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I am a little lost. Even though my brother is an independent tax filer (and makes more money then me!), New Delhi website claims ANYONE living in same household (despite filing own return) needs to be added. So do I add him on Question 21E?

It is ridiculous that USCIS, which is correct, only makes you put true dependents, and that New Delhi makes you put anyone living in same home. I am fortunate that I have the income to show support for both, but this is absurd from a directions point of view. Why can they not have standardized directions for filling out forms?

http://newdelhi.usembassy.gov/sponsorship.html

"The sponsor must include himself, and all individuals living in his household in the I-864. As a result, if the sponsor lives with his brother, parents, nieces and nephews, etc., he must include them in his I-864, even if they file separate returns. The sponsor must demonstrate that he can support himself, and all individuals living with him"

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: India
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I am a little lost. Even though my brother is an independent tax filer (and makes more money then me!), New Delhi website claims ANYONE living in same household (despite filing own return) needs to be added. So do I add him on Question 21E?

It is ridiculous that USCIS, which is correct, only makes you put true dependents, and that New Delhi makes you put anyone living in same home. I am fortunate that I have the income to show support for both, but this is absurd from a directions point of view. Why can they not have standardized directions for filling out forms?

http://newdelhi.usembassy.gov/sponsorship.html

"The sponsor must include himself, and all individuals living in his household in the I-864. As a result, if the sponsor lives with his brother, parents, nieces and nephews, etc., he must include them in his I-864, even if they file separate returns. The sponsor must demonstrate that he can support himself, and all individuals living with him"

Good question... someday something has to be done about New Delhi being different in many things they do.


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