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Hi VJ members



i have friend he sent my wife the Transcripts to sponsor me and also he sent the form



he is married and he Filling as ( Married Filling Jointly )



so in the top of the first page of the 2015 transcript said



SSN Provided : 000-00-0000 ( wife's SSN )


Tax Period Ending : Dec 32, 2015



Then You go Down and find




SSN : again his wife's SSN


SPOUSE SSN : here is his SSN




that means his wife is the head of the househeld i think or she who filed the taxes



My Questions is he filed the i864 with his name and all his informations


and does she need to sign anything or it's will be fine



is it fine , or it will give us a problem




THANKS


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Our co-sponsor was the same. He filed jointly with his spouse. I sent an original I-864 signed by him, with a copy of their joint tax return and his W-2's reflecting his part of their income for 2015. It was approved. You only have to have the spouses information and income if one of them alone do not qualify to sponsor. If they are having to use both of their incomes to fulfill the income requirement.


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Thank you for your answer

but they problem is he is not working in the same company and they just recently moved from old house to new address and they lost all W2s and pay stubs anything shows his part in income , i asked him how much u made 2015 he said i made 48k which is enough to sponsor me , but the problem is there is nothing prove it , so i only sent the original i864 of him and his 3 years of tax return thats all there is no pay stubs or W2s

Do you think it will be a problem or checklist

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Thank you for your answer

but they problem is he is not working in the same company and they just recently moved from old house to new address and they lost all W2s and pay stubs anything shows his part in income , i asked him how much u made 2015 he said i made 48k which is enough to sponsor me , but the problem is there is nothing prove it , so i only sent the original i864 of him and his 3 years of tax return thats all there is no pay stubs or W2s

Do you think it will be a problem or checklist

He can get a copy of them from his employer. You have to have them so that they can see what he made on his own. How else are they going to know which part of the total income was his and which was his spouses.


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