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Do I Need to Submit New I-864 and I-864A Forms during Interview?

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I need your help regarding the Affidavit of Support.

My wife is the principal applicant for F4 preference category. I am derivative beneficiary. Our PD is 1st week of January, 2001. Our interview date is on June, 2012.

Our case was documentarily qualified in NVC on November, 2010. My wife’s elder sister is the petitioner. Petitioner and her husband filled up I-864 and I-864A forms, respectively. At that time, we had no child. So, in the I-864 and I-864A forms only me and my wife names were included.

Now, we have a baby (1 month+ old). So, my question is will I need to submit new I-864 and I-864A forms during the interview since my baby was not included in the previously submitted I-864 and I-864A forms?

I have collected the petitioner and her husband’s tax returns certificate for the years of 2010 and 2011.

Thank you in advance.

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