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Me and my wife are close to filing for adjustment of status from a K-1 fiance visa. My question relates to having two jobs and how to put that in part 6 of the I-864. My main job is a permanent full-time job (which by itself exceeds the 125% of the poverty guidelines requirement), my second job is a part-time job I've had since early 2017 working for my father on the weekends. So one job I work for a company, the second job I work for my dad who is self-employed. How would I calculate all of that in part 6? It looks confusing.

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I guess I am not sure what is confusing.  You have two employers, so you list them both and add the income accordingly.  I assume you are claiming the income from your second job on your taxes.

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6.1 says "I am currently employed as a _______" should I put both positions in one box?


So I'm guessing 6.20 which says "My current annual household income" would be the same number? I assume it would but I'm nervous about making a mistake on the form.

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Also in Part 3, I am sponsoring only my wife from overseas, so I'm guessing I check the box in question 1 then leave the rest of Part 3 (family member 1, family member 2 etc.) blank?

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