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.. got a quick question when i send him the affadavit support for my husband wats the mininuim amount of money that i need to show in my bank accounts in order to apply for him... since im a full time student in college can it still work?... my father wanted to sign as a joint spouse but hes self-employed how would that work?.. :help:

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.. got a quick question when i send him the affadavit support for my husband wats the mininuim amount of money that i need to show in my bank accounts in order to apply for him... since im a full time student in college can it still work?... my father wanted to sign as a joint spouse but hes self-employed how would that work?.. :help:

Yes, your father needs to file form I-134 when the time comes. You don't necessary have to work if you have a sponser. However, it would be very helpful if you held a job. If you don't currently have a job, then you should probably get one. Read information regarding the 125% Federal Poverty Guidelines. It tells you if you or your father will be qualified as a sponser or not.


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.. got a quick question when i send him the affadavit support for my husband wats the mininuim amount of money that i need to show in my bank accounts in order to apply for him... since im a full time student in college can it still work?... my father wanted to sign as a joint spouse but hes self-employed how would that work?.. :help:

Yes, your father needs to file form I-134 when the time comes. You don't necessary have to work if you have a sponser. However, it would be very helpful if you held a job. If you don't currently have a job, then you should probably get one. Read information regarding the 125% Federal Poverty Guidelines. It tells you if you or your father will be qualified as a sponser or not.

where can i read about the 125% federal guidelines?

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Here is the link for 2007 Federal Poverty Guidelines. You, or your father must meet or exceed the requirements in order to qualified as sponsors. You may submit more than one form I-134 if you wish. However, you are still a long way from the timeline to get the form I-134.

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Here is the link for 2007 Federal Poverty Guidelines. You, or your father must meet or exceed the requirements in order to qualified as sponsors. You may submit more than one form I-134 if you wish. However, you are still a long way from the timeline to get the form I-134.

Aside from all of that other info the amount of money U need to have in the BANK (not wages) is 3 times the amount you lack.

for instance if you lack 15k to meet the guideline that applies to you u need to have 45k in the bank.

Im not sure if its written anywhere but thats what a consualr officer at the local embassy told me.

But overall its probably easier to meet it if you get your parents to sponser you.

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