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I-864A questions (split topic)

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are you using your address in the U.S. As theirs ? If you are your dad does the 864a you the i864, I'm living overseas and used both of my parents they both did a 864a cause I'm using my address as theirs .

Your mom can if she chooses or your dad does not make enough standing alone .

It's not more difficult I just tend to see people have a lot of issues with filling out forms and proving income and so on its up to you who you use if you can supply all the things needed . All they care about is if he meets the 125% .

No there is no need to include him in anything .

Like I mentioned use whoever is easier and meets the guidelines if both do pick your favorite I guess ? I don't know haha it will work out with whoever you choose .

Good luck

hi!...On your dad's 864a,,,is it the contract between you and your dad?

and how about your mom's 864a?...it is between who?


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then if you use both both will do a i864a or if u use just one they will still do the i864a it's a super easy form so we luck out . Good luck .

Hi...if my husband gonna use both parents's income. they must complete 864a, right?..i have a question that always confusing me. who's going to sign on dad's 864a? and who's goingto sign on mom's 864a?


March 18, 2015 = Sent I-130

March 26, 2015 = NOA1 ( Nebraska Service Center)

March 23, 2015 = Priority Date

April 20, 2015 = NOA2

April 28, 2015 = Case was sent to NVC

May 18, 2015 = Received case number and Invoice ID by phone

May 29, 2015 = Filled DS-261

June 1, 2015 = Received Welcome Letter from NVC

June 2, 2015 = AOS "PAID"

June 5, 2015 = Sent AOS/IV packet

June 10, 2015 = SCAN DATE :whistle: :bonk:

June 12, 2015 = DS 261 Completed

June 16, 2015 = Received IV invoice

June 29, 2015 = Mailed IV payment

July 7, 2015 = PAID IV on CEAC and filed out DS 260

July 10, 2015 = checklist email

"I love my Alabama Boy"

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Your dads will be a contract between the sponsor (you I'm assuming) and your dad so you'll sign it as well as him. Your moms I864a is a contract between the sponsor you again and her so she signs it as well as you .

Hi...if my husband gonna use both parents's income. they must complete 864a, right?..i have a question that always confusing me. who's going to sign on dad's 864a? and who's goingto sign on mom's 864a?

forgot to quote you so you can see it sorry

If you are NOT currently living in the USA you cannot use your parents address as your own because it is not yours.

Other answers in bold and red.

I did and my dad and mom had to both use a i864a I got a checklist trying to make my dad the co sponsor and my mom the household member because we all will have the same address, they would not allow me to do it this way . Both had to be simple household members .

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Your dads will be a contract between the sponsor (you I'm assuming) and your dad so you'll sign it as well as him. Your moms I864a is a contract between the sponsor you again and her so she signs it as well as you .

forgot to quote you so you can see it sorry

I did and my dad and mom had to both use a i864a I got a checklist trying to make my dad the co sponsor and my mom the household member because we all will have the same address, they would not allow me to do it this way . Both had to be simple household members .

Ok...thank you so much....you did it tje same way?

Your dads will be a contract between the sponsor (you I'm assuming) and your dad so you'll sign it as well as him. Your moms I864a is a contract between the sponsor you again and her so she signs it as well as you .

forgot to quote you so you can see it sorry

I did and my dad and mom had to both use a i864a I got a checklist trying to make my dad the co sponsor and my mom the household member because we all will have the same address, they would not allow me to do it this way . Both had to be simple household members .

Ok...thank you so much....you did it tje same way?


March 18, 2015 = Sent I-130

March 26, 2015 = NOA1 ( Nebraska Service Center)

March 23, 2015 = Priority Date

April 20, 2015 = NOA2

April 28, 2015 = Case was sent to NVC

May 18, 2015 = Received case number and Invoice ID by phone

May 29, 2015 = Filled DS-261

June 1, 2015 = Received Welcome Letter from NVC

June 2, 2015 = AOS "PAID"

June 5, 2015 = Sent AOS/IV packet

June 10, 2015 = SCAN DATE :whistle: :bonk:

June 12, 2015 = DS 261 Completed

June 16, 2015 = Received IV invoice

June 29, 2015 = Mailed IV payment

July 7, 2015 = PAID IV on CEAC and filed out DS 260

July 10, 2015 = checklist email

"I love my Alabama Boy"

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