So my husband is my petitioner. His income is not enough to support me. So we made my mother in law a joint sponsor. She is using my father-in-law's income as well to be my sponsor.
- So my husband filled out I-864 + supporting docs - but he has zero income, so that's it.
- My mother-in-law filled out another I-864, she put in that she is using the income of household member + supporting docs.
- My father-in-law filled out I-864a + supporting docs. Here is important point: My mother in law signed I-864a, part 5, as the sponsor, and my father in law signed part 6 as the household member.
We submitted our docs to NVC.
Now I got a letter from NVC saying that my husband, whose income we are NOT using for sponsorship, should have signed part 5 of I-864a as the sponsor.
My question is: I thought I-864a is a contract between the household member and the de facto sponsor, but from their letter it looks like it is a contract between household member and *petitioner*. What did you guys do? Is it possible NVC has made a mistake? Should I call them and is the person on the phone gonna have access to my forms?
Thanks in advance for your help.