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My fiance and I were curious to know..theres a chance I might have to have a co-sponsor,when it comes interview time in Bogota,does having a sponsor play a big factor in it or not?Any information would be greatly appreciated..thanks

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I dont think it matters. As long as you along with your sponsor are 125% or whatever the number is above the poverty line, you should be good.


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My fiance and I were curious to know..theres a chance I might have to have a co-sponsor,when it comes interview time in Bogota,does having a sponsor play a big factor in it or not?Any information would be greatly appreciated..thanks

If your petitioner's income is less than 125% of the poverty guide line, then you MUST need co-sponsor / co-sponsors. You will also need co-sponsor's birth certificate, proof of your relation with him/her. Here is the link to poverty guide line :

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=73c63591ec04d010VgnVCM10000048f3d6a1RCRD

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Tunisia
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My fiance and I were curious to know..theres a chance I might have to have a co-sponsor,when it comes interview time in Bogota,does having a sponsor play a big factor in it or not?Any information would be greatly appreciated..thanks

I was worried about this too... I was thinking of sending co-sponsor info at the time of interview...just in case. Even though NVC approves my AOS. I have heard of them denying people at the interview even though the AOS was accepted. Never can be to safe right? :unsure:

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I was worried about this too... I was thinking of sending co-sponsor info at the time of interview...just in case. Even though NVC approves my AOS. I have heard of them denying people at the interview even though the AOS was accepted. Never can be to safe right? :unsure:

If you know for a fact that you don't meet the 125% threshold, even if your AOS is accepted you should know they'll catch it sooner or later. If you meet the 125% threshold, no reason to burden yourself with more paperwork by having co-spondor.

Also, everyone take a look at the I-864EZ form. You may qualify for that if you meet certain conditions. Less paperwork = me happy.


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