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I-864 Affidavit of Support (FAQs)

Can the immigrant visa applicant count assets that he or she owns that are outside the United States, such as real estate or personal property? Yes, under the following conditions: The assets must be convertible to cash within 12 months. The applicant must show that the assets can be removed from the country where they are located.

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Authentication Certificate Requirements

Before submitting documents requiring authentication, you must: 1) Notarize each document in front of a notary public: For notaries public commissioned through the county: Documents must first be certified by the clerk of court in the county where the notary is commissioned, and then certified by the secretary of state in the state where the document was notarized.

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Where to Apply for a Passport Nationwide

Passport Acceptance Facility Search Page. This site will allow you to find the nearest location to apply for a passport. It is provided by the Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs, Office of Passport Services/Customer Service, which designates many post offices, clerks of court, public libraries and other state, county, township ...

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FAQ?

Should you buy real estate as an investment?

When purchasing real estate as an investment, you need to consider the cost of taxes, utilities, upkeep, and repairs. Often it is easier to go through a rental company and have them handle things like repairs and rent collection. While this will cost money, it will help ease the burden of owning a rental property.

What is the most expensive real estate?

If you think Apple or Facebook stock is expensive, look at the price of real estate near their headquarters. Los Altos, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley, is now the most expensive real estate market in the country, according to a new report from Coldwell Banker.

How does real estate make money?

Most real estate agents make money through commissions paid directly to brokers when transactions are settled. A single commission is often split multiple ways among the listing agent and broker, and the buyer's agent and broker.

What you should know before becoming a realtor?

Becoming a realtor does not necessarily require a college degree. Many real estate brokers and sales agents just hold a high school diploma. However pursuing undergraduate programs or certificates in property management, real estate and related fields can be useful to acquire the necessary skills to enter this field.