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Hello! 

I am submitting all the documents needed for my AOS process and I am very confused about Affidavit of support file . I am married to a disabled veteran and one part of his income is non taxable. His annual taxable household income ( if we count 2 members in the household me and him) is just a 300 $ above the poverty level , but if counted complete income he is far above. 

So what to write and what is important to USCIS? 

Must mention that he has not filled taxes for 2018 ( still ) so his most recent year will be 2017 and other two 2016  and 2015 ( the last two years his taxable income was under poverty level , just 2017 is above . 

Are we okay or must we ad assets ( we owe a house and big property) . 

Thank you very much in advance. 

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20 minutes ago, RedroseMT said:

Hello! 

I am submitting all the documents needed for my AOS process and I am very confused about Affidavit of support file . I am married to a disabled veteran and one part of his income is non taxable. His annual taxable household income ( if we count 2 members in the household me and him) is just a 300 $ above the poverty level , but if counted complete income he is far above. 

So what to write and what is important to USCIS? 

Must mention that he has not filled taxes for 2018 ( still ) so his most recent year will be 2017 and other two 2016  and 2015 ( the last two years his taxable income was under poverty level , just 2017 is above . 

Are we okay or must we ad assets ( we owe a house and big property) . 

Thank you very much in advance. 

If he gets money from the VA then he can get a statement showing his monthly payment  amount. So you can add that as well.

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Thank you . He gets every month and he will put that instead of pay stubs ( hope  that is correct)- I am still confused what to write where . It is really a big difference. His complete annual income is enough to support me ( more then enough) his taxable part is just 300 $ above the poverty level for 2017. What is actually important for USCIS? 

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My husband is a disabled veteran whose income is not taxes, we just got his income, montkubpay and filed AOS last year October, we have an interview coming up on 22nd March, just send the income proof and write something like a note that his income is not taxed .....

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8 hours ago, Juddy said:

My husband is a disabled veteran whose income is not taxes, we just got his income, montkubpay and filed AOS last year October, we have an interview coming up on 22nd March, just send the income proof and write something like a note that his income is not taxed .....

Thank you so much Juddy and I wish you Green card in your hands soon after 22nd March ! 

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1 minute ago, RedroseMT said:

I really hope so as now I see how long and stressful process it that . Thank you once again . 

Thank you so much for the encouraging words... Be blessed, will update... Thanks Lance again

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