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ok heres my situation for the last 3 years I made almost 30k that's because I work 2 jobs my other job make 17k and the other one is 12k

but the problem is this 2013 my other job that's paid me 17k a year offer me more hours of working I used to work 24 a week on this job and now gave me 40hours a week so I left my other job that payed me 12k a year I start working 40hours a week since may 2013 on my other job will this be a problem because last year I only make 17k on that job and I don't have any pay stub on my other job anymore where I make 12k a year I only send them pay stub from my other job that pays me 17k a year but now it will not be 17k it will be more higher now because I work 40hours a week on this job I also asked my employer to gave me a letter she write down that I got payed $14.75 dollar per hour and work 40 hours a week and make $27.600 a year will this be a problem because I only make 17k a year on this job last year then now I make 27,600 this year but the thing is im not gona make that amount this year because I start working 40hours this may 2013 if I start on January ill probly gona make $27,600 but I start MAY so it will be less than that

note: just try to understand my English because im not good on it thanks again vj

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It really doesn't matter what you "use to " make, it only matter what you do make as income. The embassy will want your most recent tax return, W-2s, the employer letter (which will explain your current income to the embassy very nicely) and don't forget current pay stubs.

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I agree, current gross income is way more accurate than last years income. We're on the same boat, last year I only made $22,377 and I'm below 125% of 3 household. But this year my salary increased to $32,000 and now own 5% of company. Her interview is in July and hopefully that will fly.

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