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Hello I have a question about the I 864 form affidavit of support Household size  I'm currently waiting for our NVC case number has anyone done this before like recently ????? It's only me and my wife however I do have 2 children with my x she has them and I do pay a current order for support for them one is 19 he will Graduate in June of this year the case worker has confirmed this with the school it does say on the fore that dependents may not live in the home with you so to me that means I have to include them as in the house but I don't claim them on my taxes as dependents she does but my Attorney's paralegal keeps saying your household size is 2 if you don't claim them as dependents on your taxes I'm not letting him do my I 864 form cause I don't understand why their telling me confusing information compared to the actual form has anyone done this ???????

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6 hours ago, Thomas Reinhardt said:

Hello I have a question about the I 864 form affidavit of support Household size  I'm currently waiting for our NVC case number has anyone done this before like recently ????? It's only me and my wife however I do have 2 children with my x she has them and I do pay a current order for support for them one is 19 he will Graduate in June of this year the case worker has confirmed this with the school it does say on the fore that dependents may not live in the home with you so to me that means I have to include them as in the house but I don't claim them on my taxes as dependents she does but my Attorney's paralegal keeps saying your household size is 2 if you don't claim them as dependents on your taxes I'm not letting him do my I 864 form cause I don't understand why their telling me confusing information compared to the actual form has anyone done this ???????

The paralegal needs to read the part of the I-864 instructions that tells you to count all unmarried children under 21, no matter where they live.  But, you can read it yourself and inform them.


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That's exactly what I read but it does say unless they've reached majority in the area where they live but they insist that it doesn't matter unless you claim them as dependents on your income tax returns this is one of many reasons why I doubt the Attorney's abilities it's a very well known law firm they've got lots of cases approved but this is one of two major mistakes they've made the first mistake was the police clearance certificate they said my spouse needs one from anywhere she's lived since the age of 16 I fully understand this but according to them that means ant city any Barangay this cause me to send my wife on a 3 day trip all over the Philippines to get these certificates but some Barangays told her she has to have a valid current address in that particular area to receive the police clearance I already knew of the NBI but they insisted and even sent me an email saying she needs a police clearance from anywhere she's lived even if different cities or Barangays in her own country .

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