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My future mother-in-law have filed the I-130 for my fiancé to immigrate to the US. However her income is not enough to sponsor him, so she have asked me to be a joint sponsor. So do I fill out the I-864 or I-864A? 

 

My future mother-in-law and I do not live in the same household and so that’s why I’m confused when reading the instructions on how to fill these forms out.

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1 minute ago, Vy N. said:

My future mother-in-law have filed the I-130  for my fiancé to immigrate to the US. However her income is not enough to sponsor him, so she have asked me to be a joint sponsor. So do I fill out the I-864 or I-864A? 

 

My future mother-in-law and I do not live in the same household and so that’s why I’m confused when reading the instructions on how to fill these forms out.

One second...Why is your mother-in-law petitioning? What visa have you petitioned for?


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The reason why she filed the I-130 was because she did this prior to me and fiancé even started dating. 

 

We were going to file the K-1 visa but her petition process is almost completed, while we still haven’t submitted anything

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Just now, Vy N. said:

The reason why she filed the I-130 was because she did this prior to me and fiancé even started dating. 

 

We were going to file the K-1 visa but her petition process is almost completed, while we still haven’t submitted anything

So she is an LPR/USC petitioning for her son? 

Also, to answer your question, since you're not part of the same household, you will fill out a separate I-864


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3 minutes ago, LilyJohansen said:

So she is an LPR/USC petitioning for her son? 

Also, to answer your question, since you're not part of the same household, you will fill out a separate I-864

Yes she is a permanent resident here. She filed the I-130 back a few years ago for her son.

 

This is before her son and I dated. We are now engaged and was planning to file the K-1 visa before she told us not to because of the I-130 she have previously submitted.

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3 minutes ago, Vy N. said:

Yes she is a permanent resident here. She filed the I-130 back a few years ago for her son.

 

This is before her son and I dated. We are now engaged and was planning to file the K-1 visa before she told us not to because of the I-130 she have previously submitted.

Well as you said the petition for her son is nearly complete so that's good. Since you will be her joint sponsor, you will both fill out I-864; I-864a is for combining incomes in one household so since you live separately you will both do I-864; don't forget that when he goes to the interview he will need to bring your tax transcripts and W2s along with his mother's. Good luck! :) 


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3 minutes ago, LilyJohansen said:

Well as you said the petition for her son is nearly complete so that's good. Since you will be her joint sponsor, you will both fill out I-864; I-864a is for combining incomes in one household so since you live separately you will both do I-864; don't forget that when he goes to the interview he will need to bring your tax transcripts and W2s along with his mother's. Good luck! :) 

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20 hours ago, LilyJohansen said:

Well as you said the petition for her son is nearly complete so that's good. Since you will be her joint sponsor, you will both fill out I-864; I-864a is for combining incomes in one household so since you live separately you will both do I-864; don't forget that when he goes to the interview he will need to bring your tax transcripts and W2s along with his mother's. Good luck! :) 

Does he need all the most recent three years tax transcripts and W2s?

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2 hours ago, Vy N. said:

Does he need all the most recent three years tax transcripts and W2s?

Yes, he will need to bring the last recent 3 years :) 


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