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Hi everyone. We are currently waiting for NOa2. My husband is still here in the Philippines for a year. He has n job but he invested his money into a fishing business. But of course, the total earnings for the boat per day is only written in a paper.

Question: Does my husband need to have a job here in the Phils before my interview although we will be having his sister to be our co-sponsor?

Please help me on how to figure out that we need to do.

Thanks.


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No. He does not need a job here in the Philippines. If he is an American Citizen, his income will be based off his Income Tax Return for 2011 last year if he's already filed it or the year before if not. If he is retired then his income is still based off his Income Tax Return from last year. He could include current earnings, however that would involve those earnings that are earned from the states because that will be the earnings that he proves where he can support you even if it does include his sister, it has to be at least above the poverty base line. More information found on the following site.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_2991.html


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No. He does not need a job here in the Philippines. If he is an American Citizen, his income will be based off his Income Tax Return for 2011 last year if he's already filed it or the year before if not. If he is retired then his income is still based off his Income Tax Return from last year. He could include current earnings, however that would involve those earnings that are earned from the states because that will be the earnings that he proves where he can support you even if it does include his sister, it has to be at least above the poverty base line. More information found on the following site.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_2991.html

Hi are you still here in the Philippines?


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