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SvetlanaR

I864 husband's new job/joint sponsor?!

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My wife is AOS from B1/B2 visa and I am her petitioner (husband). While we filed our AOS package a few months ago, I held a job that would not meet the 125% poverty guideline for the two of us. Therefore, we got a joint sponsor. Since we sent out the package, I have gotten a new job which makes a better money. SInce our interview is coming up shortly within a few weeks, we were wondering if the need for our joint sponsor is still needed since my new job salary meets the poverty guideline needed for the I864. But since we filled out everything included with our joint sponsor's information....how should we go about this? Leave it as is....or fill out a new I864 that shows my new salary? Since all of my taxes including the ones from 2011 are listing my "old" job salary, how would we prove (besides pay stubs/emloyer letter) that we have the sufficient funds for the current poverty line? Would the IO and USCIS even recognize it since its now later in the process?

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