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How much money do I need to make a year

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Hi All:

I get this information from wikipedia.

Base on this, how much money do I need to make a year

so I can sponsor my fiancee to come to USA?

Best Regards,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty_in_the_United_States

Persons in Family Unit 48 Contiguous States and D.C. Alaska Hawaii

1 $10,210 $12,770 $11,750

2 $13,690 $17,120 $15,750

3 $17,170 $21,470 $19,750

4 $20,650 $25,820 $23,750

5 $24,130 $30,170 $27,750

6 $27,610 $34,520 $31,750

7 $31,090 $38,870 $35,750

8 $34,570 $43,220 $39,750

For each additional person, add $3,480 $4,350 $4,000

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Hi All:

I get this information from wikipedia.

Base on this, how much money do I need to make a year

so I can sponsor my fiancee to come to USA?

Best Regards,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty_in_the_United_States

Persons in Family Unit 48 Contiguous States and D.C. Alaska Hawaii

1 $10,210 $12,770 $11,750

2 $13,690 $17,120 $15,750

3 $17,170 $21,470 $19,750

4 $20,650 $25,820 $23,750

5 $24,130 $30,170 $27,750

6 $27,610 $34,520 $31,750

7 $31,090 $38,870 $35,750

8 $34,570 $43,220 $39,750

For each additional person, add $3,480 $4,350 $4,000

If your total household size will be 2, and you are in the 48 Contiguous States Then take $13,690 and multiply it by 1.25. Which equals $17112.50. The 2008 numbers should be out soon which likely will be a bit higher.


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Thank you for your replies.

Here are my annual incomes for 2005, 2006, 2007.

2005: $10,951 (Attended University and Worked Part-Time)

2006: $10,403 (Attended University and Worked Part-Time

2007: $25,118 (Graduated from University and Started Working in April 2007)

Base on my annual incomes for 2005, 2006, and 2007; do I still need to have a co-sponsor for K1 Application so I can sponsor my fiancee?

Thank you for your replies.

Regards,

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I have heard 2 things:

1.) HCMC will not accept a Co-Sponsor for a K-1.

and

2.) That they only concentrate on the previous years wages.

Who knows.

Here is a link for the 2007 guidelines with the 125% threshold calculated.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/info/info_1327.html

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Hi All:

I get this information from wikipedia.

Base on this, how much money do I need to make a year

so I can sponsor my fiancee to come to USA?

Best Regards,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty_in_the_United_States

Persons in Family Unit 48 Contiguous States and D.C. Alaska Hawaii

1 $10,210 $12,770 $11,750

2 $13,690 $17,120 $15,750

3 $17,170 $21,470 $19,750

4 $20,650 $25,820 $23,750

5 $24,130 $30,170 $27,750

6 $27,610 $34,520 $31,750

7 $31,090 $38,870 $35,750

8 $34,570 $43,220 $39,750

For each additional person, add $3,480 $4,350 $4,000

If your total household size will be 2, and you are in the 48 Contiguous States Then take $13,690 and multiply it by 1.25. Which equals $17112.50. The 2008 numbers should be out soon which likely will be a bit higher.

you make enough. youll be fine

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