My name is John and I'm currently applying for permanent residency through my father who is a U.S. citizen. I'm 20 years old. I entered The U.S. on a visitors visa, we found out I could apply for permanent residency through my father. We sent in 1-130 but then 10 days before my 90 days were up we found out that for me to be able to stay in the country we had to send in form I-485 Adjustment of status along with an Affidavit of support and along with other documents. We quickly got everything taken care the best possible way we could. My father worked for the government so a lot of the money he earned three years back was non taxable. On two of the years we barely made it past the poverty line and the third year there were a couple of thousand dollars missing in the papers that we sent in. We attached a note with the Affidavit of support explaining the situation. Since we only had ten days to send everything in otherwise I couldn't stay in the country my father wasn't able to get all the documents he needed to prove that he infact in all three years was over the poverty line. So my father did earn over the poverty line in all three years but USCIS doesn't know that. My question is this. If USCIS needs more evidence will they contact us? It's not like they just can deny me permanent residency without asking for further for proof right? I just get worried you know. I don't want to have to leave my family. I'm sorry if this issue has been posted about. I checked but wasn't able to find anything really similar. Right after we sent in all what they needed they did send us a document saying that they needed more evidence(just nothing that had to do with affidavit of support).