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Hello everyone,

 

I have a question about completing the affidavit of support.

I recently discovered my wife is now pregnant with twins. Do I need to add the twins to the affidavit of support? I believe I don't because they have not been born yet.  She is only 10 weeks pregnant at this point in time. But, I worry that the twins will be considered when my income is evaluated.

 

What do you think? 

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True they don't count until they are born, but if for some reason the processing time goes beyond her due date and they have been born at the time of her interview you might be asked to show that you can support a household of 4 as opposed to 2. Someone just posted today they were asked to provide a joint sponsor because he met the poverty guideline for 2 but not 3 and his wife had given birth to their first child at the time of the interview. 

 

 

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My experience, they dont count. I was pregnant before the interview and I postponed it till I gave birth. 7months later i did my interview, i informed the VO i gave birth so we have 2 kids, in case he wants the new AOS but he said he doesnt need it. Visa is approved. 


IR1 / Nebraska Service Center

07/31/2014 : Married 

02/15/2017: Sent I-130 

02/22/2017: NOA1

03/30/2017: NOA2 YAYYYyyyyy  36 days after NOA1.. Blessed  

04/19/2017: Email from NVC

04/19/2017: DS-261 unlocked

04/21/2017: AOS paid

04/25/2017: IV paid

06/14/2017: Sent AOS Package

06/21/2017: Scan date

08/23/2017: Case Complete (9 weeks)

08/24/2017: Received automatic checklist via email from NVC to bring proof of domicile during interview. Still waiting for Interview Appointment.

08/30/2017: Received email from NVC telling that they will be schedule interview.

09/06/2017: Received email from NVC regarding Interview Date

10/25/2017: Interview Date

09/14/2017: Emailed US Embassy to cancel our interview and postpone as wife is pregnant. USEM mentioned to contact them 3 weeks prior to intended date of appointment. 

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