for a single admission to the United States within the validity of the visa, which will be a maximum of 6 months from the date of issuance. It is advisable not to purchase the tickets, not to sell real estate and business abroad until after a K-1 visa has been approved and issued. In order to limit the risk even more, some of other clients preferred not to sell their apartments, cars, businesses until after they became lawful permanent residents of the United States.Please note that you must either marry your U.S. citizen fiance within 90 days of your entry into the United States, or depart the U.S. before the expiration of the 90-day period of admission. If not married within the 90-day window, or married within 90 days, but didn’t apply for a green card, if you wish to stay in the United States and apply for a green card, contact a competent immigration attorney for legal advice.
What should I know about owning a foreign corporation as a US citizen?
It's a legal and taxation mindfield.  You become a Controlled Foreign Corporation, at which point you have to file a dozen of forms each year, with a taxman looking very warily over your shoulder ready to sock you with a fine or audit the millisecond you misfile a form. One problem you will run into is one of "attitude."  If you are an ordinary taxpayer, the IRS will treat you with a fair amount of mercy and understanding.  If you misfile a form, the IRS would be willing to treat this as an honest mistake, especially since the IRS is unlikely to squeeze any money out of you.If you try to own an offshore corporation, you are no longer seen as an "ordinary taxpayer" and you are painting a big red target on yourself, and the IRS will be as nasty toward you as they are legally allowed.    Unless you are talking about google-levels of revenue in which you can hire a team of full time accountants and tax lawyers to maintain the structure, then it's probably not cost effective to do it.  Because this is hard, the tax lawyers and accountants that do this sort of thing are *extremely* highly paid.There are smallish venture capital-funded companies in which they create a BVI company and then have it own both a US and a foreign subsidary so that the foreign subsidiary is not subject to US taxes.  There are still minefields here, but they are smaller, and so these can be done with a "rather highly paid lawyer" rather than an "insanely highly paid lawyer."This is not the type of thing where you can get one size fits all advice or which you can get easy cookbook instructions.  The reason for this is that the IRS for obvious reasons, wants to make life a living hell for people who try this, and anything they can to do make the tax law intentionally complicated and messy.
If a US C corp owns 100% of a foreign corp form Argentina, what are the tax form requirements on the 1120 form if any?
Sure, I can address tax issues here. I am assuming from your post a domestic C corporation (“DC”) formed in a particular state in the United States owns 100% of the shares of foreign corporation (“FC”) which operates from Argentina. And, I am assuming the FC has no US offices — the FC is ran from Argentina.If this assumption is not true — and the FC is materially ran from the US, the FC reports its taxable income in the US by filing a 1120 F corporate tax return and pays tax at a 21% rate (Treasury Regulation Section 1.6012-2(g)(1) and Section 11(b)). As a FC ran from the US has effectively connected income for its foreign source income as noted in Section 864(c)(4)(B). And, Treasury taxes a FC on its effectively connected income from a United States Trade or Business (Section 882(a)). And, the office in the US creates the United States Trade or Business. Though, the FC may use the FC taxes paid in Argentina as credit for taxes due in the US (Section 901) subject to limiting restrictions under Section 904.Assuming the FC has no US office and only Argentina operations, the FC does not file a tax return in the US. Here, I am assuming the FC has no subpart F income from certain activities.A new reporting regime exists for tax years 2018 for a DC owning the shares of a FC under Section 951A. While this provision has extensive reporting requirements, the DC does not owe any additional tax on the FC operations if the FC pays tax at 13.125% tax rate or greater in the home country. Since Argentina has a 30% plus tax rate, additional tax may not apply here though reporting requirements do apply at the DC corporate tax level.Under new Section 245A, a DC may receive dividends from the FC with no tax cost for 2018 forward.The DC also have important treasury information reporting requirements under Section 6038(a) for its FC. Failure to complete this documentation fully or failure to file this Treasury report carries a $10,000 minimum penalty. We file this information report as part of filing the 1120 DC corporate tax return.I have completed the above analysis by summarizing key provisions above. If the situation changes in anyway, the tax results may change considerably. www.rst.tax
What are my tax duties as a Non-Resident Alien owning an LLC Partnership?
Sure, I can address tax issues here. A legal LLC formed in a particular state in the US with more than one member defaults to tax partnership for tax purposes as noted in Treasury Regulation Section 301.7701-3(b)(1)(i).A non resident alien is engaged in a business in the United States if the tax partnership has a business in the US (Section 875). Treasury taxes a non resident alien on his/her effectively connected income from a US trade or business (“USTB”) under Section 871(b).The internal revenue code and treasury regulations do not define a USTB. However, the courts have looked at this issue extensively over the years. Selling to US customers on a continuous basis can easily rise to a USTB. However, the tax partnership does not have effectively connected income when the tax partnership performs the services from a non US location. First, web creation and design represents service income following Section 7701(e)(1). Second, personal services performed outside the US represent foreign source income (Section 862(a)(3)). Third, Treasury does not consider foreign source personal service income as effectively connected income as noted in Section 864(c)(4)(A). Thus, the tax partnership does not have a US tax event for services performed outside the US.However, any services physically performed in the US represents a USTB (Section 864(b)). And, Treasury consider these services as effectively connected income as noted in subsection (c)(3). So, the tax partnership includes this income on its tax return and files such return based on Treasury Regulation Section 1.6031(a)-1(a)(1). We would file the partnership tax return by due date 15 March 2018 for the 2017 calendar tax year. Then, the non resident partner includes his/her share of the partnership income on a 1040 non resident individual tax return as noted in Treasury Regulation Section 1.6012-2(b)(1)(i).In addition, Treasury requires the tax partnership withhold income tax on the tax partnership’s effectively connected income allocated to each partner as noted in Section 1446(a). The tax partner then computes taxes due when filing his/her 1040 Non Resident individual return. The non resident then pays any additional tax due at filing or files for a refund if he/she has paid through withholding more then due.I have completed the above tax analysis based on primary tax law. If the above situation changes any, the tax results may change considerably. www.rst.tax