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How to assemble I-134 packet with joint sponsor

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My husband and I are going to be joint sponsors for future daughter-in-law.  She is from Brazil.  I know each of us (Our son, my husband and I) each need to complete an I-134.  However, Do we assemble 1 packet (cover letter and supporting documents) with each of our  I-134s?  My son's income currently is just at the min income limit if he uses his stocks/bonds.  He just graduated and his current annual income is low.  He will commission as an Army officer, but the paperwork has not been completed.  So, we want to be his joint sponsor.  So 1 packet with 3 I-134s or 2 packets 1 for my son stating his current income is not enough, but that he has a joint sponsor and 1 packet for my husband and me with our 2 I-134s?

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