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I am on the process of completing my I864 form but since I do not make enough income to Sponsor my mom to meet the poverty guideline ,  can i consider my fiancee to file a I864a as a household memeber? I  bought  a house last novemeber 2017  and he is been living with me for almost a yr now and we also has a child that born this yr.  or i can just have him file as a joint sponsor instead? He has accepted a new job just last july of this yr and he can meet the proverty guideline of  a 4 household member included him, Plsss help me . I am also new here at vj i just dont really know what to say and ask pls understand.

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On 10/16/2018 at 12:51 PM, jazelgirl said:

I am on the process of completing my I864 form but since I do not make enough income to Sponsor my mom to meet the poverty guideline ,  can i consider my fiancee to file a I864a as a household memeber? I  bought  a house last novemeber 2017  and he is been living with me for almost a yr now and we also has a child that born this yr.  or i can just have him file as a joint sponsor instead? He has accepted a new job just last july of this yr and he can meet the proverty guideline of  a 4 household member included him, Plsss help me . I am also new here at vj i just dont really know what to say and ask pls understand.

Hi, you have to file I-864 for yourself eventhough you don't have an enough income since you are the petitioner. On the other hand, along with your AOS documents, your fiance has to submit the  I-864a as a co-sponsor with his recent 3 yrs tax return or IRS transcript, W2, paystub, bank statement, assets, etc. 


IR-5 Timeline (Petitioning my mother from the Philippines)

 

01/06/2017 - Mailed Petition to Arizona Lockbox via USPS certified mail - Paid: $4 and change

01/09//2017 - Petition was received (Priority Date)

01/16/2017 - Received  text and email notification that case was accepted and routed to Texas Service Center

01/20//2017 - Received NOA1 in the mail (Form I-179c)

 

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