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So in a bizarre twist of common sense I've been given my interview date despite there being a problem with my i-864a. I've been told I have to bring a new one with me to the interview and want to make sure it's right!

My questions is, Who is "the sponsor" when talking about the i-864a....

  • My Spouse and petitioner is obviously the main sponsor but is currently unemployed so...
  • Her Father is the joint sponsor and easily makes enough money but...
  • Her Mother is also included on his tax returns and hence her need for an i-864a

So, is the sponsor on the i-864a My Spouse? or is it Her Father as the tax returns and earning quoted on the i-864a are his?

I know it's probably a silly question but I've got round in circles in my head with it now and I'm just confusing myself.

Thanks all

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The sponsor listed in part 2 question 13 is the person who is filling out the I-864 to which the I-864A will be used. Her parents are filling out the I-864 as joint sponsors, her father is filling out the I-864 and her mother is filling out the I-864A. In this case on the I-864A form, her mother is considered the HOUSEHOLD MEMBER and her father is considered the SPONSOR.

To help clarify, its easy to understand if you read the sponsor's promise in part 2 which says in part: I, the sponsor, in consideration of the household member's promise to support....agree to complete and file an affidavit of support.

This section basically means that the sponsor agrees to file an affidavit of support to which the I-864A can be used. As such, the SPONSOR is the person filling out the I-864, and the HOUSEHOLD MEMBER is the person filling out the I-864A. I hope that helps your confusion.

PS...I do not see your example I-864A.


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If your joint sponsor i mean your father in law filing taxes jointly with his spouse(your mother in law), You must submit or bring your Joint Sponsor's Spouse (your mother in law) I864A ORIGINAL to NVC or INTERVIEW.

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So in a bizarre twist of common sense I've been given my interview date despite there being a problem with my i-864a. I've been told I have to bring a new one with me to the interview and want to make sure it's right!

My questions is, Who is "the sponsor" when talking about the i-864a....

  • My Spouse and petitioner is obviously the main sponsor but is currently unemployed so...
  • Her Father is the joint sponsor and easily makes enough money but...
  • Her Mother is also included on his tax returns and hence her need for an i-864a

So, is the sponsor on the i-864a My Spouse? or is it Her Father as the tax returns and earning quoted on the i-864a are his?

I know it's probably a silly question but I've got round in circles in my head with it now and I'm just confusing myself.

Thanks all

Spouse = I-864

Her father is joint sponsor

her mother (father's wife) is the father's household member

Father = I-864

Mother = I864a


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