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What if a sponsor is dependent on their parents' tax return for the year 2008 and if the parents are not willing to co sponsor the applicant?

I know that the sponsor has to find a co sponsor if the 125% of the poverty line is not met by the sponsor. One more question regarding the co sponsor. If the co sponsor is living with her boyfriend, can she file the I-864 along with the sponsor, and her boyfriend file the I-864A? And if this requirement is met, then the household member number increases to three?, which means that they have to be making an income of 22,887 as of 2009.

Please help me, I know I am asking a lot of questions.

Thanks


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What if a sponsor is dependent on their parents' tax return for the year 2008 and if the parents are not willing to co sponsor the applicant?

No matter, the sponsor will still need to file a 864. The parents do not enter the picture.

I know that the sponsor has to find a co sponsor if the 125% of the poverty line is not met by the sponsor.

Correct

One more question regarding the co sponsor. If the co sponsor is living with her boyfriend, can she file the I-864 along with the sponsor, and her boyfriend file the I-864A?

Correct - as long as they meet the sponsor requirements

And if this requirement is met, then the household member number increases to three?, which means that they have to be making an income of 22,887 as of 2009.

Correct.

Please help me, I know I am asking a lot of questions.

Thanks


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.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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i don't think she is legally obligated to provide for her boyfriend, so he would not be included in the household size. i might be wrong though.

Well what if the co sponsor won't have enough money and she wants to include her boyfriend's tax return? Is that possible?

If they do file together that means the income should be at least 23,000 as of 2009 for a household size of 3?

Thanks for all your help


Wedding: 2008-12-15 in Lahore Pakistan

NOA2 (approval) 2009-08-31 (after waiting 3 months)

NVC Case # Assigned 2009-09-14

AOS package sent: 2010-03-22(after 6 months of AOS bill paid)

Login Failure: 2010-04-05 at 10:50 pm YAY!!!!!!!!

Case Complete @NVC (per AVR): 2010-04-06 at 3:00 am

Medical in Lahore: 2010-05-05, got the reports back on 2010-05-07

Interview Day: 2010-05-20 APPROVED! NO AP! <<True Miracle>>

Received Passport with Visa Stamp: 2010-05-22

POE: Houston, Texas on 2010-06-07, home by 11pm!>>>Cleared and finally home!

Received SSN: 2010-06-16

Greencard Received: 2010-07-15

Removal of Conditions:

NOA1: 2012-03-21

Biometrics: 2012-05-02

Approval 10 yrs Greencard: 2012-10-04

Greencard Received: 2012-10-??

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