First, thank you so much for your help!
I am filing I-864 for my spouse. The problem is:
1. We submitted DS-260 a few days ago, and since then I changed the job, so my employer now is different then what we said in DS-260, and I have yet to submit I-864. Will it be a problem if the current employer in DS-260 and I-864 is different?
2. It’s only January 4th and I still don’t have my W2 for 2019. Should I wait to receive, do my taxes, and only then continue with the application, or can I proceed with my tax transcript from 2018 as the most recent tax transcript?
3. My incomes for 2016 and 2017 are below the poverty level. Should I mention these incomes, or should I proceed with only a tax transcript from the most recent year (2018 or 2019)?
When a current employer in DS-260 is different than the one in I-864 it is not a problem if documented.
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