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Affidavit of Support question, any advice is appreciated

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Hi guys, we got our NOA 2 and now i m collecting documents for the interview (since i like to do everything in advance and check every single paper). My fiance is getting out of the military soon and will look for jobs. However, i might have my interview during this transition. He has his W2 form from the last year and is over poverty requirement. However. i wanna play safe. I have my cousin who lives in the US and the USC. He works as an accountant at the big 4 and has no dependents (his salary is over poverty line) . He has happily agreed to become our co-sponsor. However, i am little bit worried if they might be suspicious or ask too many questions during the interview. Also, can my relative ( from my beneficiary side) be a co-sponsor? Also, please share your (the ones who are beneficiaries) experience providing Affidavit of support (co sponsoring) papers from your relatives.

Thank you very much for your responses and kind help!

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Hi :)

I think if your co-sponsor is a UScitizen & over the poverty line that's all that matters.

They will ask you the relationship you have (family, friends, ..).

They do ask a lot of personal financial things in the I-134, make sure your co-sponsor is ready to show all his finances like that.

Good luck !


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09/14/2017 : Package Sent (CSC)

09/15/2017 : Package Received (CSC)

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--/--/---- : Interview

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--/--/---- : Biometrics

--/--/---- : Interview

--/--/---- : Decision

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