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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Egypt
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hello my VJ friend i have just qestion

my wife file to me I130 & we have joint sponsor

on I864 part 2 Information on the principal immigrant. mean info about me (applicant) so in mailing Address Street Number

write my address in Egypt or address who i will live in USA .??

Part 4. Information on the Sponsor that mean joint sponsor or my wife ?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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hello my VJ friend i have just qestion

my wife file to me I130 & we have joint sponsor

on I864 part 2 Information on the principal immigrant. mean info about me (applicant) so in mailing Address Street Number

write my address in Egypt or address who i will live in USA .??

Part 4. Information on the Sponsor that mean joint sponsor or my wife ?

You are the principal immigrant. Your current address should be listed.

Both your wife and joint sponsor need to fill out separate I-864's. Each will list their own information on their own I-864. The only thing in common between them will be the section on the principal immigrant, which is you.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
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You are the principal immigrant. Your current address should be listed.

Both your wife and joint sponsor need to fill out separate I-864's. Each will list their own information on their own I-864. The only thing in common between them will be the section on the principal immigrant, which is you.

Is it correct??? I am the beneficiary and my wife and joint sponsor filled out 2 I864 forms with principle immigrant as me.


 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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hi

yes, they are both sponsoring you

your wife as the petitioner has to file an i864 and the joint sponsor is sponsoring you

your wife files the i864 as sponsor, the other person files another i864 as joint sponsor

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