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hi i attended to my second interview my first interview was on march 2019 case was put in AP for domicile so my wife had to go back to US to resume her domicile she sent me all documents for domicile and i forwarded them to US consulate and i got a phone call for second interview i was asked same question how you meet so on.... at end of interview he gave me yellow document to submit a new joint sponsor i told him why he said he does not meet requirements i said no he makes enough and already was approved department of state, i tried to provide him with tax of 2018 which shows 67000.00 the consular officer refused to look at it i feel he is holding my case for no reason me and my wife been living together for 5 years and then went back to US now she has a job and domiciled , my current joint sponsor make in 2017   46000.00 and 2018  67000.00 he only support his wife and step son, i was told that to contact our congressman to inquiry why he refused our current joint sponsor when he make enough and qualified also i loged in to CEAC i still see my current joint sponsor it says accepted and there is no option to add  any new joint sponsor, i am confused what do you suggest ? looking forward for your ideas

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Just now, abdo1 said:

his current income 67000.00 as for my wife she just got a job in june.. 

You said that was on last year taxes.

Your wife has a current income then...

 

Might be a langage issue, current=présentement/en ce moment.  Amounts should be different than what it was in December 2018.

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9 minutes ago, Lemonslice said:

You said that was on last year taxes.

Your wife has a current income then...

 

Might be a langage issue, current=présentement/en ce moment.  Amounts should be different than what it was in December 2018.

yes, my wife only work part time now, but our current joint sponsor make enough, also his income for 2019 is more 67000.00 as you know tax for 2019 is not ready yet, my question why he asked me to get new joint sponsor when our current make enough.....what your ideas ? and next step to do

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Again, current income had nothing to do with taxes, unless he's self-employed. 

 

Suggestion is to follow their instructions and find someone else. Also get paystubs and other CURRENT documents... Might want to update with your wife income also.

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32 minutes ago, abdo1 said:

i said no he makes enough and already was approved department of state,

Only the consulate officer can "approve" the I-864.........no one else.

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2 minutes ago, abdo1 said:

but our current joint sponsor make enough, so where is the law ?

The Consulate issues the visa.......the Consulate Officer has complete discretion when considering the whole financial situation.


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4 minutes ago, Lemonslice said:

If they feel it's not sufficient, you have to follow their instructions. 

so its about feeling that means even documents show enough not accepted  thats not fair my brother..what documents i need for new joint sponsor ?

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You need to document current income.


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