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Any sample filled up form of 1-864A ?

#1 MRS.FAITH

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Posted 25 April 2010 - 05:13 AM

Need sample filled up form for 1-864A for household sponsor. My brother (1-864) and his wife (1-864A) will be my co-sponsor. Preparing this things in advance. I checked the sample forms here on VJ but there were no 1-864A . Any help will be greatly appreciated :) Thanks
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06/2007 onward - long distance relationship went so well
(chat, email and calls,)
01/2008 - My husband proposed to get married and I accepted it and planned/scheduled to meet me in person
09/04/2008 - He left the States for me
09/06/2008 - I picked him up on the terminal 2 airport
10/08/2008 - We got married
01/29/2010 - Filed 1-130
04/12/2010 - 1-130 got approved
06/21-22 - Medical examination at St. Luke PASSED!!!
07/01/2010 - Interview PASSED! Love you Lord!!!!![/color][/size]
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#2 sachinky

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Posted 25 April 2010 - 05:40 AM

The I-864A is a very simple form as opposed to the I-864. The instructions are quite clear. And it's merely 3 pages. Which portion are you having trouble with?

Remember, the USC petitioner will file a I-864 regardless of income. If your joint sponsor lives in the same household as the petitioner, then they will use I-864A. If they live in a separate residence, then they will fill in another I-864.
For your joint sponsor you will need proof of their citizenship/residency. For household member, you will need proof of relationship and same household/residence.
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01/25/2010: I-130 NOA2
03/23/2010: Case completed.
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03/01/2012: ROC NOA1.
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#3 MRS.FAITH

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Posted 25 April 2010 - 06:25 AM

The I-864A is a very simple form as opposed to the I-864. The instructions are quite clear. And it's merely 3 pages. Which portion are you having trouble with?

Remember, the USC petitioner will file a I-864 regardless of income. If your joint sponsor lives in the same household as the petitioner, then they will use I-864A. If they live in a separate residence, then they will fill in another I-864.
For your joint sponsor you will need proof of their citizenship/residency. For household member, you will need proof of relationship and same household/residence.


Hi. Thanks for the respond. 1-864A

Part 2 : #14 Sponsor's signature and on Part 3: #16 Household member's signature.

Does my brother(1-864) needs also to sign as a sponsor on # 14 of his wife's 1-864A or these two signatures is referring to household? But why sponsors sign. and on the other part household member's signature?
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04/07/2007 - Met online thru Filipina Heart
04/08/2007 to 05/2007- Getting to know each other
06/2007 onward - long distance relationship went so well
(chat, email and calls,)
01/2008 - My husband proposed to get married and I accepted it and planned/scheduled to meet me in person
09/04/2008 - He left the States for me
09/06/2008 - I picked him up on the terminal 2 airport
10/08/2008 - We got married
01/29/2010 - Filed 1-130
04/12/2010 - 1-130 got approved
06/21-22 - Medical examination at St. Luke PASSED!!!
07/01/2010 - Interview PASSED! Love you Lord!!!!![/color][/size]
07/10/2010 - Arrived at AL USA with my husband
(POE- Dallas Forthworth Texas)
07/27/ and 08/03- Got 2 Welcome Letters
08/13/2010 - Got my GC [/size][/color]
04/26/12 - Submitted ROC documents
05/11/12 - Biometrics
12/26/12 - RFE
12/31/12 - Responded to RFE

#4 sachinky

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    We just look a lot better under the blue lights.



Posted 25 April 2010 - 06:31 AM

The I-864A is a contract b/w the household member and the sponsor (whether joint or primary).

Part 2 will be signed by your brother who is the joint sponsor.
And part 3 will be signed by his wife, HIS household member.

This form is basically a promise/contract between the two of them and they both sign saying that they understand the responsibilities/liabilities involved in it.

Hope this helps!

Edited by sachinky, 25 April 2010 - 06:32 AM.

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03/27/2009: Engaged in Ithaca, New York.
08/17/2009: Wedding in Calcutta, India.
09/29/2009: I-130 NOA1
01/25/2010: I-130 NOA2
03/23/2010: Case completed.
05/12/2010: CR-1 interview at Mumbai, India.
05/20/2010: US Entry, Chicago.
03/01/2012: ROC NOA1.
03/26/2012: Biometrics completed.
12/07/2012: 10 year card production ordered.

09/25/2013: N-400 NOA1

10/16/2013: Biometrics completed

12/03/2013: Interview

12/20/2013: Oath ceremony

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#5 MRS.FAITH

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Posted 25 April 2010 - 06:42 AM

The I-864A is a contract b/w the household member and the sponsor (whether joint or primary).

Part 2 will be signed by your brother who is the joint sponsor.
And part 3 will be signed by his wife, HIS household member.

This form is basically a promise/contract between the two of them and they both sign saying that they understand the responsibilities/liabilities involved in it.

Hope this helps!


Ok, thanks a lot! That really helps...
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04/07/2007 - Met online thru Filipina Heart
04/08/2007 to 05/2007- Getting to know each other
06/2007 onward - long distance relationship went so well
(chat, email and calls,)
01/2008 - My husband proposed to get married and I accepted it and planned/scheduled to meet me in person
09/04/2008 - He left the States for me
09/06/2008 - I picked him up on the terminal 2 airport
10/08/2008 - We got married
01/29/2010 - Filed 1-130
04/12/2010 - 1-130 got approved
06/21-22 - Medical examination at St. Luke PASSED!!!
07/01/2010 - Interview PASSED! Love you Lord!!!!![/color][/size]
07/10/2010 - Arrived at AL USA with my husband
(POE- Dallas Forthworth Texas)
07/27/ and 08/03- Got 2 Welcome Letters
08/13/2010 - Got my GC [/size][/color]
04/26/12 - Submitted ROC documents
05/11/12 - Biometrics
12/26/12 - RFE
12/31/12 - Responded to RFE

#6 schillaci

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Posted 26 April 2010 - 10:20 PM

I am the USC sponsoring my wife and will have my mother be the joint sponsor. Do we both fill out the I-864a if we are living in the same residence or does she fill out the 864a and we both fill out the 864?
Also, I am in the US but not living in the same residence as my mother. So if we were to have our residence at her house when we both come to the US would I need to have some proof of my living there besides her saying that we will be living there i.e. bank account statements, license etc? I am wondering if we should just do the I-864 and have it so that we are not in the same household since all of my stuff has a different address at this point.
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#7 MRS.FAITH

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Posted 26 April 2010 - 11:15 PM

I am the USC sponsoring my wife and will have my mother be the joint sponsor. Do we both fill out the I-864a if we are living in the same residence or does she fill out the 864a and we both fill out the 864?
Also, I am in the US but not living in the same residence as my mother. So if we were to have our residence at her house when we both come to the US would I need to have some proof of my living there besides her saying that we will be living there i.e. bank account statements, license etc? I am wondering if we should just do the I-864 and have it so that we are not in the same household since all of my stuff has a different address at this point.



Hi you will have to fill out 1-864 and then your mom will fill up 1-864A because she is your household member...My brother lives in CA and not my husband's household thats why he will fill up 1-864 and his wife 1-864A .You can also ask and confirm VJ members if you want lots of ideas..Hope that helps!
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04/07/2007 - Met online thru Filipina Heart
04/08/2007 to 05/2007- Getting to know each other
06/2007 onward - long distance relationship went so well
(chat, email and calls,)
01/2008 - My husband proposed to get married and I accepted it and planned/scheduled to meet me in person
09/04/2008 - He left the States for me
09/06/2008 - I picked him up on the terminal 2 airport
10/08/2008 - We got married
01/29/2010 - Filed 1-130
04/12/2010 - 1-130 got approved
06/21-22 - Medical examination at St. Luke PASSED!!!
07/01/2010 - Interview PASSED! Love you Lord!!!!![/color][/size]
07/10/2010 - Arrived at AL USA with my husband
(POE- Dallas Forthworth Texas)
07/27/ and 08/03- Got 2 Welcome Letters
08/13/2010 - Got my GC [/size][/color]
04/26/12 - Submitted ROC documents
05/11/12 - Biometrics
12/26/12 - RFE
12/31/12 - Responded to RFE



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