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I'm slightly confused by this, (which is an easy feat, I promise you) I am currently living with my parents (rent free, Bill free while I save up money)However, once my wife arrives here, It will be just me and her. The confusion lies here, Do I declare that my household is size 2 or size 4?

Maybe I'm not using my brain, and the obvious choice is 2, because we intend to be living in our house, with just the two of us. Argh, help.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Your house hold size is 2 you and your wife.


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Filed: Country: Poland
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I'm slightly confused by this, (which is an easy feat, I promise you) I am currently living with my parents (rent free, Bill free while I save up money)However, once my wife arrives here, It will be just me and her. The confusion lies here, Do I declare that my household is size 2 or size 4?

Maybe I'm not using my brain, and the obvious choice is 2, because we intend to be living in our house, with just the two of us. Argh, help.

If you make enough to support 2, that's what needs to be reported.

If you use your parents as a cosponsor, they will have to show 4.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Even if you were still living with your parents when she gets here your household count would be 2.. It's not about who lives under the roof, it's whether you have children under the age of majority, people you claim on your tax returns, other people you sponsored with an I-864... it's explained in the I-864 instructions.

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