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Hi,

The NVC completed our case but I got an email and it says that during the interview we need to submit "additional information is required to complete the financial evidence review.

Part 6 Sponsor's Income and Employment

[x] xxxxxx income indicated on the I-864 Part 25 does not correspond to that shown on the most recent

tax return and W-2(s)."

My husband is the petitioner and we filed Married Filing Jointly in our taxes. My husband's income is just his Social Security but I got my own income as self employed and exceed the 125% of the poverty guideline. When I fill out the I-864 I put his income from his Social Security. And I put all the income in line 22 in the 1040 tax return in my I-864A form.

I need answer about this problem:

- I called NVC and I asked them what should I put in Part 6 Sponsor's Income and Employment and on the I-864 Part 25. The operator said that I should put 0.00 in my husband's income because he didn't pay taxes on his Social Security.

- When I called NVC again and I asked about it the other operator said that I should put the income indicated in line 22 in the 1040 tax return even though we filed married filing jointly.

I'm so confused. I will travel to the Philippines to attend the interview of my minor daughter. I don't want to make mistake in the I-864 form because this will delay the visa. Please help me.....

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Hi,

The NVC completed our case but I got an email and it says that during the interview we need to submit "additional information is required to complete the financial evidence review.

Part 6 Sponsor's Income and Employment

[x] xxxxxx income indicated on the I-864 Part 25 does not correspond to that shown on the most recent

tax return and W-2(s)."

My husband is the petitioner and we filed Married Filing Jointly in our taxes. My husband's income is just his Social Security but I got my own income as self employed and exceed the 125% of the poverty guideline. When I fill out the I-864 I put his income from his Social Security. And I put all the income in line 22 in the 1040 tax return in my I-864A form.

I need answer about this problem:

- I called NVC and I asked them what should I put in Part 6 Sponsor's Income and Employment and on the I-864 Part 25. The operator said that I should put 0.00 in my husband's income because he didn't pay taxes on his Social Security.

- When I called NVC again and I asked about it the other operator said that I should put the income indicated in line 22 in the 1040 tax return even though we filed married filing jointly.

I'm so confused. I will travel to the Philippines to attend the interview of my minor daughter. I don't want to make mistake in the I-864 form because this will delay the visa. Please help me.....

Is his income listed on your joint return? If yes, put his individual income from his SS income, which should show on his SSA-1099 Social Security Benefit Statements. If not, put $0. Have him write a statement explaining his only income is Social Security and not taxable, so he does not file taxes on it. Provide them copies of his SSA-1099s. On your I-864A, you need to list your individual income from your 1040 on #11. Then combine your current income with his current income on his I-864 in #24 a., b., and c.

The income from his past taxes do not match up for them because his income is only the SS, and his SSA-1099s will show his income.

The income you list from being self-employed should be the amount on line 22 of the 1040, and it will match up with your 1099s.

You provide the joint tax transcripts, but you need to separate your income amounts on your forms.

Edited by Jay-Kay

Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Is his income listed on your joint return? If yes, put his individual income from his SS income, which should show on his SSA-1099 Social Security Benefit Statements. If not, put $0. Have him write a statement explaining his only income is Social Security and not taxable, so he does not file taxes on it. Provide them copies of his SSA-1099s. On your I-864A, you need to list your individual income from your 1040 on #11. Then combine your current income with his current income on his I-864 in #24 a., b., and c.

The income from his past taxes do not match up for them because his income is only the SS, and his SSA-1099s will show his income.

The income you list from being self-employed should be the amount on line 22 of the 1040, and it will match up with your 1099s.

You provide the joint tax transcripts, but you need to separate your income amounts on your forms.

Hi, I got it. Thank you so much for the help and advice :)

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