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Adding a sponsor for the I 134 form

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Hey guys so i just had my petition approved for my fiancee who lives in Lima and i have started at looking at the I 134 form to be able to show that i will be able to financially support her. I am studying, working, and live with my mom and have read that i can put her information down as a sponsor to be able to help with that.

My mom has enough to show as to how much money she has in her savings and the amount of personal things and property she owns and i am pretty confident it is above the poverty line but my question is that she doesn't work. She has been disabled most of her life and receives Social security checks every month. My grandpa lives with her as well and is retired and he receives a lot of money every month and pays her $1000 a month to take care of my grandma. But other than that that is it. Should she just put that down as her job that she takes care of my grandma? or should i put down my grandpa as well as another sponsor because my grandpa basically has the money but my mom has the property and we plan on living with her.

Thanks.

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