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Need help with my application please!

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Ok, so I am finally beginning the process of getting my husband immigrated from Canada to the US. We got married this summer, and now that I've returned home it's finally time to get the paperwork done. Now, I was told here a while back that since I am a unemployed college student my Step-father can co-sponsor my spouse for immigration. Is this still true? If so, what extra paperwork do I need to include in my packet being sent to the government office? Any and all help is greatly appreciated, thanks!

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Yes, you can add a relative as a joint sponsor. Have a read through the NVC process wiki by VJ member Saylin (link is below). You won't need to complete an I-864 (affidavit of support) until your case reaches there.


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