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Joint Sponsor Question, Help Please?

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Hello and thanks for all your help here.

 

I am the petitioner and I am working on the affidavit of support.

 

My parents, whom I moved back in with 2 years ago, are going to be a joint sponsor.

 

1) Do my parents fill out a separate I-864a Form? Or can I just add them on to mine since we live at the same address?

 

2) How much information do I need to add about assets like a home or property?

 

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1.  As the petitioner, you file an I-864.  One parent is the Joint Sponsor and files a separate I-864.  The other parent is the JS's Household Member and files an I-864a.  You can not add their income to your I-864.

 

2.  They can not use their primary home as an asset for the I-864.  Property will need appraisals and proof of ownership.  

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Just now, aaron2020 said:

1.  As the petitioner, you file an I-864.  One parent is the Joint Sponsor and files a separate I-864.  The other parent is the JS's Household Member and files an I-864a.  You can not add their income to your I-864.

 

2.  They can not use their primary home as an asset for the I-864.  Property will need appraisals and proof of ownership.  

Thanks,

So they fill out one I-864 together,

And I still add them onto my form I-864 as well?

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7 minutes ago, Aceventura said:

773257732_parentson864.JPG.7fb504a91cccc5df5ea20f7259a90811.JPG so I should not do this even if they are submitting an I-864 and live at the same address?

I did reread the point #1 and thanks

 

12 minutes ago, aaron2020 said:

READ WHAT I WROTE.  POINT 1.  

 

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Your parents can combine Best the one who made the most File I-864 and the other I-864a (if you need their income). You do not fill out that portion for your I-864 it does not apply.


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1 hour ago, Aceventura said:

Hello and thanks for all your help here.

 

I am the petitioner and I am working on the affidavit of support.

 

My parents, whom I moved back in with 2 years ago, are going to be a joint sponsor.

 

1) Do my parents fill out a separate I-864a Form? Or can I just add them on to mine since we live at the same address?

 

2) How much information do I need to add about assets like a home or property?

 

Stop.   The k1 presents the i-134 at the interview. 

 

The i-864 comes later when adjusting to green card 


YMMV

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