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Hello,

 

My mother in law's sister is sponsoring her family to move to US. She doesn't have any income so I will be the joint sponsor.  My tax returns are filed jointly with my wife. Does she need to be shown as a sponsor as well? 

 

Secondly, is my understanding correct that the sponsor has to fill out i864 and I have to fill out i864 and i864a? 

 

Thank you in advance!

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07-09-13 - Application received at Chicago Lockbox NOA1

01-03-14 - Transfer notice to Nebraska

01-06-14 - Application received at Nebraska

03-13-14 - NOA2 notification

03-25-14 - NVC received case

04-24-14 - Case number and IIN received over the phone

05-02-14 - Paid AOS Fees

05-06-14 - Sent AOS package

05-07-14 - AOS Fees showed up as paid

05-08-14 - AOS package received at NVC (Scanned on may 8th)

05-08-14 - IV Bill showed up and paid

05-12-14 - Sent IV package overnight

05-13-14 - IV package received at NVC (Scanned on may 15th)

06-05-14 - AOS Checklist for not having N/A written for "Place of Residence" (checklist info received over the phone).

06-09-14 - AOS Checklist - I864EZ delivered today.

06-11-14 - I864EZ got scanned today.

06-13-14 - Sent original marriage and birth certificate out to NVC. (Received at NVC 06-16-14)

06-16-14 - received fake checklist asking for 864ez and marriage certificate

06-20-14 - Marriage and Birth certificate scanned

07-23-14 - Case complete (Talked to Don at NVC on 7/24) -- Received CC email 7/30

08-01-14 - Interview date assigned (Sept 9th)

08-05-14 - Received Interview Letter via email

09-10-14 - Visa Approved

09-11-14 - Paid the extortion fees

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I just redid my AOS because originally my father was sponsoring my husband solely so he filed I-864 and we submitted all of his tax documents together with that in Sept. 2016. We didn't understand then that because I am the petitioner for the beneficiary I am still his sponsor (even though I technically can not be his legal financial sponsor based on income requirements). We are in our third review and I am waiting to hear back as to whether or not NVC accepted our correction which I submitted I-864 as the petitioner sponsor and my father submitted I-864A as the financial sponsor. 

 

I think that your mother-in-law's sister will need to fill out I-864 and you will need to fill out I-864a and you have to make sure they link together with the appropriate financial numbers and everything to show that you are joint sponsors. Read the fine print and make sure you go over each and every line together. 

 

Best of luck and don't hesitate to pay attorney fees for one hour visit so that an immigration attorney can better guide you through the appropriate actions to take regarding the AOS.

 

 

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hi

 

both of  you will file an i864, her as the petitioner, who must always file the affidavit of support

 

you will file the i864 as her joint sponsor

 

if you need to include your wife's income, then your wife will file the i864A as your household member

 

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Thanks

 


07-09-13 - Application received at Chicago Lockbox NOA1

01-03-14 - Transfer notice to Nebraska

01-06-14 - Application received at Nebraska

03-13-14 - NOA2 notification

03-25-14 - NVC received case

04-24-14 - Case number and IIN received over the phone

05-02-14 - Paid AOS Fees

05-06-14 - Sent AOS package

05-07-14 - AOS Fees showed up as paid

05-08-14 - AOS package received at NVC (Scanned on may 8th)

05-08-14 - IV Bill showed up and paid

05-12-14 - Sent IV package overnight

05-13-14 - IV package received at NVC (Scanned on may 15th)

06-05-14 - AOS Checklist for not having N/A written for "Place of Residence" (checklist info received over the phone).

06-09-14 - AOS Checklist - I864EZ delivered today.

06-11-14 - I864EZ got scanned today.

06-13-14 - Sent original marriage and birth certificate out to NVC. (Received at NVC 06-16-14)

06-16-14 - received fake checklist asking for 864ez and marriage certificate

06-20-14 - Marriage and Birth certificate scanned

07-23-14 - Case complete (Talked to Don at NVC on 7/24) -- Received CC email 7/30

08-01-14 - Interview date assigned (Sept 9th)

08-05-14 - Received Interview Letter via email

09-10-14 - Visa Approved

09-11-14 - Paid the extortion fees

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On 1/12/2017 at 8:23 PM, aleful said:

hi

 

both of  you will file an i864, her as the petitioner, who must always file the affidavit of support

 

you will file the i864 as her joint sponsor

 

if you need to include your wife's income, then your wife will file the i864A as your household member

 

I dont need my wife's income to joint sponsor but she is on my tax returns. Does that mean I need to file i864a and 864 for her as well? 


07-09-13 - Application received at Chicago Lockbox NOA1

01-03-14 - Transfer notice to Nebraska

01-06-14 - Application received at Nebraska

03-13-14 - NOA2 notification

03-25-14 - NVC received case

04-24-14 - Case number and IIN received over the phone

05-02-14 - Paid AOS Fees

05-06-14 - Sent AOS package

05-07-14 - AOS Fees showed up as paid

05-08-14 - AOS package received at NVC (Scanned on may 8th)

05-08-14 - IV Bill showed up and paid

05-12-14 - Sent IV package overnight

05-13-14 - IV package received at NVC (Scanned on may 15th)

06-05-14 - AOS Checklist for not having N/A written for "Place of Residence" (checklist info received over the phone).

06-09-14 - AOS Checklist - I864EZ delivered today.

06-11-14 - I864EZ got scanned today.

06-13-14 - Sent original marriage and birth certificate out to NVC. (Received at NVC 06-16-14)

06-16-14 - received fake checklist asking for 864ez and marriage certificate

06-20-14 - Marriage and Birth certificate scanned

07-23-14 - Case complete (Talked to Don at NVC on 7/24) -- Received CC email 7/30

08-01-14 - Interview date assigned (Sept 9th)

08-05-14 - Received Interview Letter via email

09-10-14 - Visa Approved

09-11-14 - Paid the extortion fees

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