The affidavit of support will ask for your AGI (adjusted gross income) for the last three years, but only the last year matters. If you are on the cusp, make sure you submit lots of evidence (employment verification letter, tax return with signature, W-2s, etc.) to verify your income. It is always a good idea to have your I-864 reviewed by an attorney before you submit it, even if you want to fill it out yourself. A request for additional evidence will prolong your wife's wait for an immigrant visa/adjustment.
None. the income will be required later on in the process. Not on the I-130 level.
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Income not required for i130. However, when your income does matter, only your last year and current income count. Paycheck stubs and an employment verification letter is what we normally use. Good luck!
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