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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Japan

My father is the joint sponsor. I, my wife, and son currently live abroad. My son holds dual citizenship, so the wife is the only one being sponsored. Based on this information, my household size on the I-864 would be 3, but how about my fathers.? Would it be 3, including my mother and my wife, or 5 including my son and I as well? We do not currently live with them, but will for a brief period when we get to the US. Thanks.

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That's tricky one, i'm trying to understand the situtation.

You are a US citizen?

I assume, you, the sponsor live in the USA with your son?!

Your son works?

Has a dual citizenship.

You count how many currently live with the sponsor-er (you) / joint sponsor (your father?). If the joint sponsor-er is the main source of income, thus you, does not meet the poverty level for you household then you need a joint sponsor, which is your father.

Does everyone in the household, who you are planning to live with in the USA work?

I'm sorry I'm confused

Does you father's income cover the poverty guild lines for everyone in the house?

Best of Luck. Best wishes. Thank you.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: India

I'm gonna say 3 (your parents, wife) because you and your son have U.S. citizenship, you are not being "sponsored." However, financially, I don't know how that'd work out.

03/27/2009: Engaged in Ithaca, New York.
08/17/2009: Wedding in Calcutta, India.
09/29/2009: I-130 NOA1
01/25/2010: I-130 NOA2
03/23/2010: Case completed.
05/12/2010: CR-1 interview at Mumbai, India.
05/20/2010: US Entry, Chicago.
03/01/2012: ROC NOA1.
03/26/2012: Biometrics completed.
12/07/2012: 10 year card production ordered.

09/25/2013: N-400 NOA1

10/16/2013: Biometrics completed

12/03/2013: Interview

12/20/2013: Oath ceremony


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