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A few weeks ago I had my VISA interview. During the interview, the consular officer informed me that my sponsor, (my wife), did not make enough money. However, the officer only looked at ONE of the W2 tax forms. There were 3 of them, totaling around $6000 MORE than the minimum, along with an overall tax form (1040A). I tried to explain to the officer that my wife earned a lot more than what was on that ONE W2. He informed me that I would now need a joint sponsor, (which my wife CANNOT find). Needless to say, we are DEVASTATED! I have no idea what to do. Can I re-submit the original I-864 and hope the officer reviewing it will clearly see she earns enough? I sent an email to the consulate requesting a review of the tax forms about 2 weeks ago, but have not heard anything back, except for a quick reply stating that they would forward my email to a consulate officer for review. If anyone has any advice as to what my wife and I should do, it would be greatly appreciated!


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