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my husband gross pay is 496 usd and ytd is 967.20 and his pay of rate is 10 usd per hour. my question is how to get his current annual income?

*we already have joint sponsor because we know that he doesn't meet the poverty guidelines*

please help.. Thank you


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Normally, there is a job contract that will state his annual salary. If not, you will need to calculate, based on how many hours he works a week and how many weeks a year. So for example, if he works 40 hours a week, and works all 52 weeks a year (to include any paid vacation) then:

$10 x 40 x 52= $20800


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Normally, there is a job contract that will state his annual salary. If not, you will need to calculate, based on how many hours he works a week and how many weeks a year. So for example, if he works 40 hours a week, and works all 52 weeks a year (to include any paid vacation) then:

$10 x 40 x 52= $20800

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my concern is about his recent pay stub, are they gonna compute the pay stub and compare it to his current annual income. He is just new in his job and also i have his employment letter but they only indicate his rate per hour..


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Yes tey will do their own calculations also


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Yes tey will do their own calculations also

how to determine his current annual income using his pay stub?


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I told you above.

Does his paystub show a different hourly rate than what his contract says?


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I told you above.

Does his paystub show a different hourly rate than what his contract says?

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its the same 10usd per hour...


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You would want to submit several paystubs so that the adjudicator can determine how many hours per pay period on average your husband works.


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You would want to submit several paystubs so that the adjudicator can determine how many hours per pay period on average your husband works. s

sometimes he works 40 hours a week and sometimes less than 40 hours.. We dont know what to put in his current annual income because of his hours of work are not always 40 hours.. he just got the hired last month,


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He should make his best estimate and support the income claim with paystubs and an employer letter. This is not an uncommon situation ( having an inconsistent paycheck).


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yea i know that's why we don't know what to put in his current annual income. :(


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also in the employment letter it says his full time and his rate of pay is 10 usd per hour


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my husband gross pay is 496 usd and ytd is 967.20 and his pay of rate is 10 usd per hour. my question is how to get his current annual income?

*we already have joint sponsor because we know that he doesn't meet the poverty guidelines*

please help.. Thank you

They're going to look at that and see it's an obviously new job.

If he doesn't get the same hours every week, I would take the average hours worked per week for them what, 2 or 3 weeks he's actually worked? And do an estimated annual income based off of that average number of hours.


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