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I'm still looking for anyone who used a co sponsor for Lagos Embassy and was approved in 2007 or 2008. I wish to do this on my own even though i just secured another job that will take me over the 125% poverty level. If i show 2 jobs and 1 seasonal job as current income, do u think it will be enough to show my fiancee won't be a public charge? :innocent::help:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana

As long as you can prove that your employment puts you over the poverty level (letter of emplyment, pay stubs, etc) you should have no problem. There are others here that used cosponsors for Nigeria who were approved with no problem :)

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