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Husband & taxes and healthcare - PLEASE HELP!!!

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Filed: Country: Denmark
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We are going to have the interview on May 6th, which we are thrilled about.

Though I have some very crucial concerns... here it goes:

My husband is on MedicAid. He's a serious astmatic and through his healthcare plan all his medicin is covered. He's working two times a week and gets paid the money straight in his pockets.

When we filed the Affidavit of Support of course we were honest, and wrote his annual gross income in 2007 to be $10.400.

Now, naturally I thought he should file taxes off of the $10.400 but he is worried that if he files taxes it will complicate him receiving MedicAid.

Buy my big concern is that they are gonna ask at the interview if he filed his taxes, why he's on MedicAid when he's supposedly making $10.400 a year, and then it could escalate into an ugly thing, and that it's gonna be a reason for them to deny me the Greencard...

Please try and help....

Kathrine


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$10,400 doesn't make it for 2 people for support. Do you have a Co-sponsor or other assets? I do not know what the medicare criteria is for Income thresholds. Maybe some one can tell you. Good Luck


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$10,400 doesn't make it for 2 people for support. Do you have a Co-sponsor or other assets? I do not know what the medicare criteria is for Income thresholds. Maybe some one can tell you. Good Luck

Exactly -you will need a co-sponsor, for sure.

As for him, he should file his taxes, even if late.

Good luck!

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Filed: Other Country: United Kingdom
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As for him, he should file his taxes, even if late.

Yeah, I agree, he should file his taxes.

Have you filed your own taxes yet? You're supposed to file as a married couple for 2007 since you got married last year, I don't know how complicated it gets if you already filed yours and he didn't bother.

If I were you, I'd get the taxes straight and make sure the GC interview goes well.

Afterwards, you can worry about Medicaid.

Good luck!

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