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In order to satisfy the income eligibility requirement, your household income must be $50,000 or less.
You must report income for yourself and for all members of your household, including all family members who lived in your apartment the year.
Your address can be different from your spouse's. That would not disqualify you.
Your new spouse, if they stayed in the residence with you (at all) then their income is also added to your income.
If you received an offer to speak on the phone that was site generated and not specifically sent from me.
If you are married and your spouse stays with you in that specific residence then they will be seen as residing with you, even if just for a part time basis.
Ignore that call offer.
Friends and family that come for a visit is different then a spouse.
I don't seriously think that they all have to be listed and are part of your "income."
Even having a roommate does not include their income but any amount a roommate paid for their share counts as part of your income for SCRIE.
Your spouse living with you even temporarily would be included.
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