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Affidavit Of Support (for some Sponsors) Seperate I-864A Form

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Hi All,

I live with my aunt and am going to include her income on the Affidavit of Support to meet the guidelines.

I know she has to fill out a seperate form (I-864A) as I do myself. But my question is, "what document do I need to submit to prove her relationship to me? I have proof of her residency as in electric bills, phone bills, etc. But am wondering how and what I need to prove she's my aunt, my maternal aunt. She is 78 yrs old and I may have a hard time getting birth records or other documents to prove this. Please advise.

Please anyone with answers or suggestions please respond.

Thanks in advance,

Sklind42


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I may be wrong but I do not think a proof of relationship is needed for the sponsor (you do enter the relationship in one of the boxes but do not have to include proof of relationship.) But at the worst, if its required, you need to have someone who knows her to be your aunt swear to that in a document and have it notarized (I won't advice you to do it unless asked for.) Good Luck


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Hi,

My sister lives in my house and was our co-sponsor. We did not have to submit proof of our relationship as siblings, but she did have to prove her citizenship in the US. Both of us were born here, and all we needed from her was her birth cert. or her US passport.

You both will need to fill out 864's and get them notarized. You will have to add her annual income to your 864 as a household member, and finally, you will have to fill out an 864a, (which is a contact between you and your aunt).

I made the mistake of not adding my sister to my "household income" section, and NVC kicked it back to me. What confused me was that I was under the impression that since I did not claim her on my taxes, and she did not claim me, I did not have to add her to my 864. If you live under the same roof, you must add her to that section.

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Rose,

They do not both fill out I-864s. Only Sklind fills out I-864, including her aunt's income and assets as they desire. At the same time Sklind and her aunt jointly execute an I-864A.

You are correct that no evidence of the claimed relationship is required. (Unless, perhaps, the person who is reviewing the affidavit feels they have reason to request such evidence.)

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Hi,

My sister lives in my house and was our co-sponsor. We did not have to submit proof of our relationship as siblings, but she did have to prove her citizenship in the US. Both of us were born here, and all we needed from her was her birth cert. or her US passport.

You both will need to fill out 864's and get them notarized. You will have to add her annual income to your 864 as a household member, and finally, you will have to fill out an 864a, (which is a contact between you and your aunt).

I made the mistake of not adding my sister to my "household income" section, and NVC kicked it back to me. What confused me was that I was under the impression that since I did not claim her on my taxes, and she did not claim me, I did not have to add her to my 864. If you live under the same roof, you must add her to that section.

Good Luck !

-Rose

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