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I have a question about USCIS Form I-864, in particular part 21 of the form.

It asks to tally up the total number of household members, It asked you to included the total number of persons being sponsored, and then it also asked you to place 1 in the box below, if you are married, however, if the person you are sponsoring is your wife for AOS, placing a 1 in the box will put you at 3 total, instead of the 2.

How would we answer this question?

Thanks.


1-26-2011 - I-129F recieved at USCIS, Lewisville, TX signed for by J. Cates

01-27-2011 - NOA 1 Recieved

06-09-2011 - NOA 2 Recieved

07-11-2011 - Medical Screening - Passed

07-22-2011 - Interview for K1 Visa - US Embassy Manila - APPROVED!

08-18-2011 - POE - Los Angeles, California USA

11-12-2011 - Wedding!

12-22-2011 - Filed for AOS

04-12-2012 - Biometrics Complete

06-20-2012 - Interview @ ATL Field Office (Approved!)

06-27-2012 - Received Green Card

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I also have a question about form I-864.

Part 6, Question 24, d and e... I am not sure how to answer these. I have already answered a and c. I believe I don't need to answer b because I earn more than 125% of the Federal Poverty guideline for a household size of 2. I literally have no earthly idea how I need to answer these questions.

By the way, thanks VisaSoldier, for your answer above. That already alleviated my first headache with this form.


06/20/2002 - Introduced through her Aunt
07/05/2002 - Correspondence begins and continues for years; friendship and feelings slowly but surely grow stronger.
05/12/2009 - Met in Philippines! Stayed for two weeks and had a great time. Can't wait to go back!
10/11/2009 - She said YES! (became engaged)

USCIS
10/29/2010 - Mailed I-129F
11/08/2010 - Check cashed
11/11/2010 - Received NOA1 dated 11/05/2010 (My case landed in Vermont - #######!)
11/15/2010 - Touched
04/05/2011 - It's been 5 months and not a peep from USCIS/VSC :-(
04/19/2011 - Touched/Text Message and Email this AM (APPROVED!)
04/22/2011 - Hard copy NOA2 received (166 days)

US Embassy
(All dates are Philippines dates)
05/20/2011 - Birth Certificate error cleared up
06/03/2011 - Fiancee waiting for her Passport
06/03/2011 - Not a peep from the Embassy (Manila)
07/21/2011 - Passport obtained
07/22/2011 - Interview scheduled 8/4
08/01/2011 - Fiancee and family on first flight EVER, to Manila
08/02/2011 - Medical
08/03/2011 - Medical (Passed, no concerns)
08/04/2011 - Interview! Passed! (they think)
08/24/2011 - Received Embassy email indicating fiance's visa has been issued!
08/31/2011 - 09/13/2011 Philippines Vacation!
09/14/2011 - Arrived together in Dallas, TX!

11/11/2011 - Married!

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I also have a question about form I-864.

Part 6, Question 24, d and e... I am not sure how to answer these. I have already answered a and c. I believe I don't need to answer b because I earn more than 125% of the Federal Poverty guideline for a household size of 2. I literally have no earthly idea how I need to answer these questions.

By the way, thanks VisaSoldier, for your answer above. That already alleviated my first headache with this form.

If you do not list anyone on b, then d and e do not apply to you. Here is the example form: http://www.visajourney.com/examples/INS-Form-I-864.pdf


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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I also have a question about form I-864.

Part 6, Question 24, d and e... I am not sure how to answer these. I have already answered a and c. I believe I don't need to answer b because I earn more than 125% of the Federal Poverty guideline for a household size of 2. I literally have no earthly idea how I need to answer these questions.

By the way, thanks VisaSoldier, for your answer above. That already alleviated my first headache with this form.

To follow-up on the other answer as to your question as to when you would include someone on b.

For example, if you had a roommate or a member of your family(sibling, parent, child over 18) living with you in the same house (i.e. the same household) you would include them both in the household size (Part 5) and then could include their income in Question 24.

Though I agree with Jay-Kay, in your situation, this does not appear to apply.

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