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Hello! My lawyer is telling me that we need all year-to-date pay stubs from my co-sponsor and it is proving difficult for her to get a printout of them from her employer. She has pay stubs for May, June, one from July, One from August and the current one from September so far. She has had this job for 5 years. She is paid salary and her paycheck is the same every payday, plus her stubs indicate her Y-T-D earnings. Her income level is well above the guidelines, but I just want to be sure not to risk any problems. We have a letter of employment from her boss as well. Everything is in order except the full years worth of pay stubs. Is this something to worry about? I have heard of some people submitting just the 3 most current pay stubs, but now I am worried that her (co-sponsor) not having the whole years worth might be a problem. Please set me straight. Thank you for reading and responding!

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Hello! My lawyer is telling me that we need all year-to-date pay stubs from my co-sponsor and it is proving difficult for her to get a printout of them from her employer. She has pay stubs for May, June, one from July, One from August and the current one from September so far. She has had this job for 5 years. She is paid salary and her paycheck is the same every payday, plus her stubs indicate her Y-T-D earnings. Her income level is well above the guidelines, but I just want to be sure not to risk any problems. We have a letter of employment from her boss as well. Everything is in order except the full years worth of pay stubs. Is this something to worry about? I have heard of some people submitting just the 3 most current pay stubs, but now I am worried that her (co-sponsor) not having the whole years worth might be a problem. Please set me straight. Thank you for reading and responding!

The most common advice I've seen here at VJ is the last six months' pay stubs. Obviously that's easier to do if you're paid monthly rather than biweekly. In any case, a year's worth is probably overkill.

Improved USCIS Form G-325A (Biographic Information)

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Hello! My lawyer is telling me that we need all year-to-date pay stubs from my co-sponsor and it is proving difficult for her to get a printout of them from her employer. She has pay stubs for May, June, one from July, One from August and the current one from September so far. She has had this job for 5 years. She is paid salary and her paycheck is the same every payday, plus her stubs indicate her Y-T-D earnings. Her income level is well above the guidelines, but I just want to be sure not to risk any problems. We have a letter of employment from her boss as well. Everything is in order except the full years worth of pay stubs. Is this something to worry about? I have heard of some people submitting just the 3 most current pay stubs, but now I am worried that her (co-sponsor) not having the whole years worth might be a problem. Please set me straight. Thank you for reading and responding!

The most common advice I've seen here at VJ is the last six months' pay stubs. Obviously that's easier to do if you're paid monthly rather than biweekly. In any case, a year's worth is probably overkill.

Thank you, Stephen+Elisha. That makes me feel better. I was thinking that six months would suffice.

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