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Affidavit of support PROBLEMA!

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My fiance is american and well he is just a student , sometimes he works with his dad but he is not in a payroll.. the problem here and that he ask about who can be our person who fill the Affidavit of support and they said must be him, and well he didnt pay taxes at all.. and I supposed that his mom can help us.. but the lawyer that he ask ,she said that his mom cant be and maybe he must pay the last 2 years taxes and earn minimun 8000 dollars well.. is what she said.. but i dont know exactly abou that .. Is someone over here has a fiance that is a student too ? Can help me and advice of this??? I m not freaking out but just a little bit cause we re just starting the papers and he have already a problem... :(

Need some feedback,, please.. I think that form is the most important!

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Hey people :

My fiance is american and well he is just a student , sometimes he works with his dad but he is not in a payroll.. the problem here and that he ask about who can be our person who fill the Affidavit of support and they said must be him, and well he didnt pay taxes at all.. and I supposed that his mom can help us.. but the lawyer that he ask ,she said that his mom cant be and maybe he must pay the last 2 years taxes and earn minimun 8000 dollars well.. is what she said.. but i dont know exactly abou that .. Is someone over here has a fiance that is a student too ? Can help me and advice of this??? I m not freaking out but just a little bit cause we re just starting the papers and he have already a problem... :(

Need some feedback,, please.. I think that form is the most important!

Don't worry, you're not the only one in this situation, or something similar! I have not income (and hence no tax returns) for the last 2 years. I will fill out an affidavit of support and also have one from my brother who is making enough income. I'll let you know how it goes when the interview is done.

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Hey people :

My fiance is american and well he is just a student , sometimes he works with his dad but he is not in a payroll.. the problem here and that he ask about who can be our person who fill the Affidavit of support and they said must be him, and well he didnt pay taxes at all.. and I supposed that his mom can help us.. but the lawyer that he ask ,she said that his mom cant be and maybe he must pay the last 2 years taxes and earn minimun 8000 dollars well.. is what she said.. but i dont know exactly abou that .. Is someone over here has a fiance that is a student too ? Can help me and advice of this??? I m not freaking out but just a little bit cause we re just starting the papers and he have already a problem... :(

Need some feedback,, please.. I think that form is the most important!

Hello Lakinis!

Your fiancee needs to fill out the affidavit of support as well as whatever co-sponsor he chooses. He's going to need a cosponsor since he doesn't meet the minimum income requirements. If his mom does, remember to count all dependents of hers, plus you to figure out what she needs to make.

Buena suerte!

Susy


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was in the same situation but im sure you are not dealing with the MANILA embassy in the philippines coz they dont accept secondary sponsership or joint sponsorship. its good to explain the reason why you make less then the poverty guidelines as well as in the mean time have your fiance look for a second part time job so that way when it comes time for the interview, he already has a part time job and have some sort of means of income. they just want proof that you are on track to having sustained income...they just want to make sure that you are well supported by your future husband.

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