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Hi,its my second post for today,and i need your opinion,

my Fiancee's cosponsor is going to be my sister...

my sister filed taxes last year joint with her husband and include there daughter.so thats house hold of 3.they both make around 28.000 for the year 2011,so its over the poverty federal line,

so now,do they have both to fill out and sign each form i-134?

or just needed from one of them?

am really confused.

my sister made by her self around 17.000 or more in 2011.because she start working the mid of 2011.

and in this time she makes around 40.000 a year.

so do you think if she filled the i-134 by her self would be enough?even if she filled 2011 taxes joint?

thank you

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Hi,its my second post for today,and i need your opinion,

my Fiancee's cosponsor is going to be my sister...

my sister filed taxes last year joint with her husband and include there daughter.so thats house hold of 3.they both make around 28.000 for the year 2011,so its over the poverty federal line,

so now,do they have both to fill out and sign each form i-134?

or just needed from one of them?

am really confused.

my sister made by her self around 17.000 or more in 2011.because she start working the mid of 2011.

and in this time she makes around 40.000 a year.

so do you think if she filled the i-134 by her self would be enough?even if she filled 2011 taxes joint?

thank you

You can only have one co-sponsor with the I-134. There is no combining of incomes. If she currently makes $40k individually, then she would qualify for a household of 4, herself, her spouse, her child and your fiancee. It does not matter if she filed taxes jointly. It matters how much she currently earns on her own. She needs to supply her 2011 tax transcript, a letter from her employer stating position and salary plus a few months worth of her most recent pay stubs to prove her current income. She will also need to provide proof of being a USC(copy of birth certificate, naturalization, or bio page from US passport) or LPR(front and back copy of green card).

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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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You can only have one co-sponsor with the I-134. There is no combining of incomes. If she currently makes $40k individually, then she would qualify for a household of 4, herself, her spouse, her child and your fiancee. It does not matter if she filed taxes jointly. It matters how much she currently earns on her own. She needs to supply her 2011 tax transcript, a letter from her employer stating position and salary plus a few months worth of her most recent pay stubs to prove her current income. She will also need to provide proof of being a USC(copy of birth certificate, naturalization, or bio page from US passport) or LPR(front and back copy of green card).

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her current income is 16000 and something for 2011,

so hows that going to be?

shes married and has a child.

its confusing.

but for the year 2012 she would make a $40k

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You can only have one co-sponsor with the I-134. There is no combining of incomes. If she currently makes $40k individually, then she would qualify for a household of 4, herself, her spouse, her child and your fiancee. It does not matter if she filed taxes jointly. It matters how much she currently earns on her own. She needs to supply her 2011 tax transcript, a letter from her employer stating position and salary plus a few months worth of her most recent pay stubs to prove her current income. She will also need to provide proof of being a USC(copy of birth certificate, naturalization, or bio page from US passport) or LPR(front and back copy of green card).

her current income is 16000 and something for 2011,

so hows that going to be?

shes married and has a child.

its confusing.

but for the year 2012 she would make a $40k

Are those 40k projected? Or did she get a job that pays 40k annually?

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her current income is 16000 and something for 2011,

so hows that going to be?

shes married and has a child.

its confusing.

but for the year 2012 she would make a $40k

So how is what going to be? I just gave you all the information I know how to give you. She CURRENTLY makes $40k annually. That is what you have said twice now. That is more than enough for a household of 4, which I said before is: herself, her husband, her child, and the beneficiary. I told you what she needs to provide along with her I-134. What else are you are trying to ask? Is she self-employed or does she have an employer?

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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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So how is what going to be? I just gave you all the information I know how to give you. She CURRENTLY makes $40k annually. That is what you have said twice now. That is more than enough for a household of 4, which I said before is: herself, her husband, her child, and the beneficiary. I told you what she needs to provide along with her I-134. What else are you are trying to ask? Is she self-employed or does she have an employer?

ok cool,please bear with me,yes she currently makes $40k a year or more.but what about 2011 tax return?she has to show that too with form i-134 and she just made 16000 for the past year.

thank you for the responding and taking a time to help me.and lighting me more please

Are those 40k projected? Or did she get a job that pays 40k annually?

she got a job pays $40k a year for 2012

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ok cool,please bear with me,yes she currently makes $40k a year or more.but what about 2011 tax return?she has to show that too with form i-134 and she just made 16000 for the past year.

thank you for the responding and taking a time to help me.and lighting me more please

she got a job pays $40k a year for 2012

The 125% of the poverty level requirement is for CURRENT income and not what she made in the past last year. She still has to provide her 2011 tax transcript, as everyone does(and it is fine that is a joint tax transcript), but her income will be based on what she is earning right now, this year, not last year. She proves that she will make $40k this year with the letter from her employer and recent pay stubs showing how much she receives each pay period.


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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The 125% of the poverty level requirement is for CURRENT income and not what she made in the past last year. She still has to provide her 2011 tax transcript, as everyone does(and it is fine that is a joint tax transcript), but her income will be based on what she is earning right now, this year, not last year. She proves that she will make $40k this year with the letter from her employer and recent pay stubs showing how much she receives each pay period.

wow that makes me feel Good.I thought they would judge the income for the past year,I think am ok then,

so w2 tax return is not enough or need tax transcript?

thank you so much for help.am feeling relaxed now.

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wow that makes me feel Good.I thought they would judge the income for the past year,I think am ok then,

so w2 tax return is not enough or need tax transcript?

thank you so much for help.am feeling relaxed now.

If her income was borderline, I might tell you to choose a different co-sponsor because her past income was low too, but $40k is not borderline for a household of 4, so her current income should work just fine as the co-sponsor. She makes enough to cover a household of up to 6: http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864p.pdf

You can send a complete copy of the tax return, which is all pages: the 1040 plus any schedules and attachments and the W-2s and/or any 1099s she might have. OR, you can get a tax return transcript free from the IRS. You do not have to worry about whether or not the return is complete, or the need to include the W-2s. The IRS transcript is all you need: http://www.irs.gov/individuals/article/0,,id=232168,00.html


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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If her income was borderline, I might tell you to choose a different co-sponsor because her past income was low too, but $40k is not borderline for a household of 4, so her current income should work just fine as the co-sponsor. She makes enough to cover a household of up to 6: http://www.uscis.gov...form/i-864p.pdf

You can send a complete copy of the tax return, which is all pages: the 1040 plus any schedules and attachments and the W-2s and/or any 1099s she might have. OR, you can get a tax return transcript free from the IRS. You do not have to worry about whether or not the return is complete, or the need to include the W-2s. The IRS transcript is all you need: http://www.irs.gov/i...=232168,00.html

thank you so much.she got all documents,tax return and w2,she can get a letter from the employer too.and a lot of pay-stubs and a copy of her citizenship because she dont have a passport.bank account,

i was focusing on her 2011 income.but i did not know they care for the current income.

thank you so much

god bless

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thank you so much.she got all documents,tax return and w2,she can get a letter from the employer too.and a lot of pay-stubs and a copy of her citizenship because she dont have a passport.bank account,

i was focusing on her 2011 income.but i did not know they care for the current income.

thank you so much

god bless

You are welcome. Good luck!


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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You are welcome. Good luck!

thank you so much,

i do really have more questions if you dont mind answer them,

so on the form i-134 that my sister is going to fill out for my fiancee.there is a question says ( relationship to sponsor) what to put there?sister in-law.but we are not married yet!!!and it might be a red flag!!

also do the form i-134 need to be notarized?

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thank you so much,

i do really have more questions if you dont mind answer them,

so on the form i-134 that my sister is going to fill out for my fiancee.there is a question says ( relationship to sponsor) what to put there?sister in-law.but we are not married yet!!!and it might be a red flag!!

also do the form i-134 need to be notarized?

Your sister can put brother's fiancee(or sister's fiance, do not know if you are the male or female) for relationship.

No. The I-134 does not need to be notarized.


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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