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What to say if the consular asks about income of my sponsor?
Asked by: john
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Posted on Mon, 23 Jun 2008 07:59:28 GMT
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I have statement of a bank account with total balance of $50,000 from my sponsor. What should I say if the visa officer ask me what is my sponsor's annual income? How should I answer this question?
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Hey John, the annual income of your sponsor must be more than your predicted yearly living expense in USA. Therefore, if the consular asks about annual income of your sponsor, you must convince the consular that your sponsorís annual income is more than your expected annual expenditure while studying in USA.

You said your sponsor has $50,000 in his bank account. If so, you have to show how your sponsor got $50,000 into his bank account. You must also show your sponsorís income source which may either be his involvement in some jobs or in business.

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visa_expert answered 8 years and 5 months ago
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