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Hello just want to ask is Social Security Disabilty Income(SSDI) consider as income and will be reflected in annual Income tAx? its about $25,500.00 a year($2000+ per month))..will this be okay and safe for 125% poverty minimum for 2 people? plus w/ lets say $23,000.00 savings..will be safe already? what are the next steps to prepare once you got your Noa2?jst preparing in advance.


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Hello just want to ask is Social Security Disabilty Income(SSDI) consider as income and will be reflected in annual Income tAx? its about $25,500.00 a year($2000+ per month))..will this be okay and safe for 125% poverty minimum for 2 people? plus w/ lets say $23,000.00 savings..will be safe already? what are the next steps to prepare once you got your Noa2?jst preparing in advance.

It's income and it meets the 125% requirement for two.


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Hello just want to ask is Social Security Disabilty Income(SSDI) consider as income and will be reflected in annual Income tAx? its about $25,500.00 a year($2000+ per month))..will this be okay and safe for 125% poverty minimum for 2 people? plus w/ lets say $23,000.00 savings..will be safe already? what are the next steps to prepare once you got your Noa2?jst preparing in advance.

Wait SSDI might be viewed as Government Support since it is disability income. In that case it is at the discretion of the Consulate as to whether it is viewed as income, it can be excluded.

The consulate needs to determine the likelihood that the beneficiary will become a Public Charge.

*** Please see the following closely related thread ***

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/248818-co-sponser/

A very complete and lengthy post has been written there by a highly respected member of the VJ community.


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Wait SSDI might be viewed as Government Support since it is disability income. In that case it is at the discretion of the Consulate as to whether it is viewed as income, it can be excluded.

The consulate needs to determine the likelihood that the beneficiary will become a Public Charge.

*** Please see the following closely related thread ***

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/248818-co-sponser/

A very complete and lengthy post has been written there by a highly respected member of the VJ community.

SSDI is accepted income. It is considered the same as SS income from retirment. There is no question about it.


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Wait SSDI might be viewed as Government Support since it is disability income. In that case it is at the discretion of the Consulate as to whether it is viewed as income, it can be excluded.

The consulate needs to determine the likelihood that the beneficiary will become a Public Charge.

*** Please see the following closely related thread ***

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/248818-co-sponser/

A very complete and lengthy post has been written there by a highly respected member of the VJ community.

Jims post you refer to, and yes, Jim is a respected member, refers to SSI, it does NOT refer to SSDI, SSI is a means tested benefit...welfare income. SSDI is NOT means tested. SSDI is always acceptable income.

It is necessary to include a benefit award letter and check stubs or bank statements showing deposits to verify the income.

It counts.

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ohh thanks to all for the info...atleast we are relieved now...goodluck and Godbless just waiting for our Noa2 (7 months already)


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08-26-09 : Filed I-129F

10-05-10 : NOA2

12-01-10 : Visa Approved

AOS

04-27-11 : Filed I-485/I-765

07-05-11 : EAD Approved

11-01-11 : AOS Approved

ROC

08-01-13 : ROC 90 day window opens

POWER OF YOUR LOVE

The struggle for self-fulfillment is full of sacrifices. But true indeed, no trial is impossible to a human being who has a strong faith in God.

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