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I-864A and Proof of US Citizenship

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Hi all,

We are in the process of getting my mother in law's I-864 ready for our CR1 files for NVC. We are thinking about including an I-864A for her husband/my father-in-law as they are joint tax filers and it would make completing these two forms a bit simpler when cross referenced to their tax transcripts (thus reduce risk of NVC checklist)

That said, I think my MIL makes enough in her own right that the I-864A would not be necessary to put us over the poverty guidelines.

However, if we go with an I-864A, I am a little concerned with proving my FIL's US citizenship. He does not have a US passport. He also does not have his birthcert anymore and was born in the 60s in a US Military Hospital abroad (his dad was on active duty at the time).

My FIL was in the service himself and does have his DD214 but that doesn't list his place of birth and, even if he did, that would be outside of the US anyway.

What other evidence of US Citizenship could we provide for my FIL? We have no issue proving relationship to MIL (we have their marriage cert) but it's the citizenship issue I am concerned about.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi all,

We are in the process of getting my mother in law's I-864 ready for our CR1 files for NVC. We are thinking about including an I-864A for her husband/my father-in-law as they are joint tax filers and it would make completing these two forms a bit simpler when cross referenced to their tax transcripts (thus reduce risk of NVC checklist)

That said, I think my MIL makes enough in her own right that the I-864A would not be necessary to put us over the poverty guidelines.

However, if we go with an I-864A, I am a little concerned with proving my FIL's US citizenship. He does not have a US passport. He also does not have his birthcert anymore and was born in the 60s in a US Military Hospital abroad (his dad was on active duty at the time).

My FIL was in the service himself and does have his DD214 but that doesn't list his place of birth and, even if he did, that would be outside of the US anyway.

What other evidence of US Citizenship could we provide for my FIL? We have no issue proving relationship to MIL (we have their marriage cert) but it's the citizenship issue I am concerned about.

Thanks in advance.

No need to use FIL is MIL makes enough and it's clear to see with her W2's.

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