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For the I-134, you don't have to send W-2 or Income tax returns. However, when there is a joint sponsor involved. It is recommended that the joint sponsor provide an employment verification letter, Last income tax return and last W-2. Bank statements are not necessary and should not be submitted in your case. It will just confuse things. So no, you don't need bank deposits or anything else bank related.
$25, 997 does meet the poverty guideline for 2 people so that is fine.
Tax returns are not per job. Tax returns are per person/per year. That means he should only have one tax return for 2014 and it should have all the income he earned in both jobs on it. So I'm a little confused on what you mean by he "gave us his tax returns from his other job".
You have to ask him for the 2014 Tax Return (Form 1040 usually). Since he made enough in one job, he only needs to provide an employer verification letter from MAC. The employer from MAC should only be mentioning his job in MAC and not anything else.
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