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I-864A Who is the sponsor and who is the household member?

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I am the primary sponsor (USC) for my wife.  My mother will be my joint sponsor (I-864) and my father will be what I understand the household member (I-864A).  In part 5 of the form I-864A it asks for the the sponsor's promise:  "I, THE SPONSOR  [PRINT NAME] ...."   

  1. Who is the sponsor in this case (I-864A) me / primary sponsor?  my mother / joint sponsor? 
  2. In part 6 it asks for the household member's promise.  I understand that my dad who is completing the I-864A is the household member.  Correct?

 

 

Word confusion for me.  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks in advance for any input.

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1 hour ago, Elopezv said:

I am the primary sponsor (USC) for my wife.  My mother will be my joint sponsor (I-864) and my father will be what I understand the household member (I-864A).  In part 5 of the form I-864A it asks for the the sponsor's promise:  "I, THE SPONSOR  [PRINT NAME] ...."   

  1. Who is the sponsor in this case (I-864A) me / primary sponsor?  my mother / joint sponsor? 
  2. In part 6 it asks for the household member's promise.  I understand that my dad who is completing the I-864A is the household member.  Correct?

 

 

Word confusion for me.  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks in advance for any input.

You are the sponsor.

 

Your mother is the household member promising to be a joint sponsor.

 

Part 6 will be filled out with your mother's information.

 

If your father is not a joint sponsor, his information is not needed to fill out the form.

 

Intending Immigrant = WIFE

Sponsor = You

Household Member = Your Mother

 

Hope this helps.


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