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Hi i am just newbie here, we are on our 4th month of waiting for our noa2...my concern is my fiance and his mom are living same apartment but his mom is not his declared dependent..My question is in counting my fiance's household size, is his mom will be counted or not...so would be my fiance his mom and me...Thanks for those who will reply...God Bless Us all


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Good Question. I'm going to assume Yes. She will be added thus, increasing the income requirements so that a public charge issue won't arrise. My thinking is:

Whether or not listed as a Dependant on the 129-F if in fact a problem arrises and the need for assistance from a Goverment Agency the household could claim 3.

I believe the Household will be counted as 3 and not 2. The mother could be self sufficient but I still think must be claimed as a household member.


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Are they financially dependant on one another or just living in the same apartment?


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Good Question. I'm going to assume Yes. She will be added thus, increasing the income requirements so that a public charge issue won't arrise. My thinking is:

Whether or not listed as a Dependant on the 129-F if in fact a problem arrises and the need for assistance from a Goverment Agency the household could claim 3.

I believe the Household will be counted as 3 and not 2. The mother could be self sufficient but I still think must be claimed as a household member.

You assumed wrong. It would be better to read the I-864 instructions on counting household size rather than assuming and giving misinformation.

OP> If your fiance is not claimed as a dependent on his mother's taxes, and his mother is not claimed on his taxes, then she is not part of his household count, even if they live in the same house. People can reside at the same address and be financially independent from each other.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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You assumed wrong. It would be better to read the I-864 instructions on counting household size rather than assuming and giving misinformation.

OP> If your fiance is not claimed as a dependent on his mother's taxes, and his mother is not claimed on his taxes, then she is not part of his household count, even if they live in the same house. People can reside at the same address and be financially independent from each other.

Thank you so much, You give me hope, fiance's income is really enough for 2 household member. Yes they are not, my fiance has no dependent the same as his mom. So his household size should be me and him then.....


Met online: April 2008

We officially declared/ professed our love: Nov. 2010

We finally met in person: June 29, 2011

Our K1 Journey:

I-129F Sent: Jan. 21, 2012

NOA1 email received: Jan. 24, 2012

NOA1 hardcopy received : Jan. 26, 2012

NOA2 email received: June 12, 2012

NOA2 hardcopy received : June 13, 2012

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Are they financially dependant on one another or just living in the same apartment?

Thanks for the reply, much appreciated..They are not dependent to each other, my fiance pay the half of the apartment rental, then his mom pay also the other half.


Met online: April 2008

We officially declared/ professed our love: Nov. 2010

We finally met in person: June 29, 2011

Our K1 Journey:

I-129F Sent: Jan. 21, 2012

NOA1 email received: Jan. 24, 2012

NOA1 hardcopy received : Jan. 26, 2012

NOA2 email received: June 12, 2012

NOA2 hardcopy received : June 13, 2012

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Thank you so much, You give me hope, fiance's income is really enough for 2 household member. Yes they are not, my fiance has no dependent the same as his mom. So his household size should be me and him then.....

You are welcome. :) Yes, in that case his household size is just 2, himself plus you.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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