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I-864 petitioner low income & cosponsor

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Would it play a role in my approval that my husband doesn't make much money ?

Some facts;

1. He is the petitioner in my AOS through marriage, he is a USC.

2. No recent tax returns as we lived with a family member for the past 3 years, income $0, so he was exempt from paying taxes, so says the IRS website.

3. He has a job right now, and is able to provide a letter from his employer and recent pay stubs.

4. My FIL is my co sponsor and does make more than 125% above poverty level and has assets .

I'm afraid that I'll not get approved due to my husbands very low income.

Is this a possibility? Or would it not matter cause of my co sponsor?

Thanks.

Sorry I'm asking so many questions, just want to do this right.


Met my husband (USC) online in 2008.

Jan 8th 2009 - Came to the USA to meet him (VWP), instantly fell in love.

Jan 29th 2009 - Got married at the courthouse.

April 2011 - Our daughter was born.

July 2011 - Getting paperwork ready to file for AOS

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doesn;t matter, as long as the co-sponsor is ok.


Bye: Penguin

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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I have the same situation, my husband k

just started working when we file my aos start work so no tax resturn for the past 3 yrs we needed a co sponsor, everything went good I now have my greencard, goodluck on ur aos journey

Sorry for the typos my phone is weird


Our AOS Journey

March 4, 2011 Mailed 1-130 and AOS at the Chicago Lockbox thru USPS express mail

March 07, 2011, 9:44 am Delivered at Chicago Lockbox

March 25, 2011 NOA hard copy received

April 1, 2011 got an RFE for sponsors tax returns

April 15, 2011 biometrics appointment

May 12, 2011 rfe sent via usps priority mail

May 16, 2011 rfe recieved at lees summit

May 19, 2011 text/email notification rfe being reviewed

May 20,2011 I-485 touched/updated

May 27, 2011 Email/txt EAD Card Production

June 1, 2011 Email/txt notification for AOS Interview

June 3, 2011 Email notification EAD Card was mailed

June 7, 2011 EAD Card Received

July 6, 2011 AOS Interview *APPROVED*

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Thank you.

He's only making about 12K right now :wacko:

I guess that shouldn't matter too much as long as we have a co sponsor..?


Met my husband (USC) online in 2008.

Jan 8th 2009 - Came to the USA to meet him (VWP), instantly fell in love.

Jan 29th 2009 - Got married at the courthouse.

April 2011 - Our daughter was born.

July 2011 - Getting paperwork ready to file for AOS

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