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Hello,

My dad will be my co-sponsor. I have gathered his recent paystubs, a letter from his employer, and other information with his name on assets. My question is..... His taxes and the house is under both my mom and my dad's name. With that said, do I have to fill out an " Affidavit of Support" for each one (dad and mom)??? Also, do I have to fill out one myself???

Thanks for your help:)

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Hello,

My dad will be my co-sponsor. I have gathered his recent paystubs, a letter from his employer, and other information with his name on assets. My question is..... His taxes and the house is under both my mom and my dad's name. With that said, do I have to fill out an " Affidavit of Support" for each one (dad and mom)??? Also, do I have to fill out one myself???

Thanks for your help:)

Yes, you have to fill out your own I-134, even if you do not have enough income.

Does your father meet the 125% poverty level with just his income? If so, no need to list any assets or try and gather the papers needed for them. His pay stubs, tax transcripts and letter from employer are all he needs. You can leave the asset parts blank.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Yes, you have to fill out your own I-134, even if you do not have enough income.

Does your father meet the 125% poverty level with just his income? If so, no need to list any assets or try and gather the papers needed for them. His pay stubs, tax transcripts and letter from employer are all he needs. You can leave the asset parts blank.

I think he does....It is three of us in our household (My mom, dad, and myself). I checked the poverty lever for 125% and it says that it is $23,162 plus an additional $4,775 for each person..that adds up to $42, 262 and I think my dad made over $50, 000

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I think he does....It is three of us in our household (My mom, dad, and myself). I checked the poverty lever for 125% and it says that it is $23,162 plus an additional $4,775 for each person..that adds up to $42, 262 and I think my dad made over $50, 000

Are you his dependent? If you are not, then you are not included. He needs to make enough for him, his wife and the intending immigrant. That makes 3 people, or 4 if you are a dependent of his still.

For 3 people he only needs to make $23,162. For 4 people it would be: $27,937. http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864p.pdf

You do not add any additional amounts. The $4,775 is how much to add for each person over a household size of 8.

He won't need to list any assets.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Are you his dependent? If you are not, then you are not included. He needs to make enough for him, his wife and the intending immigrant. That makes 3 people, or 4 if you are a dependent of his still.

For 3 people he only needs to make $23,162. For 4 people it would be: $27,937. http://www.uscis.gov...form/i-864p.pdf

You do not add any additional amounts. The $4,775 is how much to add for each person over a household size of 8.

He won't need to list any assets.

No, I'm not his dependent.

It doesn't matter if in my dad's taxes my mom is included?

Thank you for your responses:)

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