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My fiance's parents will be co-sponsors and we will show and sent their bank statements and tax returns to the embassy. All I wanna ask is, my fiance is currently unemployed and he will show his tax returns for this year when he was employed,is it okay if he doesn't show his bank statements since they're not that good and since we will show our co-sponsors'?

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you stated his parents on your original post, that means mother and father

your fiancé can only have one joint sponsor, or his mother or in this case as you stated on your second post, his father

he doesn't need to send his bank statements

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