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Hello!Please, help me!

I have a question concerning Financial Documents. Unfortunately, yearly income of my fiancé for 2013 is lower than it is required (19,662 $ for 2 persons). The income was 7 132.00$. We have to take a fiancé's father as a co-sponsor. Their family consists of 3 people: co-sponsor, his wife and the son (my fiancé). Everybody works. Co-sponsor and his wife fill in one W-2 form together. And their common income for 2013 was 45 388.00$. My fiancé has a separate form W-2.

1. Could You tell us, please, for how much persons should the co-sponsor's income be enough in our situation? (For co-sponsor and me? Co-sponsor, my fiancé and me? Co-sponsor, his wife and me? Co-sponsor's wife has a job, her own income. Co-sponsor's income was 25 359.14$. Wife's income 20 954.47$).

2. How should we count the income of co-sponsor? Only amount of money earned by himself or the whole sum of money stated in W-2 form? ( The whole sum of money includes money earned by the wife, because both of them works and they have common W-2 form).

3. What forms should the co-sponsor fill in? Should the wife fill in any form that she agrees that her husband will be a co-sponsor?

4. May we sum up the income of co-sponsor and sponsor? (They are a father and a son and live together). The income of my fiancé is increasing. By the time I appoint the interview the yearly income stated in the last pay-check will be more then 19 662$. It is enough for 2 persons (for me and my fiancé). But W-2 will be only on April, now he has only pay-checks. Can my finance be my sponsor based on paychecks only?

Thank you very much!

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