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Hello everyone! So I have a cosponsor I have everything from her paystubs, w2 and her taxes she's married but she's the only cosponsor. She doesn't have her husbands w2... DO I NEED THEM? Or do I have enough with her taxes and her paystubs? Note: they filed together. Also I have a friend who is self employed and makes enough. If he were to co sponsor what would I need from him? Any advice would be so helpful!!! Thanks in advanced!!!

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Firstly she is a joint sponsor, not a co-sponsor. If your friend makes enough on her own and you have her entire tax returns then it's probably fine. No one here can tell you for sure as the CO at the interview makes the decision.


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Yes I understand she filed her taxes jointly with her husband.

If she makes enough on her own and you can provide proof of that, you do not necessarily need an I-864a from her husband.

Does that make sense?

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It does but since I'm assuming immigration will add her income and she filed with her husband I have to provide the taxes and both w2... I'm just trying to prevent an RFE

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just checking, does your friend have any kids?


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Ok. If her W2 shows that she made $25,200 this year, then only she will fill out an I-864, but she doesn't make enough and has to put down her assets and such, then her husband will have to fill out an I-864A, to indicate that he will help her sponsor you. Her household size is now 3 because she's sponsoring you now, so you're her 'dependent.'


Marriage (if applicable): 2012-12-08

USCIS

I-130 Sent : 2016-05-02

I-130 NOA1 : 2016-05-11

Approved : 2016-08-24

NVC

NVC Received : 2016-10-03

Received DS-261 / AOS Bill : 2016-10-15

Pay AOS Bill : 2016-10-15

Send AOS Package : 2016-11-01

Submit DS-261 : 2016-10-15

Receive IV Bill : 2016-10-18

Pay IV Bill : 2016-10-18

Send IV Package : 2016-11-01

Case Completed at NVC : 2016-11-04

NVC Left : 2016-11-11

US Embassy

Consulate Received : 2016-11-11

Interview Date : 2017-01-10

Interview Result :

Visa Received :

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She made enough. Someone was telling me that I needed his W2 also because of the joint filing of their taxes. I'm ready to send everything in but I want to be sure.

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Hello everyone! So I have a cosponsor I have everything from her paystubs, w2 and her taxes she's married but she's the only cosponsor. She doesn't have her husbands w2... DO I NEED THEM? Or do I have enough with her taxes and her paystubs? Note: they filed together. Also I have a friend who is self employed and makes enough. If he were to co sponsor what would I need from him? Any advice would be so helpful!!! Thanks in advanced!!!

I had the same problem when I was going for adjustment of status. we certainly did not want to have any RFE since we were thinking of traveling in the summer. Our friend was very nice and offered us to be a co-sponsor but we had read somewhere that we needed the i864a from his wife whom is not a really nice person. So instead of complicating it we decided to ask my sister-in-law whom would make enough on her own and was single. That was our choice we did not want to stress about RFE. It is possible for your co-sponsor to be one but it would be alot easier if your friend whom you wrote is self-employed and is willing to help you.

this link is helpful for understanding what he is required by your friend

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/540357-i-864-question-and-self-employed-co-sponsor-requirements-pls-help/

Good Luck,

Happy Hippo

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If she qualifies you are not required to have her husband sign an I-864a. But if you want a different joint sponsor what do you think you need? All the same items.


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Ok no need to be snippy I'm obviously here because we all have similar cases and or situations... if you don't have any useful information please disregard and save your comments.

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Im not here because I have these issues or questions. Lol.

But I will take my help elsewhere. :) happy journey!


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