IMPORTANT UPDATE — MARCH 9, 2021: Both the new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) public charge rule and the Department of State (DOS) public charge policy are currently not in effect. The DHS rule was halted on March 9, 2021, while the DOS policy was paused indefinitely on July 29, 2020. This page reflects those policies, which initially took effect on Feb. 24, 2020, and will not be immediately updated according to the previous, longstanding guidance issued in 1999. Learn more.
Yes, but all values listed on assets, debts, and employment verification letters must be in U.S. dollars. To calculate the exchange rate of non-U.S. currency to U.S. dollars, XE Currency Converter is a trusted currency converter. The green card applicant should take a screenshot of the exchange rate calculation or save it as a PDF and include it in the green card supporting documents. Note that any statements not in English will need to include a translation.