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hi everyone,

please help. my co-sponsor is retired and file her income tax jointly with her husband which is also retired. we're confused on how to answer question n0.25 of part 6 in Form I-864. it's federal income tax return information asking for total income for the 3 consecutive years. what income should we put there? thank you so much for those who will answer.


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your co sponsor's income. also you will need to submit proof of his income alone so the usem can see if hes above poverty level of his household number plus you


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hi renecherubs ;)

i just wanna ask about the question on

PART 2 PRINCIPAL IMMIGRANT is the petitioner?

PART 3 IMMIGRANT YOU ARE SPONSORING is me?

please correct me im wrong.


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hi everyone,

please help. my co-sponsor is retired and file her income tax jointly with her husband which is also retired. we're confused on how to answer question n0.25 of part 6 in Form I-864. it's federal income tax return information asking for total income for the 3 consecutive years. what income should we put there? thank you so much for those who will answer.

You would put her individual income there, which can be found on her W-2s and/or 1099s.

hi renecherubs ;)

i just wanna ask about the question on

PART 2 PRINCIPAL IMMIGRANT is the petitioner?

PART 3 IMMIGRANT YOU ARE SPONSORING is me?

please correct me im wrong.

Part 2 of the I-864 is asking for information about the intending immigrant, the beneficiary, the one that is filing to adjust their status. Part 3 continues to be about the intending immigrant that is being sponsored. Part 1 lists the name of the USC or LPR that is sponsoring the intending immigrant.


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thank you so much for the info ;)


case3.jpg

*CONTINUATION

Received 221g(NBI with AKA)

Sept 5, 2012- sent requested document

Sept 6, 2012- Received doc at USEM by Mr. Leonilo Bernardino

Sept 10, 2012- called USEM and VISA WAS ISSUED

Sept 13, 2012- RECEIVED MY VISA

Sept 14, 2012- CFO seminar done(SMEF-COW)

SEPT 22, 2012- HAPPY FOREVER AFTER

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hi renecherubs ;)

i just wanna ask about the question on

PART 2 PRINCIPAL IMMIGRANT is the petitioner?

PART 3 IMMIGRANT YOU ARE SPONSORING is me?

please correct me im wrong.

part 2 is about the beneficiary or the one being sponsored. and no...the principal immigrant is the beneficiary not the petitioner.part 3 check yes if the person with the name stated in part one is the principal sponsor.


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You would put her individual income there, which can be found on her W-2s and/or 1099s.

Part 2 of the I-864 is asking for information about the intending immigrant, the beneficiary, the one that is filing to adjust their status. Part 3 continues to be about the intending immigrant that is being sponsored. Part 1 lists the name of the USC or LPR that is sponsoring the intending immigrant.

thank you so much for this reply. thank you. i have another thing to ask though. my co-sponsor filed jointly with her husband. do i need to have her husband sign for I-864A? my co-sponsor individual income is over the poverty guideline. thank you again in advance.


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thank you so much for this reply. thank you. i have another thing to ask though. my co-sponsor filed jointly with her husband. do i need to have her husband sign for I-864A? my co-sponsor individual income is over the poverty guideline. thank you again in advance.

No. If her income is plenty on its own for her household size: herself, husband, any dependent children, any other dependents claimed on their taxes, plus the beneficiary, then her husband does not need to fill out the I-864A. He would only need to fill that out if his income was needed to combine with hers to meet the 125% for their household size. She lists her income individually on the form, but she still provides her joint tax transcript. She can also send a copy of her 2011 W-2 along with her 2011 tax transcript, just be clear what her actual income alone is.


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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No. If her income is plenty on its own for her household size: herself, husband, any dependent children, any other dependents claimed on their taxes, plus the beneficiary, then her husband does not need to fill out the I-864A. He would only need to fill that out if his income was needed to combine with hers to meet the 125% for their household size. She lists her income individually on the form, but she still provides her joint tax transcript. She can also send a copy of her 2011 W-2 along with her 2011 tax transcript, just be clear what her actual income alone is.

wow...thank you thank you thank you so much. my question is answered now. God bless you.


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