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Filed: IR-5 Country: Philippines
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So still waiting for case number from the Nvc , decided to get ahead and start filling out my I 864 form. My situation is this, I'm filling to petition my mother from the Philippines. I'm unemployed but my husband is in the military and is going to be the sponsor.

My question is do we need to fill out two forms? One for me indicating I'm the petitioner and unemployed and one for my husband? Or is there a different form that he needs to fill out? The form is so confusing... thanks in advance :)

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So still waiting for case number from the Nvc , decided to get ahead and start filling out my I 864 form. My situation is this, I'm filling to petition my mother from the Philippines. I'm unemployed but my husband is in the military and is going to be the sponsor.

My question is do we need to fill out two forms? One for me indicating I'm the petitioner and unemployed and one for my husband? Or is there a different form that he needs to fill out? The form is so confusing... thanks in advance :)

Renzo, being the petitioner for your mother therefore you will fill out an AOS form as the main sponsor even if you do not have a job. However, you will need a joint sponsor and this is when your husband comes into play and as such he will need to fill out his own AOS as a single joint sponsor.

So bottom line, both you and your husband will need to fill out separate AOS forms. I will eventually advise you to carefully review your AOS forms before you send them to NVC when you get your case number.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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hi

yes, you file out the i864 because the petitioner is always the primary sponsor, even if you make $0 in income, your husband will fill out the i864A as your household member

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