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According to the I-864 instructions:


"Part 3. Information on Immigrant(s) You Are Sponsoring.

2. Family Members.

The immigrant you are sponsoring may be bringing a spouse and/or children to the United States. If the spouse and/or
children will be traveling with the immigrant, or within 6 months of the immigrant's entry to the United States and you
are sponsoring them, you should list the names and other requested information on the lines provided. If any
dependents are not immigrating, will be immigrating more than 6 months after the sponsored alien arrives in the
United States, or you are not sponsoring them, do not list their names here. A separate Form I-864 will be required for
them when they apply for their immigrant visas."

So I'd say both on the same form.

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