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Good Afternoon Everyone,

Since I have started to fill out my AOS Papers, I have come across a question in regards to I-864 form. I am currently a full-time college student and only work 12 hours a week helping my Great Aunt and Grandmother.

My husband and I are living with my parents in a single family house. Since I only make like $8,000 a year my parents have decided to support my husband financially so that we can get him his GC. My Question is since we all live together and my parents of course share financial responsibility what is the correct forms to fill out.

I am aware I have to fill out the form since I am the petitioner but which forms do they fill out and are we able to use both my Mom's and Dad's income? Also they are both retired at this point, does that create a issue for us?

Thank You For Any Assistance ;)

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If they themselves make more then the necessary amount for the affidavit then have them fill out an 1-864. If you need to add your income to reach the amount then you will do I-864 and they will do I-864a.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Australia
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If they themselves make more then the necessary amount for the affidavit then have them fill out an 1-864. If you need to add your income to reach the amount then you will do I-864 and they will do I-864a.

Thank You!

Just to make sure I understand this correctly, Only they have to fill out the i-864. And because they live together they can include both of their incomes? Sorry for the extra questions. I just want to make sure everything is filled out correctly so the AOS goes smoothly since hubby is currently out of status since he has overstayed his vwp. Albeit it only by 30 days....

Once again thank you for the information. :)

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Thank You!

Just to make sure I understand this correctly, Only they have to fill out the i-864. And because they live together they can include both of their incomes? Sorry for the extra questions. I just want to make sure everything is filled out correctly so the AOS goes smoothly since hubby is currently out of status since he has overstayed his vwp. Albeit it only by 30 days....

Once again thank you for the information. :)

You need to explain a bit more.

If your $8,000 income is needed to make sure THEIR income is over the limit then they need to complete an I-864A (both of them complete one each) to go with YOUR I-864.

If their income together (excluding yours) is enough to be over the limit then YOU complete an I-864, and one of them completes and I-864, and the other parent signs an I-864A to combine their incomes together.

If only ONE parents income is enough (excluding yours) to make it over the limit, then YOU complete an I-864, and the one who's income is enough completes an I-864, the other parent doesn't do anything.

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