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I received an RFE asking for proof of current income of my husband since his income last year failed to reach the 125% mark of the poverty level. We actually submitted a letter of employment with out AOS (I-864) when we submit it. My husband had to change jobs and he just started working in the middle of January this year, and he is working more than 60 hrs a week and earning better than his previous work. His current income in average is actually more than 125% of the poverty level. And I am thinking of submitting another employment letter with the information needed by uscis an details of his current work and copy of his pay stubs. Though his pay stubs is like 4 mos worth only since he just started January. Do you think they will accept this enough to prove that he can support me? :unsure: We do not have bank account statements to submit, so we are really relying on his current income as attachment to our Affidavit of Support. Hope you can give me advise or opinion so I can be guided and think better what to do. Thanks :)


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The pay stubs are your best bet. I think four months should be enough to convince the adjudicator. Pay stubs are very good for documenting current pay.

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