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I864 son filing for parents, needs joint sponsor

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Hello. Quick question. Son is filing for both mom and dad, but son doesn't make enough $$ to sponsor them on I-864, so he will use his USC uncle (dad's fleshly brother).  Uncles don't qualify as household members even though son lives with his uncle, so I-864a can't be used in this case.  So question is:  Will son have to fill out I-864 for himself and then have uncle fill out another I-864 as the joint sponsor?  If so, this step will have to be done for both dad AND mom (since son is petitioning for both parents).   Input is appreciated. Thanks!

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24 minutes ago, britishandusa said:

Yes, they both will have to fill out the I-864. The son will always be the PRIMARY sponsor since he is the petitioner.

Ok, thanks.  So this means that actually 4 (four) I-864's must be filled out.

For dad:  I-864 by son (petitioner) andI-864 by uncle (joint sponsor) 

For mom: I-864 by son (petitioner) and I-864 by uncle (joint sponsor) 

...correct?

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