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hello everyone.. can i ask something and pls enlighten me. I've been married for 4 years to my american hubby. He was unemployed for the past 4 years and just got a job last August 2012 and he is staying in his brother now. HIs brother is an accountant, single and willing to be a co-sponsor. We haven't started our papers yet but will submit it this month the form i-130. Are we eligible to start out papers now? or do you we need to start it later because my hubby just got the job. we just want to be together again and also once i get there, i will look for a job. I am licensed nurse in my country and processing now to take the US board exam for nurses. Please enlighten me. Thank you.

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Yes, the brother can co-sponsor. You can start the process now, the brother's I-864 and supporting docs won't be needed until NVC stage, some 5+ months down the line, but if hubby kee[ps his jbo and is over the poverty line, he won;t be needed.


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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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hello. can i ask something and pls enlighten me. I've been married for 4 years to my american hubby. He was unemployed for the past 4 years and just got a job last August 2012 and he just recently moved to his brother's house. His brother is willing to be a co-sponsor. We haven't started our papers yet but will submit it this month the form i-130. Are we eligible to start out papers now? or do you we need to start it later because my hubby just got the job. we just want to be together again and also once i get there, i will look for a job. I am licensed nurse in my country and processing now to take the US board exam for nurses. Please enlighten me. Thank you.

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hello. can i ask something and pls enlighten me. I've been married for 4 years to my american hubby. He was unemployed for the past 4 years and just got a job last August 2012 and he just recently moved to his brother's house. His brother is willing to be a co-sponsor. We haven't started our papers yet but will submit it this month the form i-130. Are we eligible to start out papers now? or do you we need to start it later because my hubby just got the job. we just want to be together again and also once i get there, i will look for a job. I am licensed nurse in my country and processing now to take the US board exam for nurses. Please enlighten me. Thank you.

Other than paying the filing fee, there are no financial requirements for filing the I-130 petition. Go ahead and file when ready. In the future, please start your own topic instead of hijacking another.


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Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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*** split from old topic by a different member- please post your own questions in your own topic ****

Yes, the brother can co-sponsor. You can start the process now, the brother's I-864 and supporting docs won't be needed until NVC stage, some 5+ months down the line, but if hubby kee[ps his jbo and is over the poverty line, he won;t be needed.

Thank you so much 'Penguin_ie. Sorry for posting in other's topic. Now I know. I won't do it again.

Other than paying the filing fee, there are no financial requirements for filing the I-130 petition. Go ahead and file when ready. In the future, please start your own topic instead of hijacking another.

Thank you pushbrk. Yes, sorry for what I did.

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