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PART 2: Information on the principal immigrant - #3 Mailing Address

My beneficiary wife's address contains a lot more than just a number and street name. Should I type in "Please see continuation sheet" on that box space. And at the same time, leaving the other boxes below (City, State/Province, Zip/Postal Code, Country) blank?

PART 6: #24 b) My current annual household income

I was only intending to use my sister as my joint sponsor. On her I-864 form, does my joint sponsor need to include her husband's income information on these blanks in item #24 b?


2003 - met online

12-09-2010 - met for the first time

12-11-2010 - engaged

06-07-2011 - married

09-27-2011 - I-130 sent

09-29-2011 - NOA1

04-04-2012 - I-130 approved

05-14-2012 - NVC Case number received

06-26-2012 - Case completed

08-02-2012 - VISA APPROVED :)

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PART 2: Information on the principal immigrant - #3 Mailing Address

My beneficiary wife's address contains a lot more than just a number and street name. Should I type in "Please see continuation sheet" on that box space. And at the same time, leaving the other boxes below (City, State/Province, Zip/Postal Code, Country) blank?

PART 6: #24 b) My current annual household income

I was only intending to use my sister as my joint sponsor. On her I-864 form, does my joint sponsor need to include her husband's income information on these blanks in item #24 b?

If it will not fit at all, even if you try to hand-write it in neatly, then you can put 'SEE ATTACHMENT SHEET' and then at the top of your attachment sheet put 'Form I-864 - Part 2: Information on the principal immigrant. Question #3- Mailing Address'

If your sister's husband will not be filling out an I-864A to combine his income with your sister's, then no, do not list him there or enter his income. List your sister's individual current income on #23 and 24. Put NONE for #24 b., as the example form shows: http://www.visajourney.com/examples/INS-Form-I-864.pdf

Edited by Jay-Kay

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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If it will not fit at all, even if you try to hand-write it in neatly, then you can put 'SEE ATTACHMENT SHEET' and then at the top of your attachment sheet put 'Form I-864 - Part 2: Information on the principal immigrant. Question #3- Mailing Address'

First of all, thank you again Jay-Kay :)

What about the remaining boxes for (City, State/Province, Zip/Postal Code, Country)? Should I then leave those blank if I will do a continuation sheet?


2003 - met online

12-09-2010 - met for the first time

12-11-2010 - engaged

06-07-2011 - married

09-27-2011 - I-130 sent

09-29-2011 - NOA1

04-04-2012 - I-130 approved

05-14-2012 - NVC Case number received

06-26-2012 - Case completed

08-02-2012 - VISA APPROVED :)

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First of all, thank you again Jay-Kay :)

What about the remaining boxes for (City, State/Province, Zip/Postal Code, Country)? Should I then leave those blank if I will do a continuation sheet?

You are welcome :)

I would personally leave them blank if I was going to use an attachment sheet, but if you want to be on the super safe side, you could put SEE ATTACHMENT SHEET in the first line for street address, then put SEE ATTACHMENT SHEET again so it stretches out through all the boxes for city, state, zip and country too.


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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