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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Ghana
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we were asked to bring another joint sponsor at accra at my first interview but my new sponsor with his dependents and mine all makes 11 in all and he also makes 80K which is enough but added his wifey income to make 110k . does it mean tht even though he is above the poverty line but still added his wifeys income , she also has to fill any forms, or they would overlook tht once he still makes above the poverty level an dwhat are ure chances when u go for the second interview with what they want at accra ? do u meet the same officer and would u be interviewed again ?

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we were asked to bring another joint sponsor at accra at my first interview but my new sponsor with his dependents and mine all makes 11 in all and he also makes 80K which is enough but added his wifey income to make 110k . does it mean tht even though he is above the poverty line but still added his wifeys income , she also has to fill any forms, or they would overlook tht once he still makes above the poverty level an dwhat are ure chances when u go for the second interview with what they want at accra ? do u meet the same officer and would u be interviewed again ?

If he makes above the poverty line then he does not need to include his wifes income, if the wifes income is going to be used to suppliment his own then she will need to file an I-864A. Why not get his wife to fill out an I-864A just in case they request it....

I hope this is of some help.. if not im sure another member will be along shortly, maybe they can confirm what I have said or shed more light on this subject.

As for "when u go for the second interview with what they want at accra ? do u meet the same officer and would u be interviewed again ?" I dont see how anybody can possibly answer this question, they may however be able to share their own experience with you..

Good luck on the rest of your journey..

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