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On disability while waiting for AOS interview???

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I am wondering if anyone else here has experienced this, or if anyone has any information on how this would be handled...

We were married in November, filed on December 20th, and just heard that our case was transferred to the California service center.

I was working throughout the K1 process and when we filed for the AOS making enough to meet requirements, but a week later was put on short term disability, and now may be going onto long term disability. With my company's longterm disability policy, I will be making $26,000 per year on disability, and will still be considered an employee, but I am wondering if this should have any bearing on our financial assessment since I am disabled. Has anyone experienced anything similar or can anyone offer advice?

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I am wondering if anyone else here has experienced this, or if anyone has any information on how this would be handled...

We were married in November, filed on December 20th, and just heard that our case was transferred to the California service center.

I was working throughout the K1 process and when we filed for the AOS making enough to meet requirements, but a week later was put on short term disability, and now may be going onto long term disability. With my company's longterm disability policy, I will be making $26,000 per year on disability, and will still be considered an employee, but I am wondering if this should have any bearing on our financial assessment since I am disabled. Has anyone experienced anything similar or can anyone offer advice?

Thanks-

worried wife

I wouldn't worry. Your income appears to be sufficient unless there are a couple children to consider. The good news is that most cases transferred to California are approved without an interview. If not, you'll likely be asked to show evidence of ongoing income at interview. Our interview is next week. Even though the interview notice asks us to bring recent pay stubs, I'll just bring our joint bank statements both as evidence of comingling finances and of income. I don't have "pay stubs" and won't have my 1099 for 2007 yet.


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