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Hi everyone. Here I go:

I-864 and I-864A

1) My husband just got let go from the job he had for 2 months, should he still submit last paystubs, or should he say he is unemployed (his mother is our household member with enough income for the 3 of us).

2) In 2008, my husband made much more money than he will this year. he is 21, so he doesnt have a steady job since he is still going to school. Is it fair to put his annual income as it is on the last year's tax return, even though he is gonna make sufficiently less this year, or how should we go about this?I'm talking about line 23 on I-864.

3) For I-864A, the relationship and common residency has to be established between the sponsor and the household memeber. Both my husband and his mom can make a copy of their drivers license with the same address on them which establishes common residency, is that enough? The problem with establishing relationship is: my husband can't find his birth certificate, and his last name is different from his mom's last name as well (she got rid of my husband's father's name after they divorced)? So, do we necessarily have to establish their family relationship and how should we do this?

Also, is the drivers' license enough forthe proof of residency?

4) For I-864A, if we want to get it notarized, where should the notary put the stamp and the signature, can he do it on the form, or what's the right way to do it?

5) For proof of employment, does it have to be both paystubs and the employer letter, or just one of those? And if pay stubs, how many?

I think that's it for now, but I'm sure I will harrass you more later :) Thanks!


2-year green card application:

07/29/2009- Mailed I-130, I-485, I-693, I-864, I-864A, G-325A, I-765 via USPS.

08/02/2009- Package delivered to Chicago.

08/06/2009- Checks cashed.

08/10/2009- Received NOA's for I-485, I-130, I-765 (issued August 6th).

08/19/2009- Recieved Biometrics Appointment notice (bio apt 9/12 at 9am).

08/21/2009- Recieved RFE for I-485 (issued August 17th).

08/22/2009- Responded to RFE.

09/01/2009- Case processing resumed (RFE recieved on 8/27/2009).

09/01/2009- Walk-in biometrics at 1:00pm, in and out in 15mins.

09/09/2009- Recieved e-mail: EAD card production ordered on 09/08/2009.

09/14/2009- Recieved another e-mail: EAD card production ordered (AGAIN!) on 09/11/2009.

09/16/2009- EAD recieved in the mail.

09/21/2009- Applied for a SSN.

09/30/2009- Recieved SSC.

10/14/2009- Received interview notice (Interview on 11/16 at 9:35am)

11/16/2009- Interview,APPROVED and CARD production ordered e-mail!Yay!

11/19/2009- Welcome Notice Recieved and Card production ordered e-mail again!

11/27/2009- Received green card in the mail!

Removal of Conditions:

09/09/2011- Sent the package via Priority mail, with delivery confirmation.

09/12/2011- Package delivered.

09/13/2011- Check cashed.

09/14/2011- NOA issued and received on 09/17/2011.

09/15/2011- Biometrics appointment issued for 10/05

11/21/2011- Card production ordered.

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Hi everyone. Here I go:

I-864 and I-864A

1) My husband just got let go from the job he had for 2 months, should he still submit last paystubs, or should he say he is unemployed (his mother is our household member with enough income for the 3 of us).

2) In 2008, my husband made much more money than he will this year. he is 21, so he doesnt have a steady job since he is still going to school. Is it fair to put his annual income as it is on the last year's tax return, even though he is gonna make sufficiently less this year, or how should we go about this?I'm talking about line 23 on I-864.

3) For I-864A, the relationship and common residency has to be established between the sponsor and the household memeber. Both my husband and his mom can make a copy of their drivers license with the same address on them which establishes common residency, is that enough? The problem with establishing relationship is: my husband can't find his birth certificate, and his last name is different from his mom's last name as well (she got rid of my husband's father's name after they divorced)? So, do we necessarily have to establish their family relationship and how should we do this?

Also, is the drivers' license enough forthe proof of residency?

4) For I-864A, if we want to get it notarized, where should the notary put the stamp and the signature, can he do it on the form, or what's the right way to do it?

5) For proof of employment, does it have to be both paystubs and the employer letter, or just one of those? And if pay stubs, how many?

I think that's it for now, but I'm sure I will harrass you more later :) Thanks!

1. He should tell the truth - unemployed. (since your mother is co-sponsoring - no issues)

2. I would use this years income, since he is unemployed, it will be less, but co-sponsor, again no issues.

3. No matter about relationship (that doesn't matter, only they share the same household)

4. Usually they stamp it by the signature or they make a separate sheet stating "such and such was signed in my presence)

5. Both would work, four months or so of stubs.


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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Filed: Other Country: Russia
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Thank you Bobby. I only don't understand 2nd issue. It asks to state his annual income, but he can't put a number there if he doesn't know how much he is going to earn in 2009. In the meantime, he has to put a number there, I don't understand what he should do..


2-year green card application:

07/29/2009- Mailed I-130, I-485, I-693, I-864, I-864A, G-325A, I-765 via USPS.

08/02/2009- Package delivered to Chicago.

08/06/2009- Checks cashed.

08/10/2009- Received NOA's for I-485, I-130, I-765 (issued August 6th).

08/19/2009- Recieved Biometrics Appointment notice (bio apt 9/12 at 9am).

08/21/2009- Recieved RFE for I-485 (issued August 17th).

08/22/2009- Responded to RFE.

09/01/2009- Case processing resumed (RFE recieved on 8/27/2009).

09/01/2009- Walk-in biometrics at 1:00pm, in and out in 15mins.

09/09/2009- Recieved e-mail: EAD card production ordered on 09/08/2009.

09/14/2009- Recieved another e-mail: EAD card production ordered (AGAIN!) on 09/11/2009.

09/16/2009- EAD recieved in the mail.

09/21/2009- Applied for a SSN.

09/30/2009- Recieved SSC.

10/14/2009- Received interview notice (Interview on 11/16 at 9:35am)

11/16/2009- Interview,APPROVED and CARD production ordered e-mail!Yay!

11/19/2009- Welcome Notice Recieved and Card production ordered e-mail again!

11/27/2009- Received green card in the mail!

Removal of Conditions:

09/09/2011- Sent the package via Priority mail, with delivery confirmation.

09/12/2011- Package delivered.

09/13/2011- Check cashed.

09/14/2011- NOA issued and received on 09/17/2011.

09/15/2011- Biometrics appointment issued for 10/05

11/21/2011- Card production ordered.

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