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Okay I hope I say this without it being too confusing...concerning the proof of income... will the embassy want to see that I make enough for my present household (3) or my future household with him included (4)? I make enough for either now I just wanted to know how this worked specifically for prior years...will I need to be above the 125% poverty line for a house hold of 3 or 4 for the previous years...(09, 10, 11)I would assume 3 as we weren't married then? but then again I could be wrong....thanks in advance! :star:




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The Affidavit of Support I-864 Needs to show that you presently make enough money to support your total household above the poverty line including the beneficiary at the time you file the I-864!

If not, you will need a joint sponsor!

Good luck :thumbs:

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The Affidavit of Support I-864 Needs to show that you presently make enough money to support your total household above the poverty line including the beneficiary at the time you file the I-864!

If not, you will need a joint sponsor!

Good luck :thumbs:

thank you! :D




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Hey sweetie!! well i wanted to tell u in REAL PEOPLE talk... the main thing you need to think about is that they are looking to make sure you meet the income RIGHT NOW. I included 5 years of tax transcripts/returns and i only meet the income requirement for this current job im at now. Prev years i was just below the amount they want and we had no problems getting aproved. sooooo, the main things that matter is that the current income you have( total of ALL income you have,IE...child support,work,ect...) is enugh to meet the requirement including you,kids, AND him. i spoke with a lawyer prev and he was telling me how the only reason they ask for the prev years returns (since they dont have to meet requirements) is to see the history. if you never had a job in life and this is your first time then it might be an issue as to if you are financially stable(can you find work) . if you made 15k a year for the last 5 yrs then all of a sudden you claim you are making 50k a year they may want to look into it a little more. hope my rambling helped....lol

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Good explanation. KandT ;). Like me I am submitting back to 2007 to show my big salary and a lot of explanation how I took 2009 off to talk care of the babies and 2011 didn't work at all living inn 9ja. My unemployment now meets the guidelines. But we know in Jesus name I will have a Job and they will see oh she still a QA analyst and all that.

So yes current plus 4 folks is you now LOL. Welcome to the world of AOS.


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Hey sweetie!! well i wanted to tell u in REAL PEOPLE talk... the main thing you need to think about is that they are looking to make sure you meet the income RIGHT NOW. I included 5 years of tax transcripts/returns and i only meet the income requirement for this current job im at now. Prev years i was just below the amount they want and we had no problems getting aproved. sooooo, the main things that matter is that the current income you have( total of ALL income you have,IE...child support,work,ect...) is enugh to meet the requirement including you,kids, AND him. i spoke with a lawyer prev and he was telling me how the only reason they ask for the prev years returns (since they dont have to meet requirements) is to see the history. if you never had a job in life and this is your first time then it might be an issue as to if you are financially stable(can you find work) . if you made 15k a year for the last 5 yrs then all of a sudden you claim you are making 50k a year they may want to look into it a little more. hope my rambling helped....lol

ahha...thank you KandT....makes perfect sense :).... well I checked the poverty guideline...and I make the required income for my household plus him for the past 3 years to current so yay....I should be good to go! Praying to God I am still working at my current job by the time he goes for his interview not b/c I am in trouble of losing my job just b/c with this economy you just don't know...all my faith is in God... I really appreciate the advice and help here! (L)




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