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using assets while there is a joint sponsor for I864

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Turkey

Hello all,


My wife is being the main sponsor but she is abroad so she technically cannot be a sponsor. So we have a joint sponsor, her dad, who is also filling out a separate I864.


For my wife's I864, should we still show our money in the Bank (American bank) as our assets for part 7 in the form? We read the instructions and it says we should add the assets if the sponsor cannot meet the minimum requirements for being sponsor, assets should be added. This is true for our case but we have a joint sponsor so actually, we are not using our money to make my wife our sponsor without the joint sponsor.


Does it look better to have some money in the account or does it just create confusion so we should leave the part 7 blank?

Thank you.

Edited by uluslarci

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina




no need for assets since she will have a joint sponsor, and also your wife is still the primary sponsor as the petitioner, and she will need to file her own i864


assets are used instead of a joint sponsor. but if she is going to have a joint sponsor, no need for assets



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