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Hi there,

I have this situation:

My wife can't meet the requirements as she is my sponsor, so we're having her mom as a joint sponsor. Can she use her husband incomes for helping her to reach the 125% of poverty line, filing a I-864A form for him? I know the main sponsor can use the incomes of his household members to meet the requirements, but I have the doubt if the joint sponsor is able to do the same.

So, can a joint sponsor use the incomes of her household members to meet the requirements?

I really appreciate any help,

Thank you very much

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Hi there,

I have this situation:

My wife can't meet the requirements as she is my sponsor, so we're having her mom as a joint sponsor. Can she use her husband incomes for helping her to reach the 125% of poverty line, filing a I-864A form for him? I know the main sponsor can use the incomes of his household members to meet the requirements, but I have the doubt if the joint sponsor is able to do the same.

So, can a joint sponsor use the incomes of her household members to meet the requirements?

I really appreciate any help,

Thank you very much

I believe they can yes by completing the I-864A like you said.

So you will need:

- your wife's I-864

- her moms I-864

- her dad's I-864A

- all supporting documents for each such as tax returns for 2009, or letters explaining why taxes weren't filed etc

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Filed: Country: Spain
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I believe they can yes by completing the I-864A like you said.

So you will need:

- your wife's I-864

- her moms I-864

- her dad's I-864A

- all supporting documents for each such as tax returns for 2009, or letters explaining why taxes weren't filed etc

Thank you very much for your help. We will try that. Ciao

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