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If a person isn't working/not making enough money just yet and want to bring their spouse over. Decides to use someone else for affidavit of support ... who exactly would be best to use? And do they have to go through a process also..like interviews and verification. Things of that nature?

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Hi! Looks like we have almost the same question. From what i know. Is that u have to make the poverty level. I dont have the link to it. I recently just gor back from mex. A year and 5 months. Im. thinking of getting my brother to help sponser. But he too been back the same time. Filed our taxes for 2012.. wondering if they would accept this???

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Yes I plan on using my brother as well lol!, I don't make enough because I just started my job but I need/want to get his paper started asap

Hi! Looks like we have almost the same question. From what i know. Is that u have to make the poverty level. I dont have the link to it. I recently just gor back from mex. A year and 5 months. Im. thinking of getting my brother to help sponser. But he too been back the same time. Filed our taxes for 2012.. wondering if they would accept this???

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If a person isn't working/not making enough money just yet and want to bring their spouse over. Decides to use someone else for affidavit of support ... who exactly would be best to use? And do they have to go through a process also..like interviews and verification. Things of that nature?

You fill out your I-864 and your joint sponsor will fill out their own separate I-864. You both provide your most recent IRS tax transcript and proof of your current income in the form of a letter from your employer and/or most recent pay stub(s). The joint sponsor must also provide proof of being a USC or LPR. The joint sponsor will need to make enough income for their household size plus the foreign spouse.


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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Okay, what If I decided to use two household members.. is that possible? (Ex.brother&sister or Father&mother..mix match etc)

You fill out your I-864 and your joint sponsor will fill out their own separate I-864. You both provide your most recent IRS tax transcript and proof of your current income in the form of a letter from your employer and/or most recent pay stub(s). The joint sponsor must also provide proof of being a USC or LPR. The joint sponsor will need to make enough income for their household size plus the foreign spouse.

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Okay, what If I decided to use two household members.. is that possible? (Ex.brother&sister or Father&mother..mix match etc)

Qualifying household members are not the same thing as a joint sponsor. If you have qualifying household members that reside with you, then they would fill out an I-864A and their income would be combined with yours on your I-864(see instructions for both forms). If you wanted to use parents that do not reside with you, then one parent fills out an I-864 and the other fills out an I-864A so their income gets combined together to act as joint sponsorship.


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 a person isn't working/not making enough money just yet and want to bring their spouse over. Decides to use someone else for affidavit of support ... who exactly would be best to use? And do they have to go through a process also..like interviews and verification. Things of that nature?

I-134 is for the K1 visa. I-864 is for the spousal visa and adjustment of status.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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If a person isn't working/not making enough money just yet and want to bring their spouse over. Decides to use someone else for affidavit of support ... who exactly would be best to use? And do they have to go through a process also..like interviews and verification. Things of that nature?

Please complete your timeline

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Sorry there is no timeline to complete just yet.. starting paperwork real soon though just waiting on a couple proofs..and digging up more information

If you haven't filed the petition yet, you have some time to worry about the I-864. It's not required until the NVC stage which can be from 3-10+ months down the road with a 6 month median.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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