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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hello!

Could someone help me about my question?

Here is: My fiance works as a salesman in a company of air conditioning and heaters, his money is on comission, some months he makes a good money, other dont. But in end of the year he reaches what they ask about the poverty level. So in the end, he makes a good money and can prove that he can support me in USA. I concern if he will have problem just because he can shows his paycheck of some months which sometimes he doesn´t make a good money, but other months he does, but his income tax for the year shows that he can suppeort me there.

Will he have problems with it or not?

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The goal here is to meet the 125% above the poverty guideline outlined in the following link: http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-864p.pdf

The USCIS will not look at just one paycheck. Your sponsor should supply all requirements for the I-864 form and additional if needed. This could consist of a number of pay-stubs, prior copies of bank statements, (3) years of tax transcripts (free from the IRS), etc. in order to prove you are above the 125% the poverty guideline for number of persons in the household. If you are below then you can seek a sponsor and present this information in the form. I would think there is little concern as long as you have the documents to prove the past and current income. My advice would be to file this year’s taxes and include them if this will be beneficial to show the income is at the correct level. My your visa come swiftly. (Smile)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hi Catiane!!! :-)

I was told the NVC looks at your W-2, not at your month to month paychecks...I might be wrong, but in my case I sent copies of my paychecks for the last 6 months and copies of my taxes and W-2's for the last three years.

Hope this helps and hope to talk to you on messenger! Take care and say HI! to your fiancee.

Marco

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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The goal here is to meet the 125% above the poverty guideline outlined in the following link: http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/I-864p.pdf

The USCIS will not look at just one paycheck. Your sponsor should supply all requirements for the I-864 form and additional if needed. This could consist of a number of pay-stubs, prior copies of bank statements, (3) years of tax transcripts (free from the IRS), etc. in order to prove you are above the 125% the poverty guideline for number of persons in the household. If you are below then you can seek a sponsor and present this information in the form. I would think there is little concern as long as you have the documents to prove the past and current income. My advice would be to file this year’s taxes and include them if this will be beneficial to show the income is at the correct level. My your visa come swiftly. (Smile)

Thanks a lot!

I was worried about that.

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