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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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Salam

how are you guys ?

i want to ask something about the sponsor since my wife dont make enough so we need co sponser.. Am CR1/IR1 by the way

so i'll tell info about my wife and the CO sponsor and if you can tell me if it fit NVC or we need seconed sponsor

my wife have 3 kids plus my baby become 4 kids

there ages 15,8,3,1 years

and she makes in year

2009= nothing

2008=7,513$

2007=1,695$

2006=3,907$

the Co sponsor (not married ) have 3 kids (one of them married)

there ages 18,17 (in two months will be 18 too ) ,6 years

and she make in year

2007 =43,050 $

2008=49,368 $

2009=13,569 $

sorry for bothering and hope i can find answer

take care

thanks in advance


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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hey how are you? well as far as co spon sor goes its the foreign spouse plus all in the sponsors household so thats the sponsor, his 2 kids since the other kids is married and 18,, plus himself unless he had a wife then it would be her also,but its all in his household under 18 plus the benificiary :thumbs:


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sent i-130 10-16-2009

noa1 recieved 10-26-2009

noa2 recieved 2-27-2010. got no rfes thank god!

case completed 4 months 1 week and 4 days

date recieved by nvc 3-10-2010

Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill :3-17-2010

Return Completed DS-3032 :3-17-2010

Pay I-864 Bill :3-19-2010

Receive I-864 Package 3-19-2010. used nvc shortcuts!

Return I-864 Package 3-27-2010

-- Receive IV Bill : 3-27-2010

-- Pay IV Bill : 3-27-2010

-- Receive Instruction Package :

-- sent iv packet 4-1-2010

-- Case Completed at NVC : 5-7-2010!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! yayyyyyyy!

Date Package Left From NVC :5-11-2010

interview date-6-23-2010

interview results-approveddddddddd! no ap!!! yayayaya skippy!

visa recieved-visa in hand!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! june 29.2010 6 days after interview!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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This is not your question, but, I see an issue in income for 2009. the co-sponsor only earns 13k, and you have household size of 4+ children..... isn't 13k below the poverty guidelines.. this may bring up many questions.


Engaged : 11/25/2009

Married : 02/12/2010

I-130 NOA 1: 03/21/2010

RFE : NONE

I-130 NOA 2 : 7/19/2010 (no touch's, no emails, no text notifications) Received Hard copy in mail 7/26 2010.

NVC Received : 8/02/2010

AOS Bill : 8/03/2010 ( Received Via Email after calling on 8/2/2010 )

Paid AOS Bill : 8/04/2010 ( Paid Invoice electronically )

AOS shown as paid : 8/05/2010

Mailed DS-3032 : 8/05/2010

Mailed I-864 pkg : 8/06/2010

NVC Receive i-864 : 8/09/2010

NVC Receive DS-3032 : 8/09/2010

IV Bill (available for pay): 8/20/2010

IV Bill Paid : 8/20/2010

IV Bill Shows Paid! : 8/23/2010 (just waitin for the docs from my wife now) should be here next week!

IV Package Sent Finally: 9/04/2010 (due to arrive 9/7)

Received checklist : 9/06/2010 (they are looking for the IV package) hmmm, ummm, I KNOW! So was I!

IV Package on AVR : 9/10/2010

Received Checklist 9/28/2010 (said PCC not in correct format)

Case Complete 10/13/2010 ( have not received replacement PCC from wife yet to send into NVC, How can this be?) I'm not complaining!

Interview 11/08/2010

PS As of 9/11/2010, USCIS website still not updated, shows NOA-1 date and... blah blah blah. don't count on them folks.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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Your sponsor and co-sponsor combined don't make enough money for two people, let alone the kids, unless you misstyped their 2009 income and/ or their current income is much higher than in 2009. You will need to find another co-sponsor.


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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Filed: Other Country: China
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Your sponsor and co-sponsor combined don't make enough money for two people, let alone the kids, unless you misstyped their 2009 income and/ or their current income is much higher than in 2009. You will need to find another co-sponsor.

Correct. By my reading, the co-sponsor (actually "joint sponsor")doesn't come close to qualifying. You need a sponsor with current income that qualifies them based on their own household size plus any intending immigrants they are sponsoring. While three years of income information is asked for on the I-864, it is the current income (which may or may not be similar to the 2009 income) that rules the day.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Chile
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Correct. By my reading, the co-sponsor (actually "joint sponsor")doesn't come close to qualifying. You need a sponsor with current income that qualifies them based on their own household size plus any intending immigrants they are sponsoring. While three years of income information is asked for on the I-864, it is the current income (which may or may not be similar to the 2009 income) that rules the day.

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I have my own dilemma!! hope you can help me out.

I will be sponsoring my husband, I have two kids so it will be a household of 4 @ 125% of poverty line is $27, 562

  • 2009 taxes 24,625.00-- (I'm short 2,927)
  • Child support 16,000 which brings my total income to $40,625.00

I have a court order that specifies the amount and it will be in place until my children are done with college another 3 years for son and then only for daughter 5 more years.

My ex deposits by check to my account.

I'm also co- owner of the house I live in with my kids, I will use this if I have to (mind you I do not pay the morgage court ordered as well in my divorce agreement)

I think this should be enough I do not want to use a sponsor, I have two people willing, I just want to do this on my own. Can you give me your input please? much appreciated!

Emily


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Filed: Other Country: China
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Then you state your current total income and document the child support both with the court order and a few bank statements showing it actually gets paid.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Chile
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Then you state your current total income and document the child support both with the court order and a few bank statements showing it actually gets paid.

I got court order and bank statements to prove it, so then it will be ok to proceed this route!

thanks pushbrk!!


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