06-15-2007, 11:17 AM
My employer is a single architect and owner of his sole proprietorship LLC firm and he filed an EB3 I-140 for me submitting the "Schedule-C" of his tax return, which shows a net profit of $57000 for the company. The prevailing wage for my architectural technician position is $35,100, and NSC is asking for my employer's personal financial documents, saying that they are not satisfied only with "Schedule-C" and “Net Profit” of his tax return and a sole-proprietor petitioner has to prove that he can sustain his household and the proffered wage. Can USCIS ask for personal finances when the net profit of the company is clearly greater than the prevailing wage? Has anyone been in the same situation? Any suggestions from the gurus?