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I-864 and I-864A

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Filed: Country: Jordan
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I have looked through several topics relating to this, and I think I have aaaallmost found my answer, but I just want to make absolutly sure before I do anything else.

I am a student, currently living at home (though that will change soon, I think) I do not meet the qualifications for the affidavit of support, so I will need joint sponsers. I have already asked my parents if they would be willing to sign the joint sponsership, and they agreed. However, I still have some questions.

Do my both my parents fill out the I-864? and then we each fill out a I-864A together (my father and I together and my mother and I togther?) or do we treat my parents as a single entity and their compined income as one income? or are we suppose to do each individual?

Also! If I do move to my own place, then my parents wouldn't be part of my household, though hopefully I have my husband here before then, but in any case, if I move before the process is finished, how does the joint/household sponsership work?

Thanks.

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I-130:

Married: 5/27/2006

Sent: 9/4/2007 (Vermont)

Check cleared: 1/25/2008

NOA1 : received 1/28/2008

NOA2 : received!!! 4/13/2008

NVC: First package arrived - AOS Fee sent: 4/23/2008

I-129:

Sent: 1/29/2008 (Vermont)

Received: 1/30/2008

NOA1 : received 2/7/2008

NVC Received (I-130) : 4/27/2008

Consulate Received : 11/27/2008

Packet 4 Received : 10/12/2008

Interview Date : 1/12/2009

waiting... :(

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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hello, Im not an authority at anything, so.. im pretending to answer your question

I think if you move, you have to fill out an I-865 or something like that. I think the I-864/I-864A just establishes that theres money available. If you move out... they money is still available with your parents (they dont vanish after you move out)... therefore, its okay. just notify them that you are moving with the I-865.

as for single entitiy... depends if they file seperatly or not. If they file seperately, then you got to treat your parents as seperate people. If they do a joint file... I'm guessing you choose one.

again.. im kind of guessing. :P

what i wanted to do is add my own questions! :D

1. how do you prove that you are your parents child?

2. How do you prove you live at the same adress?

:D thanks!

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Filed: Country: Jordan
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:) thanks for your answer, I'll try and answer yours, however, it probabily won't be too helpful *sheepish*

I think, when your parents submit their information (if its for the AOS right?) then they would be giving their social and what have you, and that information can be found easily. And also, later in the process, you are asked to submit an origional copy of your birth certificate, that would have that information on it (who you parents are). Hope that helps.... by the way? are they asking you to prove that? I figured they would take your word for it, and then if they need to check when the receive your birth certificate.


I-130:

Married: 5/27/2006

Sent: 9/4/2007 (Vermont)

Check cleared: 1/25/2008

NOA1 : received 1/28/2008

NOA2 : received!!! 4/13/2008

NVC: First package arrived - AOS Fee sent: 4/23/2008

I-129:

Sent: 1/29/2008 (Vermont)

Received: 1/30/2008

NOA1 : received 2/7/2008

NVC Received (I-130) : 4/27/2008

Consulate Received : 11/27/2008

Packet 4 Received : 10/12/2008

Interview Date : 1/12/2009

waiting... :(

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