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Good day! I am answering the I-864 for my husband and I don't know what to put. I have been in the Philippines for the past 5 years and I haven't been working, we have some money in the bamk that's around $50k and we have around $10k worth of

Stocks. Do I still need to fill out:

Part 7. Use of Assets to Supplement Income

Even if I don't have any income and we just rely on his income and his savings? (We do have a joint sponsor who makes more than the poverty line)

If yes, how would I answer since all our accounts are joint? Do I split it for the two of us or should I put the same amount on both the sponsor and immigrants assets?

Hope this doesnt cause any confusion..

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