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Petitioning F2A for wife, can/should I sponsor another relative?

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Hello VJ members, I need a small help from all of you.

I am a permanent resident, petitioning F2A for my wife. I just paid my AOS bill and ready to start collecting my financial documents. I make well over 60k a year so it is quite enough for my case.

However, a cousin has requested me to be a sponsor for his adjustment of status as well. He married a year ago and he and his wife are now ready to file for adjust of status for him. His wife is a US citizen and he is a student. Their combined income is below the poverty guidelines, so they really need my help.

I just want to make sure that it is possible to sponsor both my wife and my cousin with my income. I also want to make sure my wife's case is not delayed in any way because I sponsored by cousin.

Please share your experience or advise.

Thank you!

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