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Hello everyone, I just wanted to know if anyone has ever been denied because their sponsor had any bench warrants, Is it possible to be a joint sponsor if you have any warrants? The warrant is actually from not appearing in court for a ticket, however it was a case of identity theft but she has yet to clear that. So I was just wondering if I should look for another joint sponsor or will she be ok to sponsor ? 

 

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11 minutes ago, wilo said:

Hello everyone, I just wanted to know if anyone has ever been denied because their sponsor had any bench warrants, Is it possible to be a joint sponsor if you have any warrants? The warrant is actually from not appearing in court for a ticket, however it was a case of identity theft but she has yet to clear that. So I was just wondering if I should look for another joint sponsor or will she be ok to sponsor ? 

 

Thankyous o

I guess it would be okay as long as she can meet the income requiremnets and can prove she is a citizen and filed taxes.

 

as I am sure you already know it might be a good idea for that person to clear up their legal problems, plus maybe by her co-sponsoring might trigger her getting picked up for the warrant..... I really do not know, just guessing.

 

my recomendation would be to find another co-sponsor that does not have any legal issues that could possibly affect your immigration case or interview with the co at the embassy. 

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35 minutes ago, florida racer 73 said:

I guess it would be okay as long as she can meet the income requiremnets and can prove she is a citizen and filed taxes.

 

as I am sure you already know it might be a good idea for that person to clear up their legal problems, plus maybe by her co-sponsoring might trigger her getting picked up for the warrant..... I really do not know, just guessing.

 

my recomendation would be to find another co-sponsor that does not have any legal issues that could possibly affect your immigration case or interview with the co at the embassy. 

ok yeah makes sense, thank you for the quick response, appreciate it :)

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