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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Wales
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Hi,

Just wondering how many months of pay stubs do I need to print out for the I-864EZ? I have read 3 months and also 6 months? Which one is right? I have met the income requirement for the last three years and have all my tax documents and will also be providing a letter from my employer.


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Hi,

Just wondering how many months of pay stubs do I need to print out for the I-864EZ? I have read 3 months and also 6 months? Which one is right? I have met the income requirement for the last three years and have all my tax documents and will also be providing a letter from my employer.

Think we only submitted the last current 3

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Hi,

Just wondering how many months of pay stubs do I need to print out for the I-864EZ? I have read 3 months and also 6 months? Which one is right? I have met the income requirement for the last three years and have all my tax documents and will also be providing a letter from my employer.

There's no certain number of months as the pay stubs themselves aren't mandatory. Most people though submit 6 months when they do submit pay stubs. It's up to you how many you submit.

For our case, we submitted all the pay stubs my husband had at his current job, which was 7 months worth.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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It's not the number of pay stubs, but rather the period that they cover--here are the exact words form the I-864 instructions:

You may also provide pay stub(s) showing your income for the previous six months.

They are interested in seeing SIX MONTHS of income--most companies have a year-to-date section on your pay stub, and in that case, you would only need to submit the most recent pay stub if it showed YTD for a six month period. We actually submitted just one pay stub showing YTD through May--five months--and they accepted it without question.

And don't forget--a pay stub is entirely optional, but certainly strong evidence of your current income level now that we are half way thru 2010.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Wales
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Thanks for all the advice, I think my company has a year to date total on our pay stubs so I will print out the most recent one when I send in my I-864 documents. :star:


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08/21/2013 - Biometrics Appt

09/10/2013 - Transferred to CSC

12/28/2013 - RFE from CSC

01/28/2014 - Sent RFE Response Packet

02/27/2014 -Green Card Approved

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: India
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Yep. Just planning on submitting one pay stub as it does have the YTD option on it.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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Pay stubs are completely optional and if you financials are strong, then you don't need them, but if you financials are weak, and your current financials are better, then the only way to show that is your pay stubs.

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