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I-864 - Spouse is a student and working part time

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My husband is a full time student and working part time. He was recently hired this September 2018 and we are filing now the AOS this February 2019. He used to work back in 2015 and had to stop because he got accepted in his desired University (Also here in the US). I have several question regarding the I-864 affidavit of support.

Our current situation is:

- He didn't made it to the poverty guidelines that is why we're filing a joint sponsor (his dad)

- He doesn't have 3 recent tax return sheet (only 2015, his previous work and 2018 his part time work now)

My questions are:

1. In the part where he should input the 3 most recent tax income, should I leave the other two blank? the 2nd and 3rd most recent?

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2. As I believe so, the Total Income per year stated in Income tax return is different from current annual income. We will request Certificate of Employment reflecting this current annual income so that it is visible for the checker. I just want to verify if we are correct?

 

Thank you very much for all your help.

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