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Hello every one, i would very thankful if you could help me with I-864W questions

 

 

My husband is a US citizen by birth, he filed an I-130 petitions for me (his wife) and our child ( 1 year old baby boy) the petitions got approved and on their way to the NVC, we started on Affidavit of Support forms to get a head start.

 

i have two questions 
 first question on part 3 

since our baby boy is still 1 years old my husband is filling the form on he's behalf so should he click box  1.a & 2 in part 3 or should he just click box 2 in part 3.

 second question is my husband considered the preparer in this form since he's filling it out on behalf of our baby boy.

 

thanks a lot in advance 

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The affidavit of support is the Petitioner's document.  He's the sponsor of you.  I take it the petition was filed for the child because he cannot get citizenship until after he has a visa and has entered the US, but he WILL become a citizen at that point.  That's the circumstance under which the I-864W would be used for the child, and I-864 for you.  Your husband prepares and signs in the child's behalf by signing "his normal signature, Father."


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so should my husband answer the question on part 3 by  clicking  1.a &  2 boxes as shown below ////////////////////////////

 

Select the box for either Item Number 1.a. or 1.b.If applicable, select the box for Item Number 2.

  1. 1.a.  I can read and understand English, and I have read and understand every question and instruction on this request and my answer to every question.

  2. 1.b.  The interpreter named in Part 4. read to me every question and instruction on this request and my answer to every question in

    , a language in which I am fluent, and I understood

    everything.

2. At my request, the preparer named in Part 5.,

, prepared this request for me based only upon

information I provided or authorized.


thanks in advance 

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13 minutes ago, R.D.A said:

so should my husband answer the question on part 3 by  clicking  1.a &  2 boxes as shown below ////////////////////////////

 

Select the box for either Item Number 1.a. or 1.b.If applicable, select the box for Item Number 2.

  1. 1.a.  I can read and understand English, and I have read and understand every question and instruction on this request and my answer to every question.

  2. 1.b.  The interpreter named in Part 4. read to me every question and instruction on this request and my answer to every question in

    , a language in which I am fluent, and I understood

    everything.

2. At my request, the preparer named in Part 5.,

, prepared this request for me based only upon

information I provided or authorized.


thanks in advance 

Yes.

 


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