I need your advice on I -864 . My spouse is a US Citizen by birth and we are planning to file concurrent I-130 & I -485. My spouse was student earlier (graduated in June 2012) and worked as a temp in few places last year however from this year april, got a permanent job for an annual income of approx $30,000. Since for the last year W2 of my spouse does not reflect income over 20,000 we are planning to submit the following items :
1. Employment Letter from Employer Stating the start date, Permanent Position and annual income for the position
2. Pay Stubs from April ( Taken from online pay website used by the employer)
3. Last year W2s
Could you please let us know do you think will it be good enough not to have denial or need additional sponsor ?
Thanks in advance,
I am currently in H1 Visa from 2008 and my income is around $60000 per year and since we live in the same residence from april so we are planning to include my income as household income ...do you think that will be a good idea? I am planning to include my pay stubs and W2s as well..
You've got all the right evidence all lined up. Bur, As you know, your wife's income is quite recent. Thus, just to be on the safe side I would have a cosponsor standing by, Just in case.
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That may be enough, but it is the adjudicating officer who has the last word on whether it is enough or not.
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Try. It should be sufficient.
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