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Hi guys

Just filling in our I-864s and I have a few questions

as my wife lives over here in the US with me, we require a co sponsor (which various members of her family jumped at the chance to assist with)

It's my understanding that including the one required by my wife as the petitioner, we are only allowed one co sponsor, is that correct?

Also

one of the questions is country of Domicile

I was under the impression that my wife had to prove domicile in the United States (or at least prove some how that we are serious about establishing domicile in the US)

as we are going the DCF route, should she put 'United Kingdom' on this part of the form, and our UK address, or should she put United States and a US address?

Thanks for the great help so far, hope once this process is over and done with I will be able to assist as much as some of you nice people have! :)

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I assume that is a typo at the beginning and you're actually both in the UK?

It is my understanding that you should put your UK address down in the residence bit, but where it says country of domicile, put the United States. Then include proof that the US Citizen is re-establishing domicile in the US no later than the date the intending immigrant arrives in the US, so include any proof like US drivers licence with the address you're moving to on, if she has a bank there, proof of receiving mail, a letter from anyone who already lives at the address (we are moving in with my Mother In Law, so have included a letter from her saying that we've been receiving mail and she is happy to have us there) , moving quotes, house appraisal if you are selling up etc. Also a letter from the US citizen saying they are re-establishing domicile.

Good luck!

Hi guys

Just filling in our I-864s and I have a few questions

as my wife lives over here in the US with me, we require a co sponsor (which various members of her family jumped at the chance to assist with)

It's my understanding that including the one required by my wife as the petitioner, we are only allowed one co sponsor, is that correct?

Also

one of the questions is country of Domicile

I was under the impression that my wife had to prove domicile in the United States (or at least prove some how that we are serious about establishing domicile in the US)

as we are going the DCF route, should she put 'United Kingdom' on this part of the form, and our UK address, or should she put United States and a US address?

Thanks for the great help so far, hope once this process is over and done with I will be able to assist as much as some of you nice people have! :)


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14/Jul/97 - Met Rick in UK

04/Nov/97 - Travelled to US on visitors visa

01/Jan/98 - Married in US

1998 - 2000 - Long process with Immigration obtaining Green Card #1.

20/May/2003 - Left US for UK

11/Feb/2004 - Child #1 born

14/Jul/2005 - Child #2 born

August 2007 - Decide we need to move back to USA. Kicking self for not getting citizenship.

24/Sep/2007 - I-130 sent

28/Sep/2007 - I-130 NOA1

12/Dec/2007 - I-130 Approved

11/Jan/2008 - Police Certificate applied for

11/Jan/2008 - DS-230 part 1 sent off

14/Jan/2008 - Medical booked for Jan 21st

21/Jan/2008 - Medical in London - all clear!

24/Jan/2008 - Statement of readiness sent to embassy

09/Feb/2008 - Police clearance arrived

14/Mar/2008 - Interview at 9am!! APPROVED!

18/Mar/2008 - Visa arrived!

22/Mar/2008 - Being made homeless!

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Done with immigration until I can apply for citizenship in 2011.

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I assume that is a typo at the beginning and you're actually both in the UK?

Most definitely a typo, couldn't figure out how to edit my first post though :)

Thanks for your input

I hope it wont be too difficult to prove domicile, even I have a bank account over there at her parents address :)

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