No, sorry. Any income you've earned cannot be taken into consideration, since you did not have the legal right to work.
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Sorry, you can not use unlawful income.
Also, have you checked to see if you have a 2 year home-return restriction?
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No unfortunately not. In your wife's cases she would require a separate cosignor.
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No, you may not. You also may want to do this with the help of an attorney to make sure it's done right.
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