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I have just paid for my husband's AOS online. I am still waiting for my daughter's invoice. Do I have to pay another $70 for her case too? I will probably be filing an I-864W for her. I called NVC and asked if I should file an I-864W for my daughter or a regular I-864, but she couldn't give me a direct answer. She just told me to make sure my daughter was within the categories for qualification. Anybody with experience in this?

Also, I began work last year. So I have a 3 months of income on my taxes and it doesn't meet the poverty guidelines. But my annual income is well above the guidelines. Do I write down my income from last years taxes as annual income, or do I write my actual annual income as is seen on my employment letter and paystubs?

Thanks!


09/02/2006: Dee married Eee

10/14/2006: Dee and Eee were blessed with daughter

01/15/2010: NOA1

03/12/2010: Daughter's NOA2 (e-mail/text message) ::: 56 days from NOA1

03/18/2010: Eee's NOA2 (e-mail/text message) ::: 62 days from NOA1

03/26/2010: Case received at NVC

04/26/2010: Sign In Failed!!!/Case Complete per AVR ::: 31 days

04/28/2010: P4

05/12/2010 & 05/14/2010: Medical-PASSED

06/10/2010: Interview at 6:30AM-APPROVED!!! ::: 146 days from NOA1

06/19/2010: Visa on hand

06/25/2010: POE-SFO via PAL

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before you pay for another AOS of 70$ contact the NVC to let them know that the two cases should be related and you will only pay for the one AOS bill but you will have to pay each IV bill

As for the I864 i believe you will need to Send 2009 tax statment with W2 , Proof of Employment showing your estimated annual income for 2010 And If i were you sen the 2008 and 2007 tax transcripts which you can get free from the IRS you will also need to sen the last 6 month Pay stubs. Each Package should have its own cover sheet provided by the NVC


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