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On Part 3 'Information on the immigrant(s) You are sponsoring

on question 1, I am sponsoring the Principle immigrant named in Part 2

Do I say "Yes" even though I have my brother co-sponsoring with me? Or do I say "no". Im confused with the "No" option where it says, only applicable in cases with "Two" joint sponsors. On The "two Joint sponsors", am I included in that "Two", or do they mean if I get two other people to help sponsor my wife?

I am sorry if I sound confusing, I just don't want to make a mistake which will lead to an RFE.

To clear things up a bit, my brother who lives with me, will help sponsor my wife, and he'll be filing the i-864a

I just want to know if I should say "yes" on question 1, or "no" since my brother is co-sponsoring

Thanks, and sorry for the confusion, or stupidity of the question.

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On Part 3 'Information on the immigrant(s) You are sponsoring

on question 1, I am sponsoring the Principle immigrant named in Part 2

Do I say "Yes" even though I have my brother co-sponsoring with me? Or do I say "no". Im confused with the "No" option where it says, only applicable in cases with "Two" joint sponsors. On The "two Joint sponsors", am I included in that "Two", or do they mean if I get two other people to help sponsor my wife?

I am sorry if I sound confusing, I just don't want to make a mistake which will lead to an RFE.

To clear things up a bit, my brother who lives with me, will help sponsor my wife, and he'll be filing the i-864a

I just want to know if I should say "yes" on question 1, or "no" since my brother is co-sponsoring

Thanks, and sorry for the confusion, or stupidity of the question.

It's Yes. The petitioner regardless if you use a co-sponsor or not you are always the sponsor of the immigrant. (Not a stupid question) :goofy:


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Yes, you are the sponsor, your brother can only be a joint sponsor, because he is not an immediate relative of your wife. Also, it's my understanding that you just have one joint sponsor, if it's you and your brother. So you are the primary sponsor, and he is the joint sponsor. If you needed another person, you could have 2 joint sponsors in addition to yourself.

I hope that helps.

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I know this question has been asked before, and I've seen different answers to this question

I'm currently filling up my i-864, and I read that you should not leave anything blank. Either put "None" or "N/a" for every space you leave blank. I feel the document would look very unprofessional if I have "n/a" filled up for every space not used. This question goes out to the recent petitioners that have passed the i-864 stage, what did you guys do? Leave them blank or did you put "none" or "n/a". For those that left it blank, did you receive an RFE? I feel like I should just send a copy as well of the instructions stating leave blank ( highlighted ) so I could explain myself why i left it that way. What you think?

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I left them blank, and I received a checklist for another error. They didn't seem to have a problem with them being blank. As I recall, there may be an exception when it comes to the mailing address, it was generally recommended on the fora to put it in or put n/a if it was the same as the residence address. I filled it in again, even though it was the same, and had no issue with that either. apparently some people had left it blank when it was the same, and got checklists. That might have been predominately on the I-864-a.

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