My I-129F was approved 2 weeks ago and i am preparing Affidavit of support for my fiancee. I have been working in this company since 2001 but i quit two times in last 2 years when visiting my fiancée
( i stayed for six months both times out of US), those two times are listed as unemployed in G-325, but i still made enough income. In employer letter for 134 should i state employed since 2001 or since 2012, is it a problem to put that recent date in 2012? And I am paid hourly, plus bonuses for over time and always working Saturdays, should i just calculate my annual income like this hourly x 40 hours x 52 weeks plus bonuses. Thanks for help.
You can use the 2001 date, but also indicate just what you have mentioned here, that you were unemployed for two long periods. Your income for those two years should be exactly what you made then. Projecting forward it is okay to calculate your income as you suggested.
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You need to show at least a year of taxes.
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You cannot create an annual income. You need to list what you made. However, in the cover you can submit and explanation and projected income.
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2012 and continued employment in 2013 is all you need to be concerned with.
Keep in mind that you'll also need to do an I-864 after your fiancee comes into the US.
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