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Confused about filling out the I-864W

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Confused about filling out the I-864W

My grandson had his immigration interview today at the US Embassy in Colombia. His father filed a I-864 form and I, as cosponsor, filled one too. He was told the he must file a I-864W instead because he is under 18 years of age and his father is a naturalized US citizen and he will become a citizen upon entering the US.

 

The first question on form I-864W is name of request. I assumed it was his father, but when we get to Part 2, Reason for Exemption, the only one that applies is 1.b. That says, “I am under 18 years of age…”. Therefore, who is answering the earlier questions about name, mailing address, social security (the child doesn't have SSN)? 

 

Who is the requestor, the father or the child? 


Karl / Saraya

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46 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

The child

Thank you for your reply.

 

All the questions are for the child than?  Should he list his address where he is currently living or where he will live in the US?  He doesn't have a Social Security number, so he should leave it blank even though they say is required? He should sign it as the requestor even though he under 18 years of age?

 

 

 


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6 hours ago, Seraya-Karl said:

Thank you for your reply.

 

All the questions are for the child than?  Should he list his address where he is currently living or where he will live in the US?  He doesn't have a Social Security number, so he should leave it blank even though they say is required? He should sign it as the requestor even though he under 18 years of age?

 

 

 

Answer present tense questions with present tense answers.  The child is the requestor.  The child can sign or parent sign for the child.


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