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I-134, Question 7

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: France


Currently working on the I-134, as the petitioner obviously, for the K-1 Visa process.

I'm a bit unsure what exactly to put for Question 7: "I derive an annual income of:"

I work on commission, sales. So my total pay is never perfectly consistent. My last year's W-2 shows me making $40,000. I have a Letter of Employment, where HR stated:

"His base salary is $20,800.00 per year plus any earned commission on commissionable sales."

My commission averages at paying out roughly the same as what my base salary is. Does anyone have any suggestions for what I should put in this section? I had an idea to add an attachment, & on the attachment state that I make a base salary, plus commission, & that my pay stubs submitted as evidence show that I make commission, & the average amount. Along with my YTD earnings from recent pay stubs, etc.

Thanks in advance!

croise les doigts et les orteils!

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Filed: Country: Czech Republic

Can you show a pattern? Do you have 2 or 3 income tax returns with similar annual amounts? You could use that to establish a pattern and then claim that as an average amount you could reasonably expect to make this year. Or, if the amount over the past few years is increasing steadily you can use that to show a pattern and state the last year's amount as what you expect to make this year. Remember, you only have to show 125% of the poverty level, so $20,800 for you and your fiance already meets that requirement. :) We are rooting for you, good luck!

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