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have been a teaching assistant and an after school teacher for 14 years, lived in the same place for 17 years..which is rental property of my parents and i pay no rent. my car is paid for. i have no loans. i only pay utilities/cable/phone/internet....thats it!!! will that have any bearing on my financial situation? i also recieve 600.00 a month child support from my ex-husband..can i show that income? if so, how and where???

met my hubby online 2 years ago after talking everyday for a year we met....fell in love with each other even more(if that was possible) came back sayed 3 months...went home 3 months and back again in three months and we decided we would get married before he had to leave...we filed a K-3 visa in april and he has already had his medical last month and i have recieved the affidavit of support to fill out and am afriad of messing it up. i dont meet the income requirements (i do if i can used child support but, barely) my parents are co-sponsering. my mother jsut retired this year my dad retired 5 years ago from the military so their income is from retirement. they have over 62 acres of land 2 large homes, tons of cattle and everything is paid for ..with their retirement they still bring in 30,000 a year...can i use them??? will it work??? also,he has two children in england(they will not be coming here) he and his ex-wife have a home that she currently lives in with his children. ofcourse half of the home is his but he cant get it until his children are grown...can we use that as assests for him??? he has been gone since march 27th and its taken this long??? is that normal?? we ahve no knowledge about visa info and noboday we know does.theres only one lawyer near us that handles immigration cases but i ahd to spend that money jsut to ask a few questions especially when its this close to christmas...PLZ HELP!!!!!!!!!!!??????

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Welcome to VJ.

Firstly, yes it's normal for it to take this long.

It doesn't look to me like your husband needs to show any assets.

You can use child support as income if you can verify its amount and consistency.

Retirement can be used as long as you can verify its amount and consistency.

The asset rule is now 3 times the shortfall, not 5 times.

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Welcome to VJ.

Firstly, yes it's normal for it to take this long.

It doesn't look to me like your husband needs to show any assets.

You can use child support as income if you can verify its amount and consistency.

Retirement can be used as long as you can verify its amount and consistency.

The asset rule is now 3 times the shortfall, not 5 times.

my ex-husband pays me my child support with cash but we make out a hand written receipt...if i can use this..how?where? ...thank you 4 helping :D

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Welcome to VJ.

Firstly, yes it's normal for it to take this long.

It doesn't look to me like your husband needs to show any assets.

You can use child support as income if you can verify its amount and consistency.

Retirement can be used as long as you can verify its amount and consistency.

The asset rule is now 3 times the shortfall, not 5 times.

my ex-husband pays me my child support with cash but we make out a hand written receipt...if i can use this..how?where? ...thank you 4 helping :D

You should report it to the IRS, so it should show up on your tax returns. :D

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Welcome to VJ.

Firstly, yes it's normal for it to take this long.

It doesn't look to me like your husband needs to show any assets.

You can use child support as income if you can verify its amount and consistency.

Retirement can be used as long as you can verify its amount and consistency.

The asset rule is now 3 times the shortfall, not 5 times.

my ex-husband pays me my child support with cash but we make out a hand written receipt...if i can use this..how?where? ...thank you 4 helping :D

You should report it to the IRS, so it should show up on your tax returns. :D

Child support is not taxabe, so it won't be on her tax return.

Receipts are good.

Do you deposit the money to your bank? I included bank statements and highlighted the deposit. The deposit amount matched the amount in my divorce decree, so it was easily correlated.

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Welcome to VJ.

Firstly, yes it's normal for it to take this long.

It doesn't look to me like your husband needs to show any assets.

You can use child support as income if you can verify its amount and consistency.

Retirement can be used as long as you can verify its amount and consistency.

The asset rule is now 3 times the shortfall, not 5 times.

my ex-husband pays me my child support with cash but we make out a hand written receipt...if i can use this..how?where? ...thank you 4 helping :D

You should report it to the IRS, so it should show up on your tax returns. :D

Child support is not taxabe, so it won't be on her tax return.

Receipts are good.

Do you deposit the money to your bank? I included bank statements and highlighted the deposit. The deposit amount matched the amount in my divorce decree, so it was easily correlated.

It's not? I could have sworn I saw a space for it on my 1040. Maybe it's alimony I'm thinking of, or child support paid OUT as opposed to child support received.

*is not an accountant* :blush:

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Welcome to VJ.

Firstly, yes it's normal for it to take this long.

It doesn't look to me like your husband needs to show any assets.

You can use child support as income if you can verify its amount and consistency.

Retirement can be used as long as you can verify its amount and consistency.

The asset rule is now 3 times the shortfall, not 5 times.

my ex-husband pays me my child support with cash but we make out a hand written receipt...if i can use this..how?where? ...thank you 4 helping :D

mmmm..unfortunately..i didnt...i always keep it and divide it between my daughters...i guess there is noway of proving it huh?..about what isaid about my parents..will they be ok to be co-sponsers???

You should report it to the IRS, so it should show up on your tax returns. :D

Child support is not taxabe, so it won't be on her tax return.

Receipts are good.

Do you deposit the money to your bank? I included bank statements and highlighted the deposit. The deposit amount matched the amount in my divorce decree, so it was easily correlated.

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Welcome to VJ.

Firstly, yes it's normal for it to take this long.

It doesn't look to me like your husband needs to show any assets.

You can use child support as income if you can verify its amount and consistency.

Retirement can be used as long as you can verify its amount and consistency.

The asset rule is now 3 times the shortfall, not 5 times.

my ex-husband pays me my child support with cash but we make out a hand written receipt...if i can use this..how?where? ...thank you 4 helping :D

mmmm..unfortunately..i didnt...i always keep it and divide it between my daughters...i guess there is noway of proving it huh?..about what isaid about my parents..will they be ok to be co-sponsers???

You should report it to the IRS, so it should show up on your tax returns. :D

Child support is not taxabe, so it won't be on her tax return.

Receipts are good.

Do you deposit the money to your bank? I included bank statements and highlighted the deposit. The deposit amount matched the amount in my divorce decree, so it was easily correlated.

mmmm..unfortunately..i didnt...i always keep it and divide it between my daughters...i guess there is noway of proving it huh?..about what isaid about my parents..will they be ok to be co-sponsers???

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Welcome to VJ.

Firstly, yes it's normal for it to take this long.

It doesn't look to me like your husband needs to show any assets.

You can use child support as income if you can verify its amount and consistency.

Retirement can be used as long as you can verify its amount and consistency.

The asset rule is now 3 times the shortfall, not 5 times.

my ex-husband pays me my child support with cash but we make out a hand written receipt...if i can use this..how?where? ...thank you 4 helping :D

mmmm..unfortunately..i didnt...i always keep it and divide it between my daughters...i guess there is noway of proving it huh?..about what isaid about my parents..will they be ok to be co-sponsers???

You should report it to the IRS, so it should show up on your tax returns. :D

Child support is not taxabe, so it won't be on her tax return.

Receipts are good.

Do you deposit the money to your bank? I included bank statements and highlighted the deposit. The deposit amount matched the amount in my divorce decree, so it was easily correlated.

mmmm..unfortunately..i didnt...i always keep it and divide it between my daughters...i guess there is noway of proving it huh?..about what isaid about my parents..will they be ok to be co-sponsers???

Your receipts may be adequate. The deposit/bank statement thingy would have just been cake icing.

In your situation, providing all income met the levels (which for the I-134 is actually NOT 125% of the poverty guideline, but the guideline itself) I would suggest you prepare an affidavit with your details and have your husband present it at his interview.

Also prepare an affidavit from your parents, and have him carry that along in case they question the adequacy of yours. He can then produce it if needed.

Which is what I did in London, and my father's affidavit was not asked for.

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