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It is asking to list partially or wholly dependent persons. I have two kids which I technically have joint custody of, but only see 20% of the time. I pay child support. I do not claim them on my taxes as I have less then 51% actual time with them. Can I answer None or do I need to answer, "Partially Dependent"?

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It is asking to list partially or wholly dependent persons. I have two kids which I technically have joint custody of, but only see 20% of the time. I pay child support. I do not claim them on my taxes as I have less then 51% actual time with them. Can I answer None or do I need to answer, "Partially Dependent"?

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My divorce records will be in my fiance's hands during the interview. The records spell out the custody, visitation & child support agreements, so I don't want to mess this up.

I currently make 300-400% of the poverty level, do you know what the ramifications answering "partially dependent" will do? Any idea how they calculate, "partially dependent"?

TYIA for your advice,

Leo

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Adding:

My divorce records will be in my fiance's hands during the interview. The records spell out the custody, visitation & child support agreements, so I don't want to mess this up.

I currently make 300-400% of the poverty level, do you know what the ramifications answering "partially dependent" will do? Any idea how they calculate, "partially dependent"?

TYIA for your advice,

Leo

Do not know the full ramifications, worst case they are all counted. But it sounds like you make enough that matters not for your children being listed. Since you do pay support and have a legal obligation, yes you must list them. That is what the 134 cares about anyways, is those people that you are legally required to support, including you new fiancee and any children she may bring with her. I do not think it matters how often you see them or not, if you are court ordered to support the kids, then they go on there.


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Do not know the full ramifications, worst case they are all counted. But it sounds like you make enough that matters not for your children being listed. Since you do pay support and have a legal obligation, yes you must list them. That is what the 134 cares about anyways, is those people that you are legally required to support, including you new fiancee and any children she may bring with her. I do not think it matters how often you see them or not, if you are court ordered to support the kids, then they go on there.

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Thank you so much for your advice, I believe you are correct. Still wanting to know if anyone has any idea how they calculate each dependent.

Wow, so cool you surprised your Fiance on her B'Day! hehe

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hi!my fiance hired a paralegal to prepare his affidavit of support.same situation as you. he didnt claim their children on his income tax...But at I134 form he did not put his 2 children as his dependents.my interview is on monday.

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