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My Priority date is January 2015 under F2A.

I am just worried regarding our current situation, with the fast movement I assumed that the financial documents such as W2 and ITR will be needed.

My husband just came in the US as an LPR last Oct 2014 and had a job just this February 2015. His current salary plus our asset will meet the 125% poverty line ($19,912) however, his ITR and W2 will be released early next year.

Can you please provide tips on how are we going to handle such case or shall we find a co sponsor?

If we are going to look for a co sponsor does the salary of that person should be equivalent of 3 household size of $25,112?

Thank you for your help :goofy:

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provide letter of employment and 6 months pay stub to establish your husband's current income.

best of luck

Priority Date - December 2, 2013


12/02/13 : NOA1 (Priority Date)

03/24/15 : Case Transferred from VSC to CSC

03/28/15 : Hard copy of transfer received in mail

04/14/15 : NOA2 ( I-130 Approved) - finally! (informed via text on 4/16/2015)


04/29/15 : NVC received the case (informed during phone call to NVC on 5/01/2015

05/08/15 : Case number assigned and IIN (received via phone call on 5/14/2015)

05/12/15 : NVC Welcome letter mailed

05/19/15 : NVC Welcome received in mail

05/29/15 : DS-261 Finally Available on CEAC and completed

05/29/15 : AOS bill Available on CEAC and paid (status: IN PROCESS)

06/02/15 : AOS bill status: PAID

06/15/15 : IV invoice generated (notified by email) but unable to pay on CEAC...waiting...

07/05/15 : IV bill Finally Available on CEAC and paid (status: IN PROCESS)

07/08/15 : IV bill status: PAID

07/08/15 : DS-260 Available

07/12/15 : DS-260 completed and submitted

07/13/15 : AOS and IV package mailed to NVC

07/14/15 : AOS and IV package received by NVC

07/16/15 : Scan Date

07/28/15 : CASE COMPLETE - NO checklist! :dancing::dancing::dancing:London...here we come...!!

08/04/15 : CC Email received...waiting for Interview Letter....

08/11/15 : Interview letter (IL/P4) received ...interview date 9/11/2015! :dancing: :dancing::dancing:


08/11/15 : Case Shipped to embassy

08/12/15 : Case Arrived in UK (tracked on DHL website)

08/12/15 : Medical completed

08/14/15 : CEAC showing IN TRANSIT

08/18/15 : CEAC showing READY

09/11/15 : Interview date (initial)

09/08/15 : Interview date (rescheduled on 8/18/2015) - APPROVED :)

xx/xx/15 : Visa in hand
xx/xx/15 : POE....Dulles airport!

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Send as much paystubs as he can. The rest you can bring to the interview (scanned copies are fine).

If you opt for a joint sponsor, the JS's income should be enough for his/her own number of household plus you (the intending immigrant).

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