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Hi everyone! Hope your holidays are going well. I posted this a while back, then it got moved to the Canadian forum right after I posted it and then I didn't get any responses. So I will try again.... My honey has to have recent paystubs.. well he works seasonal so his last paystubs will be from end of October, first of November. Then he doesn't start back till March. He is well above the minimum so that isn't a problem. Do we have his employer state he's fulltime seasonal in his letter and attach the latest ones from October, November that he has? Do you think we should show his unemployment stubs as well, or not a good idea? Any ideas on how to approach this? Thanks guys for any help you can give. :whistle:

OH and we called NVC today, hoping they may have received our package, the lady told him to call back in 90 days! I'd say he got a cranky one.

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Hi everyone! Hope your holidays are going well. I posted this a while back, then it got moved to the Canadian forum right after I posted it and then I didn't get any responses. So I will try again.... My honey has to have recent paystubs.. well he works seasonal so his last paystubs will be from end of October, first of November. Then he doesn't start back till March. He is well above the minimum so that isn't a problem. Do we have his employer state he's fulltime seasonal in his letter and attach the latest ones from October, November that he has? Do you think we should show his unemployment stubs as well, or not a good idea? Any ideas on how to approach this? Thanks guys for any help you can give. :whistle:

OH and we called NVC today, hoping they may have received our package, the lady told him to call back in 90 days! I'd say he got a cranky one.That's just their 'everyday' answer :thumbs:

If it were me, I'd approach this from a logical standpoint. State the nature of his employment/income, then provide as much information/documentation to support that.

Such as:

Employment letter -

If he can get one, definitely ask them to include a description of his role in the company i.e., how long he's worked for them - how often his seasonal work is, typical hours worked and if possible, what his rate of pay is.

Pay Stubs -

Include as many as possible - this will help to show his cycle of employment (plus his income).

Unemployment Stubs -

I don't think it would hurt to include this - goes to show his length of employment when he is employed since you can't get unemployment (in most states) unless you've been employed for a certain period of time.

Tax Records -

Last years (2007) Tax Return (and necessary supporting documents) and even 2008's if possible since we're only weeks away from being able to file; all go to support his income/employment history. (Tax transcripts - which can be ordered from the IRS eliminates the need for supporting documents such as W-2s etc.)

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Hi everyone! Hope your holidays are going well. I posted this a while back, then it got moved to the Canadian forum right after I posted it and then I didn't get any responses. So I will try again.... My honey has to have recent paystubs.. well he works seasonal so his last paystubs will be from end of October, first of November. Then he doesn't start back till March. He is well above the minimum so that isn't a problem. Do we have his employer state he's fulltime seasonal in his letter and attach the latest ones from October, November that he has? Do you think we should show his unemployment stubs as well, or not a good idea? Any ideas on how to approach this? Thanks guys for any help you can give. :whistle:

OH and we called NVC today, hoping they may have received our package, the lady told him to call back in 90 days! I'd say he got a cranky one.That's just their 'everyday' answer :thumbs:

If it were me, I'd approach this from a logical standpoint. State the nature of his employment/income, then provide as much information/documentation to support that.

Such as:

Employment letter -

If he can get one, definitely ask them to include a description of his role in the company i.e., how long he's worked for them - how often his seasonal work is, typical hours worked and if possible, what his rate of pay is.

Pay Stubs -

Include as many as possible - this will help to show his cycle of employment (plus his income).

Unemployment Stubs -

I don't think it would hurt to include this - goes to show his length of employment when he is employed since you can't get unemployment (in most states) unless you've been employed for a certain period of time.

Tax Records -

Last years (2007) Tax Return (and necessary supporting documents) and even 2008's if possible since we're only weeks away from being able to file; all go to support his income/employment history. (Tax transcripts - which can be ordered from the IRS eliminates the need for supporting documents such as W-2s etc.)

THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE REPLY! We appreciate it very much. :thumbs:


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