i am married to a us citizen . we live with his parents. hes the only one that works. how do i put an income and annual expenses? are my expenses his expenses too or just the things that are for me? and he gives me some money a month is that my income? how do i explain that i need work authorization to help my husband pay bills and get our own house and pursue a career and go to college? were just 19
You don't need to explain anything. Just list YOUR monthly expenses, whatever they are: food, clothing, transportation/gas; medical, etc. , etc.
Again, you don't need to "explain" anything. Just list as many expenses as you can.
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I agree with my colleague. Just list your expenses. If you appreciate the time spent preparing this answer, kindly consider marking it BEST ANSWER or HELPFUL. Also, please be sure to read my disclaimer below. Good luck to you.
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