Today we got a question from Sean:
This is what Sean had to say:
I read an article that states the in order to be approved for a perm status on a 13a you must have a document stating you have a minimum of a $10,000 in a Bank acct to prove that you can support your family. Is this true? What if I have a job here and is enough financially wise to support a family? Does this matter at all or without 10 grand in the bank I am denied?
Thanks John once again
This is Bob’s reply:
I’m not trying to jump on John’s toes here, but this information that you have been given is false. There is a need to show that you are financially stable, but no specific amount is given. This $10,000 rumor is false, but it is all over the Internet! I get questions about this just about every day, but I can assure you that it is incorrect!
John also replied:
Bob: No mind… You are 100% correct. I think he may be getting it confused with the financial means requirements for Filipinos and US visas.