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My fian ce lives with his family, and I was wondering when filling out the I864 form - if my embassy in South Africa - requires this form instead of the other Affidavit of Support, when they ask for the sponsors household size, as he lives with his parents, brother and sister, does he put all of them down?

Then at the bottom of the form they say to mention persons included in line 1 who you've included on your previous I864 form.

He hasn't had to support any of his family, so does this mean we leave that part empty and write "none"

Not sure if I have made sense but I was just wondering about this.

Thank you


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Using the I-864, the applicant must list everyone living under the same roof related by blood, adoption. If there are lots of relatives, it raises the total number of people when you look at the poverty chart. There is a supplemental form (I-864A I believe) that allows you to list the income of the others living in the house to make up the proper amount. Marilyn and Peter.


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Most embassies require I-134 at interview stage and I-864 at AOS stage. You can always email the embassy beforehand to make sure. consularjohannesburg@state.gov

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My fian ce lives with his family, and I was wondering when filling out the I864 form - if my embassy in South Africa - requires this form instead of the other Affidavit of Support, when they ask for the sponsors household size, as he lives with his parents, brother and sister, does he put all of them down?

Then at the bottom of the form they say to mention persons included in line 1 who you've included on your previous I864 form.

He hasn't had to support any of his family, so does this mean we leave that part empty and write "none"

Not sure if I have made sense but I was just wondering about this.

Thank you

Were you asked to complete an I-134 or I-864 or were you told you could submit either?


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