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Proof of support question for long-term disability recipient

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Hello, I have a question about getting my fiance a K1 visa. The proof of support section is my biggest concern. I have had my job for 11 years but i developed heart issues and i have been on long term disability since december 24, 2015...Metlife pays me $1900 per month for my long term disability and I am currently employed but my employer said that if i could not return to work by September 1st i would probably be terminated from the company...i will continue to receive my disability and i have applied for social security...i am 31 years old and my fiancé is from Panama...while applying for the K1 will i put that i am currently employed or will i say that i am receiving disability payments?...i barely make over the poverty guideline but i am over it and i do not want to fill out the paperwork incorrectly because my fiance and i are ready to get married and be together...any help would be greatly appreciated!

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You are currently unemployed, since it is past Sept 1st now, yes?

You can list the disability income and show any and all documents that can prove the amount you receive each month. It would also be helpful if you had some kind of documentation as proof that the disability income will continue for a long time, as in years. While income is income, disability income like this is temporary, so that is the main problem you have right now. Perhaps get a co-sponsor?


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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I am not unemployed as of yet but i will be within weeks i am sure. I do not ha e anyone to help me co-sponsor because they do not make enough money. My long term disability will be paid to me until I am 65 years old unless my health changes which then I would go back to work.

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