Special Situations Require You to Supply Additional Information?
will require some applicants to supply additional information.
Check the list below to see if any of these situations apply
Are you self-employed or work on a commissioned basis?
need to bring your federal tax forms for the past two years,
along with a current year-to-date profit and loss statement.
Are you separated or divorced?
have to bring a copy of your divorce decree and separation
agreement, plus documentation on any alimony or child support
payments you are required to make. If you're receiving alimony
or child support and want it to be considered as income, you'll
need proof of this income (such as the clerk of court's history
of payments or canceled checks for the past 12 months).
Are you including pension, disability, social security, or
any form of public assistance benefits with your income?
a copy of an award certificate or a check from the issuing
Do you have a bankruptcy, a foreclosure, or any judgments
against you over the past seven years?
information on the proceedings. Information on bankruptcies
should include a copy of the bankruptcy discharge and schedule
of both debts and assets. Judgments against you should include
an attorney's letter that discusses the outcome of the proceedings.
Are you applying for a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
your DD214 Form (discharge papers) or your certificate of
Are you applying for a Federal Housing Administration (FHA)
along a photo identification card, such as a driver's license.
You may also need to bring your Social Security card (if your
Social Security card number is not on your photo ID).