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AOS Interview - New I-864 needed or just a copy of previous?

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Hello everyone,

 

I just received the date for our AOS interview after submitting all the forms back in November 2018 and I am just confused about one item on the checklist of things to bring to the interview. They ask for the affidavit of support I-864, so do they just want me to bring a copy of the one we submitted back in November 2018 or should we fill out a new one and bring in the supporting documents as per this most recent tax return. 

 

Thanks in advance :)  

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58 minutes ago, sprinklegirl27 said:

Hello everyone,

 

I just received the date for our AOS interview after submitting all the forms back in November 2018 and I am just confused about one item on the checklist of things to bring to the interview. They ask for the affidavit of support I-864, so do they just want me to bring a copy of the one we submitted back in November 2018 or should we fill out a new one and bring in the supporting documents as per this most recent tax return. 

 

Thanks in advance :)  

I got one yesterday also and it says at the end unless already submitted.  I sent my I-864 along with all the forms like I-485, so I’m guessing we don’t need to bring it.  I think it’s only for people who might not have submitted it yet.

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My AOS interview check list says to bring it (unless already submitted) which I did on my initial AOS application but I'd bring a newly signed version again and copy/original of the + new paystubs. Just to be on the safe side.

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8 minutes ago, Sav&Har said:

My AOS interview check list says to bring it (unless already submitted) which I did on my initial AOS application but I'd bring a newly signed version again and copy/original of the + new paystubs. Just to be on the safe side.

Unless circumstances have changed.   However,  good to have an update in your back pocket just in case 


YMMV

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