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My mom has volunteered to co-support my fiance when we get to the interview phase (we weren't going to need it, but now there's a possibility that I won't be working in a couple of months and we need to figure out what we can do before we make any decisions). She makes plenty to be approved as the supporter, the problem is that her job is as a "professional parent", it's essentially an extremely specialized foster parent to disabled children. All of her income is tax exempt (all foster parent pay is) and she doesn't have to claim it when she files with the IRS. She has letters from the government agency stating her yearly income (she had to get it when she re-financed her mortgage) and letters from the contracting agency that actually pays her. She also has check stubs (she's paid once a month) proving that she actually makes this money. Do you think this would be sufficient to prove income when we go to the interview?


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April 1, 2011-Packet sent, back to the grind!

April 2, 2011-USPS confirms delivery to CSC

April 18, 2011-Received biometrics letter

May 5, 2011-Biometrics appointment, quick and easy

June 16, 2011-Card production ordered!

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My mom has volunteered to co-support my fiance when we get to the interview phase (we weren't going to need it, but now there's a possibility that I won't be working in a couple of months and we need to figure out what we can do before we make any decisions). She makes plenty to be approved as the supporter, the problem is that her job is as a "professional parent", it's essentially an extremely specialized foster parent to disabled children. All of her income is tax exempt (all foster parent pay is) and she doesn't have to claim it when she files with the IRS. She has letters from the government agency stating her yearly income (she had to get it when she re-financed her mortgage) and letters from the contracting agency that actually pays her. She also has check stubs (she's paid once a month) proving that she actually makes this money. Do you think this would be sufficient to prove income when we go to the interview?

Should be fine. There's nothing that states that you must have an IRS tax extract. A letter from her employer works just as well. :thumbs:


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2007-07-27 – Case complete at NVC waiting on the world or at least MTL.

2007-12-19 - INTERVIEW AT MTL, SPLIT DECISION.

2007-12-24-Mom's I-551 arrives, Pop's still in purgatory (AP)

2008-03-11-AP all done, Pop is approved!!!!

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