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Hi, All, I need help, as we are getting ready for our interveiw my fiance's co-sponor's say they no longer want to be apart of it, well at this point I'm freaking out!!! I own a house I was going to use for assets, it has no morgage, but I am unemployed as I stay at home with our son, I don't know what to do, the other person that said she would be a co-sponsor I don't think she makes enough money, I am in a panic, someone PLEASE give me some advice PLEASE

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That's a tough deal, sorry to hear that... your best bet is to have someone close to you (family member) be the co-sponsor.

Here's some information worth looking at: http://www.visanow.com/affidavit-of-support-co-sponsor/

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