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I am a Native born American citizen, My family has lived in Jordan for the past 7 years. We will submit our I-130 (DCF) for my Ukraianian wife and 19 year old stepson in December. I need advise for our soon-thereafter interview for my wife and stepson in Jordan. Our case needs help and guidance from you...

I have not filed federal or state taxes since 2005. I have been unemployed during this tenure, and do not have any W2 or 1099s and have zero income to claim. What do I need to do or consider for the affidavit of support. I will accept a job offer in the coming months, so I will have an employment letter from a large recognized US corp. I am able to bring in a co-sponsor that will deminstrate sufficient income to support me and my family. My family and I have more than 15,000 in the bank currently, and have about 30,000.00 in assets (furniture and vehicles). Our family size is five: 2- small children, 1 - 19 year old stepson, my wife, and myself. Any advise?? My biggest concern is not having any tax returns, W2 forms, or employment history for the past 5 years. What should we do, and do we have anything to worry about???????

Thanks, Gary

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland

You didn';t need to file taxes as you had no income; in lieu of tax returns, simply write a short letter explaining that you were not required to file taxes as you were unemployed and sign it.

The employment letter might help, but not much, unless you have paystubs to show by the time your family has their interview. However, it does not matter, as you have a co-sponsor, which is how most DCFers do the affidavit of support. You do not have to include your aseets as you have a co-sponsor, unless you want to.

Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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