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Can Chuukese Get a Mortgage to Buy a House in USA

Feb 1st 2020 at 11:03 PM

UPTOWN Luxury Real Estate! Get access to exclusive USA Properties for Sale to Chuukese. These associations are often incorporated as a legal entity that manages the particular building or neighborhood. Most associations are mandatory, meaning that simply by purchasing real estate within one of these communities, one is agreeing to be a member of the association and to obey all of its rules.

Do Chuukese have to pay a commission when buying a property?

The buyer pays no commissions. Real estate sales in the US stipulate that the seller pays their listing agent a commission of usually between 5% and 6% of the sales price. There is no set rule mandating how the commission should be split between the two agents (buyer’s agent/sellers agent), and the fee isn’t always divided evenly.

Do Chuukese pay any annual taxes on property owned in the US?

Real estate in the U.S. is subject to property taxes regardless of the owner's nationality. In financed transactions, annual property taxes are usually included in monthly mortgage payments. But buyers who purchase in cash must ensure that they pay any monthly or annual taxes. Property taxes vary from state to state, and even within states, but budget around 2% of the property value for your yearly taxes.

Petition Approval – Some temporary worker categories are limited in total number of petitions which can be approved on a yearly basis. Before you can apply for a temporary worker visa at the U.S. Embassy in Belarus, a Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, Form I-129, must be filed on your behalf by a prospective employer and be approved by USCIS. For more information about the petition process, eligibility requirements by visa category, and numerical limits, if applicable, see Working in the U.S. and Temporary (Nonimmigrant) Workers on the USCIS website. Once the petition is approved, USCIS will send your prospective employer a Notice of Action, Form I-797.

Step 1. Check the Validity of Your Passport Your passport must be valid for at least six months beyond your period of stay in the United States, unless exempt by country-specific agreements. If more than one person is included in your passport, each person who needs a visa must submit a separate application.

Step 2. Complete the Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application, Form DS-160 Completed Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application, Form DS-160 Please note that you must answer EVERY question on the application form. If the answer to a question is “none,” please write “none” (do not leave it blank). Important! Many of the visa applicants are completing the DS-160 incorrectly, causing us to postpone their planned visa interview dates.

Step 3. Collect any Supporting Documentation Only a passport, DS-160 confirmation page, a 2 x 2 inch color photo not older than 6 months – with a light or white background, the forms listed in Step 2, and the Receipt Number for your approved petition as it appears on your Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker (Form I-129) or Notice of Action (Form I-797), from USCIS.

Property for sale in Chuukese! All visa applicants, except H-1B and L, will generally need to show proof of compelling ties to your home country to demonstrate your intent to return after your temporary stay in the United States. Examples of compelling ties include: A residence abroad which you do not intend to abandon, your family relationships, Your economic situation, Your long term plans

Step 4. Schedule an Interview Appointment To schedule an appointment for a non-immigrant visa (NIV) interview, please consult the Embassy’s online NIV Appointment System. Please have your DS-160 Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application Form Confirmation Number handy. It is located on your DS-160 confirmation page, in bold print.

Step 5. Submit Your Passport and Visa Application Forms Submit the completed DS-160 confirmation sheet, forms listed in Step 2, a 2 x 2 inch color photo not older than 6 months, and a valid passport, to the Consular Office one week before your scheduled interview date.

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