I need to file Affidavit of Support form with I 130 family based green card application.I am a intending immigrant / primary beneficiary. My wife is a petitioner.I am working in US on H1-B visa for more than 4 years.We got married in October 2011.I have following question regarding "Affidavit of Support form":
As our recent tax return is joint, should we put combined total income (Petitioner (my wife) + Intending Immigrant (myself)) which is what has been put on IRS 1040 form at adjusted gross income box ?
I've reposted your question in the "Immigration" section, as it does not appear that this has anything to do with workers' compensation.
Put each of your incomes separately. File an I-864 A if your wife does not qualify as a sponsor
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If your wife's income alone qualifies for the affidavit of support you just need to put her income down and attach your joint return with her W2
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