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AFFIDAVIT SUPPORT QUESTION AGAIn..

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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Here is the situation, LAST year , i worked part time, and I was and i i'm still a student, and last year i made 10000$, which is not a lot, therefore i need to find a sponsor...

I gave my W-2 form to my uncle, he is an accountant, so he can file it for me, and since i'm "dependent" on him/his wife, i gave it to him, and he included it to his profit/taxes return.

Do i need to take his all previous tax returns to show that i filed tax returns or the explanation that i gave my W-2 form because i'm "dependent" upon him would work?

OR I JUST SHOULD INCLUDE W-2 form with my pay stubs and the letter from the employer?

Other than that, I'm starting the job on monday, ill get paid 3000$ a month, which is more than enough regarding the 2011 poverty guidelines for a person who lives by himself alone, and who would sponsor his own fiance. And I will probably receive an interview date with all other documents on MONDAY as well.. so what should i do? i should wait till i get at least paid 1-2 times, get pa stubs, get the letter from the employer stating that i will be working for his compony and that he will pay me this much, and then send everything to my fiance so she can go to the interview?

One more question.. to secure myself i want my aunt to be a sponsor for me. IF Her income is above the poverty guidelines, and I'm one of the "dependent" persons in the last year tax returns, even THOUGH I DO NOT LIVE IN HER HOUSEHOLD , AM i considered a member of her household? IN OTHER WORDS...

WHAT IF MY AUNT IS GOINg to SPONSOR ME, SHE LIVES WITH HER HUSBAND, BUt SHE HAS 5 dependent people, IN THE POVERtY GUIDELINE WHERE DO I LOOK?

FOR 125% for 3 people (AUNT, husband, and my fiance) or 6 PEOPLE (5 dependents (Including me and husband) + 1 fiance)

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!

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