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Help please! I-864 - intending immigrant as only income - possible?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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Hi!

My wife (USC) is my sponsor. She however has no income (stay-home mom). That means I (as the intending immigrant) have the only income in the household (which is well enough). We have no other sponsors.

Is that possible to qualify for the income requirements?

Thabks in advance for your help?

Stevie

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Mexico
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Hi!

My wife (USC) is my sponsor. She however has no income (stay-home mom). That means I (as the intending immigrant) have the only income in the household (which is well enough). We have no other sponsors.

Is that possible to qualify for the income requirements?

Thabks in advance for your help?

Stevie

If the source of income will continue while you are in the U.S., yes.


K-1 & I-601 Waiver Timeline 4/7/06 to 9/12/07

4/7/06: I-129 K-1 Application mailed

4/20/06: NOA Receipt

6/23/06: Req for Evidence

8/31/06: NOA

9/28/06: NOA- NVC rcvd I-129

10/12 & 11/9: Rcvd CDJ Ltr- processing Visa

12/6/06: CDJ Interview - Denied - I-601 Waiver Required

12/18/06: I-601 filed

8/6/07: Waiver Approval

8/22/07: Waiver Approval letter received

9/4/07: Open Appointment Letter Rcvd (postmarked 8/31/07 from Texas)

9/9/07: Arrive in CDJ for Open Appt

9/10/07: Open Appointment

9/12/07: RECEIVED K-1 VISA!

AOS - 10/8/07 to 11/21/07

9/14/07: Entered the United States

9/21/07: Happliy Married!

10/6/07: AOS Packet Mailed to Chicago Lockbox!

10/8/07: Return Receipt stamped received by USCIS

10/19/07: NOA Receipt for AOS & EAD received

10/24/07: Case Online at USCIS.gov

10/25/07: Touched

11/3/07: Biometrics Appointment

11/5/07: Touched

11/14/07: Appointment Letter received

11/16/07: EAD Production ordered.

11/21/07: AOS Interview - Approved - Hubby is Legal Permanent Resident (Conditional)

11/23/07: Registered Customer's new permanent resident status (Online Case Status)

11/25/07: Touched - Production of EAD ordered (Online Case Status)

11/26/07: On November 26, 2007, we ordered production of your new card (Green Card).

11/28/07: Received EAD Card!

11/30/07: Received Welcome to the U.S. Letter

12/1/07: Received GREEN CARD!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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Hi!

My wife (USC) is my sponsor. She however has no income (stay-home mom). That means I (as the intending immigrant) have the only income in the household (which is well enough). We have no other sponsors.

Is that possible to qualify for the income requirements?

Thanks in advance for your help?

Stevie

If the source of income will continue while you are in the U.S., yes.

Yes, the source of income will continue. I submitted a letter form my employer confirming that.

I am worried because I received a request for initial evidence asking for the sponsor's (my wife's) tax documentation which I completely submitted in the original I-485 / 864. We are filing jointly and my wife has no income. So there is no seperate tax documentation.

Stevie

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