There are multiple program applications within the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency which may benefit from an appraisal written by a properly licensed and qualified appraiser. A real estate appraisal that reflects the true equity in your home can increase the likelihood of passing a financial status or public charge review.
A shortfall in an income requirement can often be made up by "significant" assets that can be converted to cash within 1 year. A real estate appraisal can help bridge the divide between an applicant's relatively low provable income figure and an accurate representation of the applicant’s true financial health.
We are experienced in performing appraisals for immigration purposes. We work hand in hand with our many local immigrant communities and we have experience in communicating with persons who may not use English as a first language.
By relying on an experienced appraiser team, you can be assured that the report we provide will meet or exceed the specific agency documentation requirements. We are experienced in appraisals for Department of Homeland Security Affidavit of Support requirements; U.S.C.I.S. Humanitarian Parole requirements, and appraisals for various other programs within these agencies.