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I-134 with co-sponsor?

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Hello everyone!

I am new here, I am from Spain and I am in the K1 process. My fiance is doing the Affidavit of Support form I-134 but he is not making the money that shows the HHS Poverty Gidelines.

Could he has a co-sponsor? I have read in an old post that only one person can be sponsor with the form I-134 but I am not sure about that. Could his father be my sponsor instead of him? or his co-sponsor?

What will they need to show (papers)?

Please help me, I am very worried about this.

Thank you

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jamaica
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Hello everyone!

I am new here, I am from Spain and I am in the K1 process. My fiance is doing the Affidavit of Support form I-134 but he is not making the money that shows the HHS Poverty Gidelines.

Could he has a co-sponsor? I have read in an old post that only one person can be sponsor with the form I-134 but I am not sure about that. Could his father be my sponsor instead of him? or his co-sponsor?

What will they need to show (papers)?

Please help me, I am very worried about this.

Thank you

Yes, he can have a co-sponsor and he'll need the last 3 years of tax returns of the person filing the affidavit of support.


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Filed: Country: Mexico
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Hello everyone!

I am new here, I am from Spain and I am in the K1 process. My fiance is doing the Affidavit of Support form I-134 but he is not making the money that shows the HHS Poverty Gidelines.

Could he has a co-sponsor? I have read in an old post that only one person can be sponsor with the form I-134 but I am not sure about that. Could his father be my sponsor instead of him? or his co-sponsor?

What will they need to show (papers)?

Please help me, I am very worried about this.

Thank you

He needs to fill out his own I-134 and provide the most recent year's tax transcript or a complete copy of his return including the 1040, any schedules and attachments, and W-2s and/or 1099s. He can get the tax transcript free from the IRS and that would be all he needs, no forms or W-2s when using the IRS transcript. He will also need a letter from his employer stating position and salary and a few months worth of his most recent pay stubs.

Yes, there can be only one co-sponsor. His father will need to fill out his own I-134 and provide all the same documentation as your fiance plus proof of being a USC or LPR. That can be done using a copy of birth certificate, naturalization, copy of bio page from US passport, or front and back copy of green card.

The co-sponsor needs to meet the 125% poverty level for their own household size plus you. http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864p.pdf


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