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look at this - http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864p.pdf poverty guidelines for sponsoring. The immigrant is included in the house hold number.


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Thankx..a friend gave me this but dont understand...maybe u help me pls...am retaird and i recive 2 pay every month 1 they are $1328.00 and 685.00.....pls do i need a co sponsor?

look at this - http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864p.pdf poverty guidelines for sponsoring. The immigrant is included in the house hold number.

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Depends on the size of your family--if just you and your spouse, and the payments are from annuities, social security, pensions, and so forth, you will not likely need another sponsor.

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Yes i have no children,is only me and my spouse ,and the payment are from RETIRMENT AND SSI....

Depends on the size of your family--if just you and your spouse, and the payments are from annuities, social security, pensions, and so forth, you will not likely need another sponsor.

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SSI isn't paid by the Social Security Administration, so I don't know the answer--I'm sure pushbrk or someone equally knowing will come along to answer that part of the question.

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Thankx..a friend gave me this but dont understand...maybe u help me pls...am retaird and i recive 2 pay every month 1 they are $1328.00 and 685.00.....pls do i need a co sponsor?

To make an annual income determination, add the two numbers together and multiply that result by 12; the answer will be your annual income.

Because this is retirement income, there are probably nuances and other little deals that I'm not familiar with so I can't say one way or the other if you need a joint sponsor or not.


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Yes i have no children,is only me and my spouse ,and the payment are from RETIREMENT AND SSI....

Hi.

I have read that SSI can't be used when figuring income (please someone correct me if I am wrong). I beleive your spouse has posted the same question a couple of times already and been told the same answer.


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Hi.

I have read that SSI can't be used when figuring income (please someone correct me if I am wrong). I beleive your spouse has posted the same question a couple of times already and been told the same answer.

The issue with SSI is not whether you can state it and count it on an affidavit of support. It's income, so you can. The issue is how a Consular Officer will consider it, in terms of evaluating whether the immigrant is likely to become a public charge. There is no hard and fast answer for this. I would expect the consideration to be different for a retired person than a young person.


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Pls am new on here..how much do u need to have in a year to cover the co sponsor?

Look at the I854, 125% of the minimum. All income applies.


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Look at the I854, 125% of the minimum. All income applies.

It's the I-864p that shows the dollar amounts.


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