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my wife submitted her AOS with our Joint sponsor AOS after submitting all documents 3 weeks later our joint sponsor has been disappear i have called NVC and asked about this they said our case is on hold and it is in AP now we got email from NVC and they said

" Based on the income provided on the Affidavit of Support,  does not meet the minimum income requirement to sponsor the intending immigrants for this case. The consular officer will make a decision regarding this requirement at the time of the interview. For more information, please visit https://www.uscis.gov/i-864p. To avoid delays, an additional Affidavit of Support Form I-864 for a joint sponsor to may be submitted".

but we already submitted our joint sponsor AOS earlier but it is not there in our CEAC account anymore can some one give us any idea what should we do now

 

Thanks,

 

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Your case is in AP which means you already had your interview.  The NVC has nothing to do with your case anymore.  You need to deal with the US Embassy.  

The US Embassy makes the final determination at the interview about meeting the requirements of the I-864.

 

Right now, your wife by herself does not meet the I-864 requirements.  That is what the NVC is telling you.  The NVC only makes a preliminary determination.  

Your JS's I-864 and tax return will be reviewed by the US Embassy at your interview.  The decision will be make then.  The NVC has nothing to do with the case once it's sent to the US Embassy.  They don't go back to update based on what happened at the interview.  

 

 

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11 minutes ago, aaron2020 said:

Your case is in AP which means you already had your interview.  The NVC has nothing to do with your case anymore.  You need to deal with the US Embassy.  

The US Embassy makes the final determination at the interview about meeting the requirements of the I-864.

 

Right now, your wife by herself does not meet the I-864 requirements.  That is what the NVC is telling you.  The NVC only makes a preliminary determination.  

Your JS's I-864 and tax return will be reviewed by the US Embassy at your interview.  The decision will be make then.  The NVC has nothing to do with the case once it's sent to the US Embassy.  They don't go back to update based on what happened at the interview.  

 

 

no i do not have interview yet. my joint sponsors has been disappear from the CEAC and when i called NVC they said your case is on hold because of AP.

then after a week i got email which says NVC will coordinate with embassy and schedule my interview soon. still i cant able to see my JS in CEAC account.

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