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hello guyzz!!

im filing now my AOS,, its that oki if his mom will be sponsor when filing AOS?? i know his above poverty but i want to be sure,, co'z his income not so high... is she's mom fill up also the 1-894 or same forms??? or what kind of forms she will fill up??? thanx guyss..

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Are you talking about your now husband's (assuming you are married now)mom being a co-sponsor for you for the affidavit of support or are you doing adjustment of status?

The form she fills out depends on the living conditions and what you are filing for.

If you are filing for adjustment of status and live separately from your mother in law...she would fill out the I-864....if you guys live in the same house it would be I-864A. Living in the same house after marriage isnt very common, but I know it does happen some.

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If your husband makes above the 125% of the poverty line, there is no need for a co-sponsor.


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Are you talking about your now husband's (assuming you are married now)mom being a co-sponsor for you for the affidavit of support or are you doing adjustment of status?

The form she fills out depends on the living conditions and what you are filing for.

If you are filing for adjustment of status and live separately from your mother in law...she would fill out the I-864....if you guys live in the same house it would be I-864A. Living in the same house after marriage isnt very common, but I know it does happen some.

Please fill in your timeline so we know what stage of the process you are in.

Is this true??? Because in my case my father-in-law is our co-sponsor and yes for the time being we are staying with them, so he fills out the I-864A? Why is that? I'm so happy I saw this thread this early!


My Journey:

We met through a study-abroad program in Shanghai, China in August of 2009

We got engaged March of 2010

I received my K1 VISA in 6 months (June-December 2010)

We were married 04/02/2011
I received my conditional 2-year greencard (AOS) in 2.5 months with no interview (April-June 2011)

Our son was born 02/03/2013

I received my masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology 04/17/2013

I received my 10-year greencard (ROC) in 3 months with no interview (March-June 2013)

My husband returned from deployment 06/20/2013

My naturalization journey took 4 months (April-August 2014)

I became a US citizen on 08/01/2014

Received passport in 3 weeks (regular processing)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Is this true??? Because in my case my father-in-law is our co-sponsor and yes for the time being we are staying with them, so he fills out the I-864A? Why is that? I'm so happy I saw this thread this early!

He doesn't HAVE to do the I-864A but he can, he can also do the I-864 if he wants to. The I-864A is for household members because incomes are combined when living together to support to household (so they say).

The I-864A is great if you can use it because it COMBINES income, where if your co-sponsor completes an I-864 he needs to make the levels himself for his household size plus the immigrant/s.

So if it's possible for you to use an I-864A then do it! It makes life easier but you do need to prove that you live together.

Edited by Vanessa&Tony

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Sorry for hijacking this post again, but how do I prove that we are living with our in-laws?


My Journey:

We met through a study-abroad program in Shanghai, China in August of 2009

We got engaged March of 2010

I received my K1 VISA in 6 months (June-December 2010)

We were married 04/02/2011
I received my conditional 2-year greencard (AOS) in 2.5 months with no interview (April-June 2011)

Our son was born 02/03/2013

I received my masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology 04/17/2013

I received my 10-year greencard (ROC) in 3 months with no interview (March-June 2013)

My husband returned from deployment 06/20/2013

My naturalization journey took 4 months (April-August 2014)

I became a US citizen on 08/01/2014

Received passport in 3 weeks (regular processing)

Thank you, VJ! smile.png

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