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I'm going over my affidavit of support and confused myself into another conundrum.

I started a Job on June 1, 2010 never had a taxable job before so I never filed Tax returns, so I requested the last three years (2009,2008,2007) as proof of nonfiling which I have on hand.

I also have an employment letter listing my annual salary which is borderline under the poverty guidlines so I have a household joint sponsor "I-864A" to file along with my I-864.

My question is refering to Questions 23, 24 and 25 on form I-864

for #23. Do I put the annual income from my employment letter or leave it blank? as I have not worked a full tax year yet.

for #24. Depending on answer to #23 putting joint sponsors annual income vs. adding to my annual income thats on employment letter or just adding joint sponsor income in part c. total household income.

for #25. Based on the fact that I haven't filed a tax return how should I fill this area out? What I assumed myself is that I wouldn't check 1st box mentioning that I filed a tax return for past 3 years and that I would list the past 3 years and $0.00 for total income and check the bottom box? Is this correct?

Also I need a confirmation on my listed household size on Part 5 of I-864.

If I count me "sponsor", husband "beneficiary" and Household joint sponsor "Mother" that is 3 right based on the questions it asked me. I don't have any dependents and my mother can't claim my brother or sister anymore as dependents; my brother is away in the Navy and my sister does live in the same household, but not a dependent on a tax return so is the number still 3 based on the questions asked?

07-28-08 Married.


05-04-10 Packet I-130 mailed.

05-06-10 Packet I-130 Arrived.

05-11-10 Packet I-130 Received by USCIS.

05-13-10 Touched.

05-17-10 NOA 1 Hardcopy Received.

11-03-10 Touched. Approved.

11-22-10 NOA2 hardcopy received.


11-04-10 DS-3032, I-864 Bill received.

11-04-10 E-mailed DS-3032.

11-05-10 DS-3032 Received.

11-04-10 AOS Bill paid.

11-05-10 IV Bill paid.

11-13-10 Sent IV and AOS.

11-15-10 IV and AOS Received.

11-30-10 IV and AOS in NVC system.

12-10-10 RFE.

12-11-10 Sent requested documents.

12-13-10 Documents arrived @ NVC.

01-10-11 Case complete at NVC.


02-09-11 Husbands Medical Exam.

02-14-11 Interview. Approved.

5-14-11 POE

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