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Affidavit of Support Overseas Income Part 6 Item 2

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Hi Everyone,


I'm updating our Affidavit of Support form with current assets value (used as basis to meet the 3x requirement for my spouse) and I've read conflicting information regarding what to place in the Income section Part 6 Item 2 for current individual income as I don't want to confuse the Consulate as I believe I can only qualify based on assets rather than any current or past income because my overseas job and its income will end when I relocate back to the U.S. with my wife. 


In reading the instructions for the I-864 form, although it isn't crystal clear, it seems to me that I should be putting a big "0" there despite indicating that I'm currently employed and submiting transcripts or 1040/W-2)...or should I be placing my current income despite the source of that income ending when we move?


Thanks in advance everyone!!


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We were in a similar situation, spendonging me on assets only; my husband put "0".

Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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If the income will not continue when you relocate to the US then you put zero, and explain why in the cover letter

Got married: 26th Sep 2013 

I-130 Petition Process:

Sent petition to USCIS Chicago lockbox (via in-laws to put check in US$): 11 Mar, 2016

NOA1: 24 Mar, 2016 (email notification 30 Mar. Hardcopy 11 Apr)

Service Centre: NEBRASKA

NOA2: 3rd Aug 2016

Petition sent to NVC: 18th Aug 2016

NVC Stage

Case number assigned: 8th Sep 2016

Paid AOS Fee: 9th Sep 2016

Paid IV Fee: 14th Sep 2016

DS-260 submitted: 25th Jan 2017

AOS & IV Package sent: 25th Jan 2017

Expedite requested: 25th Jan 2017

Expedite approved (consulate only): 1st Feb 2017

Scan Date: 31st Jan 2017

Case Complete: 14th April 2017 (10 weeks 4 days)

Full expedite approved (bypass NVC to send file to embassy), however too late as I already had case complete 17th Apr 2017

Case arrived at Embassy: 21st April 2017

P4 letter received: 26th April 2017 (expedite at embassy stage so this came from the consulate, not NVC)

Medical date: 26th April 2017

Interview date: 4th May 2017 APPROVED!!

Visa received: 8th May 2017 

POE (entered the USA): 15th May 2017 

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