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The current income you have to put in is the annual salary per year right??

24. My current annual household income:

b.Income you are using from any other person who was counted in your householdsize, including, in certain conditions, the intending immigrant. (See step-by-stepinstructions.) Please indicate name, relationship and income.

It says in the step by step:

If you included the income of the intending immigrant whois your spouse (he or she would be counted on line 21a),evidence that his/her income will continue from the currentsource after obtaining lawful permanent resident status mustbe provided. He/she does not need to complete FormI-864A unless he/she has accompanying children.

Even though i will not be a source of income once i leave do will still add something here??

On the cover letter example i have there are 1099INT & 1099DIV

- My husband asked at the taxs place that he does not have these as its for people who are self employed and misc. Is this right?

My husband is in the Army and doesnt have a letter of employment, what shall we do?

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anybody? :(


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your husband can get a letter signed by his CO or supervisor stating that he is employed. Your husband can also (and should) send his last 6 LES's (leave and earnings statements...this should be good for employment, but a letter is good to have). Another good thing to have is a copy of his orders to his station that he is at now. It is best for your husband to just get his tax transcripts from the IRS....this is best because then he dont have to supply all the supporting documents although I did include my w-2s because I can print them from the mypay site. Also, the annual income would be listed as adjusted gross income on the tax return.

You wouldnt add your income UNLESS the job will continue when you get to the US. (like transferring in the company to the US)

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The current income you have to put in is the annual salary per year right??

Annual means per year so the answer is yes

24. My current annual household income:

b.Income you are using from any other person who was counted in your householdsize, including, in certain conditions, the intending immigrant. (See step-by-stepinstructions.) Please indicate name, relationship and income.

It says in the step by step:

If you included the income of the intending immigrant whois your spouse (he or she would be counted on line 21a),evidence that his/her income will continue from the currentsource after obtaining lawful permanent resident status mustbe provided. He/she does not need to complete FormI-864A unless he/she has accompanying children.

Even though i will not be a source of income once i leave do will still add something here??

that should answer your question, you will not be a source of continueing income from your current source ...

On the cover letter example i have there are 1099INT & 1099DIV

- My husband asked at the taxs place that he does not have these as its for people who are self employed and misc. Is this right?

correct, a 1099 is for income not recieved from permanent employment

My husband is in the Army and doesnt have a letter of employment, what shall we do?

follow the advice of scott -

(4) Use of Intending Immigrant’s Income. If the sponsor does not meet the income requirement on the basis of his or her own income and/or assets, the sponsor may also count the intending immigrant’s income if (1)(a) the intending immigrant is either the sponsor’s spouse or (b) has the same principal residence as the sponsor, and (2) the preponderance of the evidence shows that the intending immigrant’s income results from the intending immigrant’s lawful employment in the United States or from some other lawful source that will continue to be available to the intending immigrant after he or she acquires permanent resident status. The prospect of employment in the United States that has not yet actually begun does not count toward meeting this requirement.

Note: The revised definition of “household income” retains the requirement that, unless the intending immigrant is the sponsor’s spouse, the intending immigrant must have the same principal residence as the sponsor in order for the sponsor to rely on the sponsored immigrant’s income. It is no longer required, however, that the intending immigrant must have had the same principal residence as the sponsor for at least 6 months.

Note: The interim rule did not directly address the ability of a sponsor to rely on an intending immigrant’s income from unauthorized employment in meeting the Poverty Guidelines threshold for the sponsor’s household income. In response to a specific comment relating to the issue of the sponsor’s reliance on an intending immigrant’s income, the revised definition of “household income” now makes it clear that income from an intending immigrant’s unauthorized employment may not be considered in determining whether the sponsor’s anticipated household income meets the applicable Poverty Guidelines threshold. The basis for this clarification is the clear public policy, as stated in INA §§ 245©(2) and 274A, 8 U.S.C. §§ 1255©(2) and 1324a, against unauthorized employment. Unauthorized employment, admittedly, is not always a bar to adjustment of status. Nevertheless, sections 212(a)(4)© and 213A clearly assume that it is primarily the sponsor himself or herself who must meet the income threshold for the Form I-864. This principle is gravely undermined by permitting the sponsor to rely on the intending immigrant’s income, if it is derived from unlawful employment.


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