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i-134 - hourly rate/job change

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Hi Everyone!

 

I am nearing the end of this process, and filling out my I-134. My fiancee's interview is on August 28, in fact, when I last visited I gave him a copy of an I-134, however, since then I have gotten a new job. I suppose my first question is, should I fill out a new I-134 and send it to him before his interview? I'm guessing I will have to, which is no problem.

 

The real problem is, I'm a recent college graduate using a co-sponser (my mom).  Despite this I still want to provide clear information that I'm financially stable (which I am as of recently). When I graduated this May, I took a temporary position at an hourly rate. As of now, I've been offered a permenant position at another company making more money. The new position is hourly, but annually it would put us well above the poverty line.

 

So in terms of my real question, when the I-134 asks for your annual income, is that the income on your last tax transcript? Or is that your expected income? Because my income on my last year's tax transcript is well below the poverty line since I was in school, but I am now making well above the poverty line. Also, since I'm paid hourly and don't know my "annual salary" should I just convert it by the hours I'm expected to work? What do people do when they are making an hourly rate? Thank you!!!!

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10 minutes ago, Lucy F said:

Also, since I'm paid hourly and don't know my "annual salary" should I just convert it by the hours I'm expected to work?

Yes.


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31 minutes ago, Lucy F said:

should I fill out a new I-134 and send it to him before his interview?

Fill out a new one

 

32 minutes ago, Lucy F said:

is that the income on your last tax transcript? Or is that your expected income? 

It’s the annual income at the moment you fill that form

 

35 minutes ago, Lucy F said:

should I just convert it by the hours I'm expected to work

Yes

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14 hours ago, Lucy F said:

Hi Everyone!

 

I am nearing the end of this process, and filling out my I-134. My fiancee's interview is on August 28, in fact, when I last visited I gave him a copy of an I-134, however, since then I have gotten a new job. I suppose my first question is, should I fill out a new I-134 and send it to him before his interview? I'm guessing I will have to, which is no problem.

 

The real problem is, I'm a recent college graduate using a co-sponser (my mom).  Despite this I still want to provide clear information that I'm financially stable (which I am as of recently). When I graduated this May, I took a temporary position at an hourly rate. As of now, I've been offered a permenant position at another company making more money. The new position is hourly, but annually it would put us well above the poverty line.

 

So in terms of my real question, when the I-134 asks for your annual income, is that the income on your last tax transcript? Or is that your expected income? Because my income on my last year's tax transcript is well below the poverty line since I was in school, but I am now making well above the poverty line. Also, since I'm paid hourly and don't know my "annual salary" should I just convert it by the hours I'm expected to work? What do people do when they are making an hourly rate? Thank you!!!!

 

14 hours ago, USS_Voyager said:

Fill out a new one

 

It’s the annual income at the moment you fill that form

 

Yes

Don't forget to get the letter from your new job and copies of your paystubs for the new I-134

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