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MarciaSean

submitting revised i-864 to include immigrants assets at interview

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Can I submit a revised i-864 at the interview?

We have decided to include my husband's Canadian assets to help boost the household income/assets. He plans on selling or cashing them in so he figured we might as well include them as future cash available.

I had originally submitted the I-864 with only my and our co-sponsors information (along with the I-864A from the co-sponsor).

Can we just hand this to the person at the window that takes our other documents?

Our interview is on Monday (Jan 11th).

I thought we had everything in order and now I have to worry about them accepting this revised form.

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