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Hello everyone,

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So I receive a RFE for my i-864.

I think I totally misunderstood how I was supposed to fill out the form.

Our situation:

I immigrated via a visa K1 and we got married on June 3rd.

My wife does not make the poverty line as she is looking for a job.

Her parents are both my sponsors. We are all living in the same home.

At the time, her Dad filled out the i-864 and her Mom the i-864a. They both largely meet the poverty line.

Neither my wife or I filled out an i-864 or i-864a.

I am very confused by this. Does my wife need to fill out the i-864, my father in law the i-864 and my mother in law the i-864a (of course with supporting documentation) ?

Thank you very much for your help.


K1 Visa from Paris, France.Living in Los Angeles AOS:NOA Date : 2015-07-10RFE : 2015-07-27RFE response : received 2015-08-06Bio. Appt. : 2015-07-30 EAD/AP:Date Filed : 2015-07-01NOA Date : 2015-07-10RFE(s) : noneBio. Appt. : 2015-07-30CARD ORDERED on Sept 24 and received on Oct 2<p>

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Okay thank you so much for your response !

Does that mean that my parents in law both file a i-864a as joint sponsors, or one of the 2 the i-864 and the other the i-864a ?


K1 Visa from Paris, France.Living in Los Angeles AOS:NOA Date : 2015-07-10RFE : 2015-07-27RFE response : received 2015-08-06Bio. Appt. : 2015-07-30 EAD/AP:Date Filed : 2015-07-01NOA Date : 2015-07-10RFE(s) : noneBio. Appt. : 2015-07-30CARD ORDERED on Sept 24 and received on Oct 2<p>

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Ok.

To make sure:

My wife: i-864

My father in law: i-864 - in this case: Part 1 : should I check 1d or 1e ??

My mother in law: i-864A

Thank you very much,


K1 Visa from Paris, France.Living in Los Angeles AOS:NOA Date : 2015-07-10RFE : 2015-07-27RFE response : received 2015-08-06Bio. Appt. : 2015-07-30 EAD/AP:Date Filed : 2015-07-01NOA Date : 2015-07-10RFE(s) : noneBio. Appt. : 2015-07-30CARD ORDERED on Sept 24 and received on Oct 2<p>

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The joint sponsor father-in-law checks off 1d. He is the only joint sponsor. His wife is filing the I-864A as his qualifying household member.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Thank you for clarifying


K1 Visa from Paris, France.Living in Los Angeles AOS:NOA Date : 2015-07-10RFE : 2015-07-27RFE response : received 2015-08-06Bio. Appt. : 2015-07-30 EAD/AP:Date Filed : 2015-07-01NOA Date : 2015-07-10RFE(s) : noneBio. Appt. : 2015-07-30CARD ORDERED on Sept 24 and received on Oct 2<p>

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