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Problems with affidavit - relative won't co-sign

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We are doing a fiance visa, we have sent in our stuff and are waiting for the NOA1 and want to have the I-134 in order.

We are in the process of finding co-signers for our affidavit since the US petitioner is a student on student loans. His mom is going to help us out, but we don't think that her money is enough to meet the requirements. The dad doesn't want to co-sign. What should we do?


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Find a different co-sponsor.

Does the petitioners mom make more than $18.3k per year?


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

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We are doing a fiance visa, we have sent in our stuff and are waiting for the NOA1 and want to have the I-134 in order.

We are in the process of finding co-signers for our affidavit since the US petitioner is a student on student loans. His mom is going to help us out, but we don't think that her money is enough to meet the requirements. The dad doesn't want to co-sign. What should we do?

The need for the I-134 is probably 6 months down the road. Will the situation change or the USC will still be a student? If so, you need to find another co-sponsor. It can be ANY US citizen or LPR. It does not have to be only family (except in some consulates, yours is not one of them).

For sake of clarity, it is a "co-sponsor" NOT "co-signer" and the co-sponsor is not responsiblke for any of your debts or obligations UNLESS you go on public welfare assistance. In normal cases it is very small risk to the co-sponsor


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