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Question About I-864EZ and Joint Sponsor

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: England
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I'm no where near actually sending this all in but I'm trying to get it all prepared to speed up the process as much as possible.

When it comes to the AOS I will need a joint sponsor but it looks like I qualify to use the I-864EZ. What do I use for the joint sponsor or does using a joint sponsor mean that I DON'T qualify to us the I-864EZ?

Thanks in advance for your help!


USCIS:

04/25/2011~ I-130 sent

04/27/2011~ NOA1 received!

07/21/2011~ NOA2 email and text! 85 days!

07/25/2011~ NOA2 hard copy received!

NVC:

08/01/2011~ NVC received petition

08/29/2011~ Received case number and IIN

09/02/2011~ I-864 AOS bill received and paid

09/02/2011~ DS3032 sent by email

09/05/2011~ DS3032 accepted

09/07/2011~ I-864 status PAID

09/07/2011~ I-864 package sent overnight

09/07/2011~ IV bill recieved and paid

09/09/2011~ IV status PAID

09/09/2011~ IV package sent overnight

09/15/2011~ Received I-864 RFE

09/16/2011~ Sent RFE response overnight

09/16/2011~ Medical

09/21/2011~ NVC received RFE response

09/27/2011~ CASE COMPLETE!

11/25/2011~ Interview in London

12/**/2011~ POE

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I'm no where near actually sending this all in but I'm trying to get it all prepared to speed up the process as much as possible.

When it comes to the AOS I will need a joint sponsor but it looks like I qualify to use the I-864EZ. What do I use for the joint sponsor or does using a joint sponsor mean that I DON'T qualify to us the I-864EZ?

Thanks in advance for your help!

From http://travel.state..../info_3201.html :

"Verify that you are claiming only your own employment to meet the affidavit of support requirements."

So, because you need a sponsor, you don't qualify for the I-864EZ. You're going to have to file an I-864 instead.

Edited by Saylin

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: England
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From http://travel.state..../info_3201.html :

"Verify that you are claiming only your own employment to meet the affidavit of support requirements."

So, because you need a sponsor, you don't qualify for the I-864EZ. You're going to have to file an I-864 instead.

Yep just to add another reply, you cant file teh I-864EZ :( We were able to, as needed no joint sponsor, if you have a joint you will need I-864 and additional of I-864a if its household member :)


Total time from posting I-130 to VISA in hand 7 months 21 days :D

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