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hi it me again..my fiance had been collect his unployment benefits from Aug. 2008 - Aug. 2009... my question is it can be consider this as a proof of a current income??? bec i plan to send this too to usem with his employment certificate,payment stub and his certificate as a student..somebody can give me an advice...plz...thank you :unsure:

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Unemployment benefits can be considered as income but because of the temporary nature (never mind its usually low amount) not much weight is given to it. It certainly can and should be reported as income but if overall income is below or even just above the minimum required - a co-sponsor should be considered. :thumbs:

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Unemployment benefits can be considered as income but because of the temporary nature (never mind its usually low amount) not much weight is given to it. It certainly can and should be reported as income but if overall income is below or even just above the minimum required - a co-sponsor should be considered. :thumbs:

hi thank you for replying. For K1 visa they don't accept co-sponsor here in Manila US Embassy..

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Unemployment benefits can be considered as income but because of the temporary nature (never mind its usually low amount) not much weight is given to it. It certainly can and should be reported as income but if overall income is below or even just above the minimum required - a co-sponsor should be considered. :thumbs:

hi thank you for replying. For K1 visa they don't accept co-sponsor here in Manila US Embassy..

Yes they do. :yes:

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Unemployment benefits can be considered as income but because of the temporary nature (never mind its usually low amount) not much weight is given to it. It certainly can and should be reported as income but if overall income is below or even just above the minimum required - a co-sponsor should be considered. :thumbs:

hi thank you for replying. For K1 visa they don't accept co-sponsor here in Manila US Embassy..

Yes they do. :yes:

yes 99.9% :huh:

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