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Dear Community,

I wonder what your advice would be for a sponsor who includes his W-2s to demonstrate income.

His employment letter for 2015 says $10,000 more than his W-2 for 2014 - which value (employment letter or W-2) should he include for Current Individual Annual Income? Both of these figures are a little over than $100,000.

Thanks in advance!

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Dear Community,

I wonder what your advice would be for a sponsor who includes his W-2s to demonstrate income.

His employment letter for 2015 says $10,000 more than his W-2 for 2014 - which value (employment letter or W-2) should he include for Current Individual Annual Income? Both of these figures are a little over than $100,000.

Thanks in advance!

The filing taxes is what is required so if you are sending tax forms the W2 is required for the most current filing year 2014.

The employment letter if you include should be with the most current pay stub.


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Thank you guys.

The employment letter and the pay stubs add up to the same number.

Only sending thee W-2s because it is a married filed jointly tax return and my sponsor wants to show individual income. Sending tax transcripts anyways, not 1040s.

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Thank you guys.

The employment letter and the pay stubs add up to the same number.

Only sending thee W-2s because it is a married filed jointly tax return and my sponsor wants to show individual income. Sending tax transcripts anyways, not 1040s.

Yes, you would send W-2s, but it does not have to be the same as his current income.

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