In 2020, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a final rule that drastically changed the assessment of public charge inadmissibility for immigration applicants. All noncitizens who travel to the United States, change U.S. status, or apply for an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa are subject to the final rule.
The new regulations required include verification of the applicant’s income, assets and resources belonging to either the applicant or family members living in the household. This step requires a recent appraisal of any owned real estate by a licensed appraiser to demonstrate the property’s value.
The experienced professionals at Aegis Appraisals have the knowledge and expertise to provide accurate appraisals for immigration purposes with exceptional speed and customer service.
Applying for an immigrant visa or adjustment of status can be a complicated, stressful process. Aegis Appraisals is here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our appraisal services for immigration applications.