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Filing From Abroad - I-864 Part 6 Income/Employment Question

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Hi Everyone,

I am the USC living and working abroad. In the i-864, Part 6 it asks who my current employer is and my current annual income. After some digging through the VJ archives, it still seems a bit unclear as what to write in these sections.

Should I:

1) Write down who my current employer is but fill in $0 for current income?

2) Mark down unemployed and $0 income?


If I go with option #1, do I need a letter explaining the situation or would the Consular officers understand I'm filing from abroad and the job won't be continuing.


If I go with option #2, where I check "unemployed" it asks the date since I've been unemployed. I would have no idea what date to put in this section which makes me think option #1 is the best option for me.


Any thoughts or advice on this?

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Enter the true facts.  The income "you are using to qualify" is $0.  You ARE employed.

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