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I-864 validity

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Hi all,

 

Applying for IR-1 visa through Embassy London.

 

As well as my USC wife as sponsor, my USC sister-in-law is a joint sponsor and will be providing an I-864. 

 

She is visiting the UK on vacation in August but my interview for IR-1 won't be until December. I was hoping to get her to wet ink sign the I-864 when she visits in August rather than sending later in post. 

 

Will this be acceptable? My understanding is the I-864 is valid forever, providing that the details on there (including but not limited to salary, address etc) remain correct - is this right?

 

What if a new I-864 form is issued by Government? Presume I'd need her to provide me with a new I-864 using the most up to date form?

 

Many thanks

 

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Assuming nothing changes from now until then, that's fine.  i-864's actually don't need wet ink signatures, a photocopy of a signed form is acceptable.


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