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Hi everyone, its my first time posting here. I have a question. I'm in the military and i'm sponsoring my mom and spouse at the same time however according to my last year's taxi returns and just below the poverty line to sponsor two people but my current income is way more than enough to sponsor two people. So my question is, if i asked my mom and spouse to present my current pay stubs as proof of that i make enough income even though my last year's tax transcript says otherwise, will that be enough for the embassy. Also keep in mind the military pays basic housing allowances on top of the basic but its not taxable so it doesn't show up on the tax transcripts. So my income may be high but it may never reflect on my Taxi returns. Please advise and thanks in advance

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Current pay and having filed taxes is what matters.

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