When I declare my income for the I-134 form for the K1 Visa, I believe I will run into problems. I know I need to include W2's/Tax Returns/ect for the past 3 years; but the problem is that 2012-13 I was deployed so all the money I made was nontaxable income (making it appear as if I had made almost nothing for the whole year). Now I am National Guard and that W2 alone doesn't cover the 125% poverty, and I am, and have been since I came home, a full time student, leaving me with no "Job Letter."
My GI Bill, school grants, BHA, National Guard checks and Disability (from deployment injuries) make up my income to which I have an ample amount to live off of. None of these except the NG checks can be taxed making the others unable to be claimed as income; and so because of all of this I appear to not be able to even support myself let alone my fiance.
Is this going to essentially require me to have a Joint Sponsor?
Also, if it matters much, I have quite a bit in savings (I don't know if there is an amount that clears me of this trouble of lack of income), a substantial amount more in assets, and even more in life insurance (I only add that here because of the slot it has on the form).
Thanks in advance!