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my grand is 90 years old i am going to fill out an affidavit of support for him its only source of income is from social security i will his co sponsor i want to know if i can write 0 as his current income from questions 23 to 29

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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I am not sure I understand... who is petitioning for whom? Is your grandfather petitioning for a family member, and you will be the co-sponsor, but you are filing in his I-864 as well as he is so old? What does his taxes say? Usually social security counts as income but it depends on the source.


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Filed: Country: Haiti
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i am going to be my grand father so sponsor cause he is been retired for more than 19 years now his only source of income is from social security i want to know in his I 864 do i need to write how much i got from social security every year or just stated he is retired and put 0 on every line.

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Filed: Country: Vietnam (no flag)
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i am going to be my grand father so sponsor cause he is been retired for more than 19 years now his only source of income is from social security i want to know in his I 864 do i need to write how much i got from social security every year or just stated he is retired and put 0 on every line.

His income is not 0. He has Social Security income. Write down those numbers.

Even though his Social Security is income, it is income tax exempt to people who do not have any other income like your grandfather.

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