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Haven't sent i-864 yet, Sponsor fired from job, awaiting new job, What to file?

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Hello, I had recently had most of the information together for our sponsor ( my father) who made well above the 125% poverty line at his job for over the past two years.

Today he was fired, he has a few other jobs lined up that look promising but they might take a week or so to start working again and two weeks to receive the first paycheck, but the salary will be sufficient.

My question is he would like to file for unemployment the month of November so that he does not get behind on bills etc ( just moved a lot of extra expenses).

Will this look bad when we turn in the i-864? Also since he lost his job and I have his previous pay stubs what do I file with the i-864?

Do I wait until he has been at the new job for at least a month and send in previous pay stubs, new jobs pay stubs and his unemployment for November? So it shows six months of income?

Since I obviously don't want to wait for six months of new pay stubs to file :/ ?

Last question, how to count dependents? Do you count the person making the income as well?

So, Myself, My husband and my father would be three?

Or just two myself and my husband under my father's income?

Any input is greatly appreciated!

thank you!


Met:4/8/10

Started dating : 04/17/10

He came to US: 8/3/10

( Was supposed to return 9/3/10)

Now we have been married since 3/23/12 heart.gif

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The only thing I can suggest is if he has a job offer and he accepted it, is to have his employer write a letter stating when he starts, what his position is and what his salary will be. Otherwise if he does not have a guaranteed job I believe he has to state his is unemployed and will have to have a co-sponsor who is 125% above the line but it does not have to be a family member.

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Filed: Country: Canada
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So I should wait until he has the job and the first pay stub from it?

He would only receive unemployment for one month ( only applying for the month of November cause he will only be receiving one paycheck this month)

He will have a job that will make over 125% in the next few weeks, luckily he has multiple offers.

What I am confused about is once he gets the job, he will only have the first pay stub and his pay stubs from the previous job when we go to send i-864. Will that be sufficient income proof?

and will getting unemployment for the one month cause any further issues? He won't be on unemployment at the time I go to send the i-864. He will have had unemployment the one month.

(I don't think the employer can write him a letter stating his salary since he is mostly commission based, he can write one saying he's employed )

We have no one else who could co-sponsor but that shouldn't be needed if his new job makes above the 125% right? :/

thanks for your reply!


Met:4/8/10

Started dating : 04/17/10

He came to US: 8/3/10

( Was supposed to return 9/3/10)

Now we have been married since 3/23/12 heart.gif

Getting AOS packet together.

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