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Would we need a new 864?

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If my husband and I were planning on expanding our family in the near future, I’m just wondering how this might effect my AOS process in terms of the affidavit of support. So right now my husband has three children (2 from a previous and we share 1 child together). So I counted 5 for household size on the I864. If I were to be pregnant or have another child by the time my AOS interview came around, how would this effect things? Would we need to submit a new I 864 with a household of 6? Or does it not matter what happens after the affidavit is filed when applying for AOS

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If the kid will be born before your aos interview, than yes, your household will be 6 and new affidavit should be provided. 

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