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Hello,

I don't have a job (no income) because I'm stuck at home taking care of my newborn.

My husband just started a job in October 2009. From October-March, he was a part-time worker. He just started working full-time and his salary is about $23,000. But I have no proof that he's getting that amount of money because his pay stubs til now shows part-time work.

So I was thinking if my mother (also a US citizen) can file an I-864a.

We don't live in the same house, she didn't file me as a dependent, nor did I. Does that mean she can't file it for us?

I saw that it says "you may use the income of your spouse and/or any other relatives living in your residence...." but she's not in my residence.

what are my options??

Do I have to fill out the I-864 if I don't have any income?

I was the one who filled out his I-130..

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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Hello,

I don't have a job (no income) because I'm stuck at home taking care of my newborn.

My husband just started a job in October 2009. From October-March, he was a part-time worker. He just started working full-time and his salary is about $23,000. But I have no proof that he's getting that amount of money because his pay stubs til now shows part-time work.

So I was thinking if my mother (also a US citizen) can file an I-864a.

We don't live in the same house, she didn't file me as a dependent, nor did I. Does that mean she can't file it for us?

I saw that it says "you may use the income of your spouse and/or any other relatives living in your residence...." but she's not in my residence.

what are my options??

Do I have to fill out the I-864 if I don't have any income?

I was the one who filled out his I-130..

You file an i864 and mark sponsor. your mom files another i864 and marks "I am the only joint sponsor"

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Filed: Other Country: South Korea
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You file an i864 and mark sponsor. your mom files another i864 and marks "I am the only joint sponsor"

So I don't have to mention or include my mom in the I-864 that I fill out? (like in question 21g)..

My mom fills out another I-864, not I-864a??

Sorry for the confusion!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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how do i include my spouse's income if he's been a part-time worker til now??

that means the I-864 that i fill out and 0.00 income? o_O

are you filing for your husband or is he the USC filing for you? I'm confused. It's the usc's income.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: India
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Regarding the AOS package:

First thing, I would recommend is that you print out the I-864 form and read the instructions about 2 times. Mark out the relevant portions and ask any questions you might have after that. I would suggest you read the guides for a comprehensive idea about how the AOS packet will comprise.

Recommended AOS package:

I-864 Coversheet (with barcode) for payment of $70

Form I-864 (signed and dated)

2009 Federal Tax Return/W2 and 1099s or IRS tax transcript.

2008 Federal Tax Return and W2 and 1099s or IRS tax transcript.

2007 Federal Tax Return/W2 and 1099s or IRS Tax Transcript

Letter of Employment

Pay stub(s) from the most recent six months

Bank Statements.

Remember, the USC petitioner will file a I-864 regardless of income. If your joint sponsor lives in the same household as the petitioner, then they will use I-864A. If they live in a separate residence, then they will fill in another I-864.

For your joint sponsor you will need proof of their citizenship/residency. For household member, you will need proof of relationship and same household/residence.


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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.
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03/01/2012: ROC NOA1.
03/26/2012: Biometrics completed.
12/07/2012: 10 year card production ordered.

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how do i include my spouse's income if he's been a part-time worker til now??

that means the I-864 that i fill out and 0.00 income? o_O

ike the others have said, you don't include your husband's income, you are the one filing for him. so in one i864 you file regardless of how much you make. and your mom files another i864 as joint sponsor.

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