It shouldn't be, but then credit bureaus are rather notorious for errors in reporting. Generally debt incurred separately is reported as such. Joint accounts may or may not appear on a report as joint debt. Any problem that arises might be with the lender rather than the CRA's.
In order for your name to be on the mortgage, you would have to be a co-borrower, in which case your income, credit and liability information would have to be considered in qualifying the mortgage.
Your credit rating will be negatively affected. As both of you are equally responsible for the loan contract, both of you will be equally affected. Negative notations on your credit report will result in a lower credit score.
If the offer hasn't been made yet, there is no mortgage, your fiance is simply pre-approved for a certain amount. Until the deal actually closes, the mortgage isn't in effect.Most lenders would not have a problem with adding an additional name; it's one more person they could theoretically go after if the mortgage defaults, and if they're willing to bet that your fiance can make the payments, betting that between your fiance and you you'll be able to make the payments is kind of a no-brainer.
Application Procedures: Bringing a Fianc
Illegally married? You mean the fiance was an "Illegal" when he married? If the fiance was married then the fiance's marriage must be legally concluded (divorced) before applying for a K-1. They also must exit the US to qualify for a K-1.
The very purpose of your Fiance visa becomes redundant. you cannot get the fiance visa any more!WHen you fill out DS 156K, there is a question saying you cannot get a fiance visa if you are already married. There are other ways like a K-3 visa, but if you are applying for a K-1, why not wait till you finish up? Why pay your lawyers thru the nose- AGAIN?
The feminine of fiance, is simply fiance.
A K1 visa is issued to the fiance of a United States citizen. It gives the foreigner permission to enter the US. The person must then marry their fiancee within 90 days of entry to the country.
It won't affect your fiance' directly unless you share a loan that you're filing on. Otherwise, s(he) should know that you filed bankruptcy because your credit is going to be negative for quite some time. This could affect your fiance' in time when you have a place together and want or need to finance.
How does a none immigrant fiance apply for a none immgrant fiance?