Poverty Income Guidelines

The following Poverty Income Guidelines, published by the Department of Health and Human Services became effective for purposes of applying the Affidavit of Support requirements mandated by the 1996 immigration law on March 18, 1999:

 

48 STATES, DC, PUERTO RICO, VIRGIN ISLANDS AND GUAM

Family Unit Size Poverty Guidelines (100%) Poverty Guidelines (125%)
1 $8,240 $10,300
2 $11,060 $13,825
3 $13,880 $17,350
4 $16,700 $20,875
5 $19,520 $24,400
6 $22,340 $27,925
7 $25,160 $31,450
8 $27,980 $34,975

 

For each family member above the eighth, add $2,820 (100%) or $3,525 (125%)

 

ALASKA

Family Unit Size Poverty Guidelines (100%) Poverty Guidelines (125%)
1 $10,320 $12,900
2 $13,840 $17,300
3 $17,360 $21,700
4 $20,880 $26,100
5 $24,400 $30,500
6 $27,920 $34,900
7 $31,440 $39,300
8 $34,960 $43,700

 

For each family member above the eighth, add $3,520 (100%) or $4,400 (125%)

 

HAWAII

Family Unit Size Poverty Guidelines (100%) Poverty Guidelines (125%)
1 $9,490 $11,862.50
2 $12,730 $15,912.50
3 $15,970 $19,962.50
4 $19,210 $24,012.50
5 $22,450 $28,062.50
6 $25,690 $32,112.50
7 $28,930 $36,162.50
8 $32,170 $40,212.50

 

For each family member above the eighth, add $3,240 (100%) or $4,050 (125%)

 

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