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Hi,

 

I am adjusting status from student visa to green card through marriage. My husband is my sponsor but his income falls below the poverty guidelines by $400 so we are using assets (bank checking accounts).

 

We have 2 joint checking accounts so my question is: since it's a JOINT account with both our names on it, should we put it on I-864 as MY assets or HIS?

 

Also, under Current Annual Income, for his expected income for this year, should he put his taxable income or both the taxable and non taxable ? He is self-employed and on 1099.

 

We are also using a letter from his "employer", since he is self employed and on 1099 what should be the wording on the employer letter?

 

Thank you so very much for your help!

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