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Alright I've browsed the forum a little bit, but didn't find anything like my situation.

So I'm very young (20). My fiance and I have been together for 2 years, and we've been researching the K-1 process for a while. Last I checked the poverty line for 2 people was like $16,520 or something. Now it's $20,xxx.

I worked part time all year, working my way up. I finally got full time a few weeks ago. But since I was part time I only made around $10-11,000 this year.

Next year, if my pay stays exactly the same, I'll make $18,xxx. But I'm due a couple raises (I need to contact my employer as my six month raise is overdue) this coming year, that should put me closer to $19,xxx. If I work a straight 40 every week, I'd be at $20,xxx with what I currently make. (I usually get 37.)

My question is: would I be denied, if I were to apply in the next few months? Do I need a full year's taxes as proof I made that much, or can I send in paycheck stubs?

Any help is appreciated.

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I was denied for being 220 short but thankfully I found a cosponsor. Do you have anyone that could help you if you don't make enough ??


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tax transcripts and tax returns will be needed its not something u should avoid, pay stubs are okay but the main thing is tax stuff


 

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Would agree about having a co-sponsor lined up. Also have to take into account, does the embassy the beneficiary would go through accept co-sponsors for a K-1 also..


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Alright I've browsed the forum a little bit, but didn't find anything like my situation.

So I'm very young (20). My fiance and I have been together for 2 years, and we've been researching the K-1 process for a while. Last I checked the poverty line for 2 people was like $16,520 or something. Now it's $20,xxx.

I worked part time all year, working my way up. I finally got full time a few weeks ago. But since I was part time I only made around $10-11,000 this year.

Next year, if my pay stays exactly the same, I'll make $18,xxx. But I'm due a couple raises (I need to contact my employer as my six month raise is overdue) this coming year, that should put me closer to $19,xxx. If I work a straight 40 every week, I'd be at $20,xxx with what I currently make. (I usually get 37.)

My question is: would I be denied, if I were to apply in the next few months? Do I need a full year's taxes as proof I made that much, or can I send in paycheck stubs?

Any help is appreciated.

What do you mean "I usually get 37." ?


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2016-03-19         i-129F Sent
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2016-06-14         i-129F NOA2
2016-07-08         NVC Rec'd
2016-07-12         Case #
2016-07-13         NVC Left
2016-07-14         Consulate Rec'd
2016-07-19         Medical
2016-08-11         Interview Date (approved)
2016-09-06         Issued
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2016-11-16         AOS package sent (i-485, i-131, i-765, i-864, g-325a, DS-3025)
2016-11-17         AOS package delivered to Chicago lockbox
2016-11-23         NOA1's by e-mail and text (@ 10:30 pm CT)
2016-11-26         NOA1 hard copies
2016-12-03         Biometrics appointment in mail
2016-12-07         Biometrics (Early walk-in Desoto, appointment was for Dec 13th)

2017-02-17         Notice of card in production by email and text (@8:00 am CT, i-765) - Day 92

2017-02-22         Notice of approval by email and text (@1:00 pm CT, i-765 and i-131) - Day 97

2017-02-22         Notice of card being mailed by email and text (@7:00 pm CT, i-765) - Day 97

2017-02-25         EAD/AP combo card arrived in mail - Day 100

2017-03-03         Notice of green card in production by email and text (@4:00 pm CT, i-485) - Day 106

2017-03-03         Notice of approval by email and text (@6:00 pm CT, i-485) - Day 106

2017-03-11          Green card arrived in mail  - Day 113

2018-12-03          First day to file for ROC (i-751)

 

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What do you mean "I usually get 37." ?

37 hours/week


 

 

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tax transcripts and tax returns will be needed its not something u should avoid, pay stubs are okay but the main thing is tax stuff

Not necessarily. If you haven't been required to file previous years. It's the current annual income that matters. The issue is acquiring enough proof of that income without a tax return but this can be done.

37 hours/week

ah ofc tnx :)


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2016-06-14         i-129F NOA2
2016-07-08         NVC Rec'd
2016-07-12         Case #
2016-07-13         NVC Left
2016-07-14         Consulate Rec'd
2016-07-19         Medical
2016-08-11         Interview Date (approved)
2016-09-06         Issued
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2016-10-30         Our Halloween Wedding

2016-11-16         AOS package sent (i-485, i-131, i-765, i-864, g-325a, DS-3025)
2016-11-17         AOS package delivered to Chicago lockbox
2016-11-23         NOA1's by e-mail and text (@ 10:30 pm CT)
2016-11-26         NOA1 hard copies
2016-12-03         Biometrics appointment in mail
2016-12-07         Biometrics (Early walk-in Desoto, appointment was for Dec 13th)

2017-02-17         Notice of card in production by email and text (@8:00 am CT, i-765) - Day 92

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2017-02-22         Notice of card being mailed by email and text (@7:00 pm CT, i-765) - Day 97

2017-02-25         EAD/AP combo card arrived in mail - Day 100

2017-03-03         Notice of green card in production by email and text (@4:00 pm CT, i-485) - Day 106

2017-03-03         Notice of approval by email and text (@6:00 pm CT, i-485) - Day 106

2017-03-11          Green card arrived in mail  - Day 113

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Think they mean 37hr work week perhaps, instead of 40.

OP I think you will need a cosponsor. Unless the UK fiancé makes enough in pure savings for self-sponsorship (which London has been known to allow). Keep in mind after marriage though you'll need to file for AOS, in which the more stringent 125% poverty guideline and supporting evidence will come into play (instead of 100% which London can accept).

London can accept an I-134 with a work letter from the boss or HR alone, instead of a tax transcript of course. But you'd still need to be making enough money. If you had a great deal of savings or assets you could combine. Otherwise in exhausting those possibilities (or finding another job) a cosponsor would be most likely.

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Touched on website (fixed?): 12/9/14 - Poked USCIS: 4/1/15
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POE: 8/27/15

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Packet received: 11/9/15

NOA 1 txt/email: 11/15/15 - NOA 1 hardcopy: 11/19/15

Bio: 12/9/15

EAD + AP approved: 1/25/16 - EAD received: 2/1/16

RFE for USCIS inability to read vax instructions: 5/21/16 (no e-notification & not sent from local office!)

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Green Card received: 6/18/16

USCIS 120 day reminder notice: 2/22/18

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Alright I've browsed the forum a little bit, but didn't find anything like my situation.

So I'm very young (20). My fiance and I have been together for 2 years, and we've been researching the K-1 process for a while. Last I checked the poverty line for 2 people was like $16,520 or something. Now it's $20,xxx.

I worked part time all year, working my way up. I finally got full time a few weeks ago. But since I was part time I only made around $10-11,000 this year.

Next year, if my pay stays exactly the same, I'll make $18,xxx. But I'm due a couple raises (I need to contact my employer as my six month raise is overdue) this coming year, that should put me closer to $19,xxx. If I work a straight 40 every week, I'd be at $20,xxx with what I currently make. (I usually get 37.)

My question is: would I be denied, if I were to apply in the next few months? Do I need a full year's taxes as proof I made that much, or can I send in paycheck stubs?

Any help is appreciated.

IF you get that raise and IF you can get your employer to write a letter stating you will be working 40 hrs/week, or whatever is needed to get above that line, along with the other employment information and IF you have at least 6 months of pay stubs that support this claim... That would be enough for the requirement but no one can ever guarantee you what the IO reviewing your case will say.

If you are allowed and can get a co-sponsor... I'd recommend that.


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2016-03-19         i-129F Sent
2016-03-24         i-129F NOA1
2016-06-14         i-129F NOA2
2016-07-08         NVC Rec'd
2016-07-12         Case #
2016-07-13         NVC Left
2016-07-14         Consulate Rec'd
2016-07-19         Medical
2016-08-11         Interview Date (approved)
2016-09-06         Issued
2016-09-09         Visa In Hand
2016-10-19         POE Dallas Fort-Worth
2016-10-30         Our Halloween Wedding

2016-11-16         AOS package sent (i-485, i-131, i-765, i-864, g-325a, DS-3025)
2016-11-17         AOS package delivered to Chicago lockbox
2016-11-23         NOA1's by e-mail and text (@ 10:30 pm CT)
2016-11-26         NOA1 hard copies
2016-12-03         Biometrics appointment in mail
2016-12-07         Biometrics (Early walk-in Desoto, appointment was for Dec 13th)

2017-02-17         Notice of card in production by email and text (@8:00 am CT, i-765) - Day 92

2017-02-22         Notice of approval by email and text (@1:00 pm CT, i-765 and i-131) - Day 97

2017-02-22         Notice of card being mailed by email and text (@7:00 pm CT, i-765) - Day 97

2017-02-25         EAD/AP combo card arrived in mail - Day 100

2017-03-03         Notice of green card in production by email and text (@4:00 pm CT, i-485) - Day 106

2017-03-03         Notice of approval by email and text (@6:00 pm CT, i-485) - Day 106

2017-03-11          Green card arrived in mail  - Day 113

2018-12-03          First day to file for ROC (i-751)

 

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Okay, so everyone is basically saying I'll need a co-sponsor. What are co-sponsor requirements? My parents make minimum wage and are on foodstamps, they 99% most likely wouldn't be able to help me. My grandmother is on SSI, my grandfather on the other side MIGHT be able to help but I doubt it (and he's very stingy about financial means, anyhow).

This just all makes me feel very hopeless.

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Okay, so everyone is basically saying I'll need a co-sponsor. What are co-sponsor requirements? My parents make minimum wage and are on foodstamps, they 99% most likely wouldn't be able to help me. My grandmother is on SSI, my grandfather on the other side MIGHT be able to help but I doubt it (and he's very stingy about financial means, anyhow).

This just all makes me feel very hopeless.

Just take the time and work those months you need to gather proof of income! You are young, if anything you have time :) Most of us had a long journey before filing, build your relationship and your finances. Talk to your boss about the raise. Take the steps you need to get to your goal. You'll be there sooner than you think! :)(F)

edit: co-sponsor requirements are the same as for you.

Edited by Suss&Camm

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2016-03-19         i-129F Sent
2016-03-24         i-129F NOA1
2016-06-14         i-129F NOA2
2016-07-08         NVC Rec'd
2016-07-12         Case #
2016-07-13         NVC Left
2016-07-14         Consulate Rec'd
2016-07-19         Medical
2016-08-11         Interview Date (approved)
2016-09-06         Issued
2016-09-09         Visa In Hand
2016-10-19         POE Dallas Fort-Worth
2016-10-30         Our Halloween Wedding

2016-11-16         AOS package sent (i-485, i-131, i-765, i-864, g-325a, DS-3025)
2016-11-17         AOS package delivered to Chicago lockbox
2016-11-23         NOA1's by e-mail and text (@ 10:30 pm CT)
2016-11-26         NOA1 hard copies
2016-12-03         Biometrics appointment in mail
2016-12-07         Biometrics (Early walk-in Desoto, appointment was for Dec 13th)

2017-02-17         Notice of card in production by email and text (@8:00 am CT, i-765) - Day 92

2017-02-22         Notice of approval by email and text (@1:00 pm CT, i-765 and i-131) - Day 97

2017-02-22         Notice of card being mailed by email and text (@7:00 pm CT, i-765) - Day 97

2017-02-25         EAD/AP combo card arrived in mail - Day 100

2017-03-03         Notice of green card in production by email and text (@4:00 pm CT, i-485) - Day 106

2017-03-03         Notice of approval by email and text (@6:00 pm CT, i-485) - Day 106

2017-03-11          Green card arrived in mail  - Day 113

2018-12-03          First day to file for ROC (i-751)

 

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Time is what you need, if there are no cosponsors immediately available to you that would help (it is a big responsibility afterall). I'd suggest getting your work stuff sorted out, so that you can reach the point of making enough, even if that should take a bunch of months or even a year or two extra (and I know I know you want to be with each other now). Save as much as you can (the both of you). Or look around for better work opportunities. These days it's a lot more on the table than just making enough to sponsor someone to get a K1, because once they are finally there you'll need to adjust their status, and get them healthcare from somewhere (which these days can often break the bank) or pay the fine.

I know it's rough out there, and being apart from someone you love at that distance is difficult. So don't give up hope, even if it means waiting a while more than planned.

Edited by yuna628

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First met: 12/31/04 - Engaged: 9/24/09
Filed I-129F: 10/4/14 - Packet received: 10/7/14
NOA 1 email + ARN assigned: 10/10/14 (hard copy 10/17/14)
Touched on website (fixed?): 12/9/14 - Poked USCIS: 4/1/15
NOA 2 email: 5/4/15 (hard copy 5/11/15)
Sent to NVC: 5/8/15 - NVC received + #'s assigned: 5/15/15 (estimated)
NVC sent: 5/19/15 - London received/ready: 5/26/15
Packet 3: 5/28/15 - Medical: 6/16/15
Poked London 7/1/15 - Packet 4: 7/2/15
Interview: 7/30/15 - Approved!
AP + Issued 8/3/15 - Visa in hand (depot): 8/6/15
POE: 8/27/15

Wedding: 9/30/15

Filed I-485, I-131, I-765: 11/7/15

Packet received: 11/9/15

NOA 1 txt/email: 11/15/15 - NOA 1 hardcopy: 11/19/15

Bio: 12/9/15

EAD + AP approved: 1/25/16 - EAD received: 2/1/16

RFE for USCIS inability to read vax instructions: 5/21/16 (no e-notification & not sent from local office!)

RFE response sent: 6/7/16 - RFE response received 6/9/16

AOS approved/card in production: 6/13/16  

NOA 2 hardcopy + card sent 6/17/16

Green Card received: 6/18/16

USCIS 120 day reminder notice: 2/22/18

Filed I-751: 5/2/18 - Packet received: 5/4/18

NOA 1:  5/29/18 (12 mo) 8/13/18 (18 mo)  - Bio: 6/27/18

 

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Alright I've browsed the forum a little bit, but didn't find anything like my situation.

So I'm very young (20). My fiance and I have been together for 2 years, and we've been researching the K-1 process for a while. Last I checked the poverty line for 2 people was like $16,520 or something. Now it's $20,xxx.

I worked part time all year, working my way up. I finally got full time a few weeks ago. But since I was part time I only made around $10-11,000 this year.

Next year, if my pay stays exactly the same, I'll make $18,xxx. But I'm due a couple raises (I need to contact my employer as my six month raise is overdue) this coming year, that should put me closer to $19,xxx. If I work a straight 40 every week, I'd be at $20,xxx with what I currently make. (I usually get 37.)

My question is: would I be denied, if I were to apply in the next few months? Do I need a full year's taxes as proof I made that much, or can I send in paycheck stubs?

Any help is appreciated.


10/3/16 I-129F mailed to Lewisville, TX

10/5/16 Delivered at Lewisville, TX

10/11/16 NOA1 Received

11/3/16 NOA2 Received

11/8/16 NOA2 Hard Copy Received

11/22/16 NVC Received I-129

12/2/16 Consulate Review

12/15/16 Interview Date

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Think they mean 37hr work week perhaps, instead of 40.

OP I think you will need a cosponsor. Unless the UK fiancé makes enough in pure savings for self-sponsorship (which London has been known to allow). Keep in mind after marriage though you'll need to file for AOS, in which the more stringent 125% poverty guideline and supporting evidence will come into play (instead of 100% which London can accept).

London can accept an I-134 with a work letter from the boss or HR alone, instead of a tax transcript of course. But you'd still need to be making enough money. If you had a great deal of savings or assets you could combine. Otherwise in exhausting those possibilities (or finding another job) a cosponsor would be most likely.

Agreed because we are in CR-1 and my current income is above the poverty level, but based on the last 3 years tax return we are required to have a joint sponsor.


Our CR-1 Visa Journey

USCIS Process:

Sent I-130 (via USPS): February 12, 2016

NOA1 hardcopy received: February 16, 2016

NOA2 hard copy received: May 06, 2016

Petition sent to NVC text & email: May 12, 2016

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NVC Process:

NVC Received I-130: May 16, 2016

Case number and IIN Assigned: June 2, 2016

Choice of Agent (DS-261) completed: June 2, 2016

AOS Fee Invoiced: June 2, 2016

Pay AOS Fee: June 2, 2016

DS-261 reviewed over the phone: June 3, 2016

IV Fee Invoiced: June 6, 2016

Pay IV Fee : June 6, 2016

IV application (DS-260) completed: June 7, 2016

Sent AOS & IV packets (via USPS Priority): June 27, 2016

Scan date: June 29, 2016

CC: July 30, 2016

Interview: November 8, 2016

Interview Result: 221g form - AP

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All of this aside, the immigration process is VERY expensive and you really need to take that into consideration. Not only is there an application fee, there is the cost of the medical(not sure how much it is in the UK, but for my husband 5 years ago in Jordan is was more than $400 US dollars), there is the adjustment of status after you marry which is well over $1k, biometrics fees, any many other incidental fess that add up very quickly plus plane fare for him to travel here. You're looking at a minimum of around $5k on the low end. Then once he's here he will not be able to work for several months after you marry and file for AOS because he has to have EAD. I applied for a CR1 on behalf of my husband, which meant he had his green card the moment he set foot into the US giving him the ability to work on day one and it took him 5 months to find a job, he's a computer engineer and that job was loading trucks at Walmart. No one was willing to hire him in his field with no US work experience. It took him an additional 5 months(a total of 10 months) to find a job in his field and it was only(he had to get his foot in the door somehow) an intern position for only $10 an hour and 4 months on top of THAT to be hired full time as an engineer. So 14 months from the day he arrived to find a full time job in his field. I'm not trying to frighten you I'm only being honest, the process is long and difficult.

You need to read the guides at the top of the page and the application for the K-1 to even begin to understand how much time, effort and money goes into this process. I wish you the best of luck, but you really need to be in a better place financially before you jump into this process. You do not earn enough and you cannot depend on "what ifs" as far as getting enough hours to earn 19k which is well below the 100% minimum, once you file adjustment of status that goes up to 125% plus you stated that you don't have a viable joint sponsor.



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