I am applying for adjustment of status, if my husband receives a military pension, which exceeds the limits of poverty that requires immigration for to be a sponsor in the form I-864, can we use it as his income? I understand that is government benefit but it is our family income also. Thank you!
Yes. A military pension is not a government benefit. It is a reward
for service duly noted and is like any other taxable income.
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Yes,m you can use your pension
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