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Affidavit of support

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Hi. Just wondering if anyone can give me info on the affidavit of support when filing for adjustment of status.

part5. Sponsors household size. Would this be 2(for me and my husband) or just one, for me as I am the only one he is sponsoring?

part 6. Income you are using. Would we leave this bit blank as we only have my husbands income?

part 7. Federal poverty guidelines- can anyone tell me what this is?

 

im sorry if these seem like silly questions but before filing I am doing drafts of each form so that I can ask any questions I need to.

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  1. Household size needs to be at least 2 (sponsor + intending immigrant).
    1. Household size = [Part 3, #28] + [part 5 #2-7]. Don't count the same person more than once.
  2. Yes (although I put in NA for the name to avoid blanks).
  3. https://www.uscis.gov/system/files_force/files/form/i-864p.pdf
    1. Assets are optional if your income is above the necessary level.

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On 9/21/2017 at 4:00 PM, Megmar0616 said:

Hi. Just wondering if anyone can give me info on the affidavit of support when filing for adjustment of status.

part5. Sponsors household size. Would this be 2(for me and my husband) or just one, for me as I am the only one he is sponsoring?

part 6. Income you are using. Would we leave this bit blank as we only have my husbands income?

part 7. Federal poverty guidelines- can anyone tell me what this is?

 

im sorry if these seem like silly questions but before filing I am doing drafts of each form so that I can ask any questions I need to.

you only count a person once so if its just you and your husband then it should only say two, you can look up what is the poverty income amount for your state because ever state is different


Sent ASOS package I-130, i-130A, i-485, i-765, i-693, i-864, G-325A, G-11435: 04/25/2017

Packaged delivered to USCIS Chicago Lock box: 04/27/2017

Checks cashed: 04/28/2017

SMS/Email received: 05/02/2017

NOA in the mail: 05/08/2017

Biometrics appointment letter in the mail: 08/21/17

Biometrics appointment: 08/31/17

I-485 ready to be scheduled for interview: 09/06/17

I-765 card in production: 09/18/17

EAD card in the mail: 09/21/17

EAD card received: 09/25/17

interview had been scheduled: 04/13/18

interview noticed received: 04/20/18

Interview: 05/23/18

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3 hours ago, didiblue said:

you only count a person once so if its just you and your husband then it should only say two, you can look up what is the poverty income amount for your state because ever state is different

I hate to be one of those people who correct minor mistakes but anyway- 48 states have the same 125% poverty guidelines. Alaska and Hawaii have higher amounts. So its not really each state is different. Only 2 are. 

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17 minutes ago, Damara said:

I hate to be one of those people who correct minor mistakes but anyway- 48 states have the same 125% poverty guidelines. Alaska and Hawaii have higher amounts. So its not really each state is different. Only 2 are. 

That’s cool it’s all a learning process she could be in one of those two states so it never hurts to say check right 

Edited by didiblue

Sent ASOS package I-130, i-130A, i-485, i-765, i-693, i-864, G-325A, G-11435: 04/25/2017

Packaged delivered to USCIS Chicago Lock box: 04/27/2017

Checks cashed: 04/28/2017

SMS/Email received: 05/02/2017

NOA in the mail: 05/08/2017

Biometrics appointment letter in the mail: 08/21/17

Biometrics appointment: 08/31/17

I-485 ready to be scheduled for interview: 09/06/17

I-765 card in production: 09/18/17

EAD card in the mail: 09/21/17

EAD card received: 09/25/17

interview had been scheduled: 04/13/18

interview noticed received: 04/20/18

Interview: 05/23/18

I485 approved: 05/25/18

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