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Joint Sponsor I-864

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Hi all!

Besides reading the long packets on how a joint support complete an I-864. Can someone please help? So, I'm a U.S. Citizen that married my immigrant husband (in Grenada). We had an interview last year 2011, but due to lack of proof on our end we were turned around with an 221(g) form. I replied to the intent to revoke with a 51 pound package that included phone bills, pictures, cards, letters of support etc...they re-affirm the I-130 and has now sent it to the Embassy in Bridgetown, Barbados. I received a call today from Barbados that they have received the file but need a joint sponsor for the affidavit of support, (also an updated police certificate, passport, & passport photo). His brother who lives here agreed to help, but I honestly need some advice or past experience on this process.....any advice of what to do and what not to do...i feel this is the final straw and no room for error. :help::bonk:

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