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I-134 Annual Income with irregular work hours

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Hi everyone. I have a query on regarding the annual income question on the I-134.


My fiancé sponsor has been back in the US for about a month or so and has started a new job. Unfortunately, due to the nature of her work, her hours are irregular based on need rather than standard shifts. (She is a Salon Assistant) For example, she may work 38 hours one week and then 15 the next based on client booking etc.

She is paid an hourly rate rather than a wage, so there isn't really a straight annual salary value to place in this section of the form.

Has anyone else been in a similar position and what did you do on your form?

By the way, we have a co-sponsor who is her mother and she has been working for the her company for 20+ years and far exceeds the poverty level requirements.

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

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