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Based on the income provided on the Affidavit of Support the petitioner 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 may be submitted. below are my last three years income.

2018 made $ 31,212.00
2017 made $13,676.00
2016 made $14,535.00

what can I except pleaseeeeee. 

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13 minutes ago, arnaud12 said:

Based on the income provided on the Affidavit of Support the petitioner 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 may be submitted. below are my last three years income.

2018 made $ 31,212.00
2017 made $13,676.00
2016 made $14,535.00

what can I except pleaseeeeee. 

Get a joint sponsor before the interview 

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22 minutes ago, Lil bear said:

Get a joint sponsor before the interview 

thank for your quick response, how much the joint sponsor need to have. does he has to be my relative or i can just be a friend.
 

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4 hours ago, arnaud12 said:

thank for your quick response, how much the joint sponsor need to have. does he has to be my relative or i can just be a friend.
 

They must have current income above 125% of the poverty line for their own household plus the number of immigrants being sponsored 

The joint sponsor can be any USC or LPR who meets the requirements.. no need to be related to either the petitioner or beneficiaries 

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