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ok guys sorry if this is available somewhere else but I couldn't find it.... I'm getting ready to fill out the I-864, my income is over the poverty line but just to be safe I have a co-sponser. does he need to have anything signed by his wife? like the form i-684a? does he also sign another one for me and him? thanks for your help

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does he need to have anything signed by his wife?

I believe he only needs to use the I864A if he wants to use his wife's income to supplement his own


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08/29/2008 SSN assigned

09/08/2008 SSN (Card) received

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11/10/2008 Send I-90 to Texas service center

12/xx/2008 NOA1

01/07/2009 Card production ordered

01/14/2009 Card mailed

01/xx/2009 Card received

I-751 Timeline

06/02/2010 Send I-751 to California service center

06/04/2010 Received at CSC

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does he need to have anything signed by his wife?

I believe he only needs to use the I864A if he wants to use his wife's income to supplement his own

ok but do we need the i-864a between me and him? or just fill out 2 i-864's? and do these have to be noterized?

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does he need to have anything signed by his wife?

I believe he only needs to use the I864A if he wants to use his wife's income to supplement his own

ok but do we need the i-864a between me and him? or just fill out 2 i-864's? and do these have to be noterized?

If it's a joint sponsor, and not a household member, you do another 864 (not 864A). Does he have his own W2s? I just used my step mom's income (and only her W2s) but the joint tax returns of my dad and step mom. Only she signed the form. I never wrote my father's name on the form at all. Does that make sense?

Because he is an independent contractor, and I didn't feel like messing with his tax info.

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does he need to have anything signed by his wife?

I believe he only needs to use the I864A if he wants to use his wife's income to supplement his own

ok but do we need the i-864a between me and him? or just fill out 2 i-864's? and do these have to be noterized?

You = I-864

Him = I-864

no I-864A is required between the two of you

And no, they don't need to be notarized


DCF Timeline here

POE Timeline

08/24/2008 POE Seattle

08/29/2008 SSN assigned

09/08/2008 SSN (Card) received

09/29/2008 Green Card received

I-90 Timeline (USCIS error)

11/10/2008 Send I-90 to Texas service center

12/xx/2008 NOA1

01/07/2009 Card production ordered

01/14/2009 Card mailed

01/xx/2009 Card received

I-751 Timeline

06/02/2010 Send I-751 to California service center

06/04/2010 Received at CSC

06/07/2010 NOA1

06/09/2010 Check cashed

07/27/2010 Biometrics

07/28/2010 Touch

09/02/2010 Approved

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does he need to have anything signed by his wife?

I believe he only needs to use the I864A if he wants to use his wife's income to supplement his own

ok but do we need the i-864a between me and him? or just fill out 2 i-864's? and do these have to be noterized?

You = I-864

Him = I-864

no I-864A is required between the two of you

And no, they don't need to be notarized

Thank you very much. u've been great help

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does he need to have anything signed by his wife?

I believe he only needs to use the I864A if he wants to use his wife's income to supplement his own

ok but do we need the i-864a between me and him? or just fill out 2 i-864's? and do these have to be noterized?

If it's a joint sponsor, and not a household member, you do another 864 (not 864A). Does he have his own W2s? I just used my step mom's income (and only her W2s) but the joint tax returns of my dad and step mom. Only she signed the form. I never wrote my father's name on the form at all. Does that make sense?

Because he is an independent contractor, and I didn't feel like messing with his tax info.

will do just that.. thank you very much

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