Since we're doing DCF and got our approval notice yesterday, I figured I better start filling stuff out ahead of time. My mom's due to Skype with me on Sunday to fill out her own I-864 for my dad. (He has zero computer skills, that's why she's helping him, haha) For those of you that don't know me yet, I live in Germany with my husband and we don't even have enough assets to meet the requirements, so we need my dad to joint sponsor with me. We'll be moving in with them upon our arrival.
Anyhow...the I-864 is quite the beast to me. I've figured out a good bit, but still hoping you wonderful people can help clean this mess up for me:
For my dad's I-864:
1. On Part 3 does he list me as one of the family members accompanying the primary immigrant? I know being a USC I'm not really an immigrant, but I don't see how else he should add me into his Household Size on Part 5
2. As mentioned above, how does my dad list me in his household size? It'll be my parents and my husband and me living together when we move. They don't claim me in their taxes anymore.
For my I-864:
1. In Part 4 "Other Information" where it asks country of domicile, what should I put? I live in Germany, but am required to have domicile in the US to qualify as a sponsor. I can show proof of reestablishment of US domicile in the past year, but I don't want to lie and just write "USA" when I stay in Germany most of the year.
2. I only include myself and my husband in our household size, right? The whole thing lies on my dad's petition anyway since I don't meet the requirements, so the household size he puts down (with us moving in) is what they're looking for, correct?
3. For my income....like I said I live in Germany and have a couple paper route jobs is all. Do I list my income as $0 simply because it's a foreign income that stops when I move?
4. Am I even required to fill out the assets section if I have a joint sponsor? It says optional, but I know that's for petitioners in the US who make enough money.
That should be it...for now, lol. Thanks for any insight you might be able to provide!