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Co-sponsor for aos interview?

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Hello, 

 

Our case status finally changed to “interview scheduled” after 15 months of waiting! 

 

Regarding the aos interview...will we need to have co-sponsor information? My dad was our co-sponsor for k1 and the original aos application so will we need to bring an updated affidavit of support since its been over a year? Also, my husband works now, but is his income even relevant since he is the immigrant? 

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7 minutes ago, Ermin&Zijada said:

Hello, 

 

Our case status finally changed to “interview scheduled” after 15 months of waiting! 

 

Regarding the aos interview...will we need to have co-sponsor information? My dad was our co-sponsor for k1 and the original aos application so will we need to bring an updated affidavit of support since its been over a year? Also, my husband works now, but is his income even relevant since he is the immigrant? 

No to an updated I864....

BUT if your husband and your income meets the FPGLs for your household and you do not wish to have to use your Dad as a joint sponsor, you can redo the I864 in your name and your husband's name with your joint income with supporting evidence then you can submit that and your dad won't have to be financially obligated.

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6 minutes ago, K1visaHopeful said:

No to an updated I864....

BUT if your husband and your income meets the FPGLs for your household and you do not wish to have to use your Dad as a joint sponsor, you can redo the I864 in your name and your husband's name with your joint income with supporting evidence then you can submit that and your dad won't have to be financially obligated.

Thank you! My dad does not mind having the obligation so we will most likely keep the paperwork as is. Will any of my fathers information be needed at the interview? Like updated taxes? I read your sponsor should have a letter from his employer but my dad is his own employer so I dont see how that would work. 

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