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CEAC Spouse of Joint Sponsor Question

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Hi Everyone,

 

I am confused about where I am supposed to add my joint sponsor's spouse's information in CEAC. I understand that "household member" refers only to the petitioner's household member, not the sponsor's. I have read many times that I should upload an I-864A and domicile/status info for my joint sponsor's spouse, not because we need to prove extra income, but because the consulate often requests this info. Where is the best place to upload these docs? 

 

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Hola AbbyD,

 

I had filed this form earlier this last year and after reviewing it once more, because of your question, I would like to direct you to look at Form I-864 page 4 section 5.  The heading states Sponsor's household size.  The joint sponsor's spouse's information would become a part of the same form without needing to file an additional Form 1-864.  However I had to go find out what CEAC is and found https://ceac.state.gov/ceac/  which states this is for a non-immigrant visa and from what I see you are trying to file a IR-1/CR-1 visa.  As such you would not be needing to do anything at all with CEAC to file to bring your spouse and I have provided the following link from visajourney to help you https://www.visajourney.com/ir1-spouse-visa-overview/ 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Sabi76 said:

Hola AbbyD,

 

I had filed this form earlier this last year and after reviewing it once more, because of your question, I would like to direct you to look at Form I-864 page 4 section 5.  The heading states Sponsor's household size.  The joint sponsor's spouse's information would become a part of the same form without needing to file an additional Form 1-864.  However I had to go find out what CEAC is and found https://ceac.state.gov/ceac/  which states this is for a non-immigrant visa and from what I see you are trying to file a IR-1/CR-1 visa.  As such you would not be needing to do anything at all with CEAC to file to bring your spouse and I have provided the following link from visajourney to help you https://www.visajourney.com/ir1-spouse-visa-overview/ 

 

 

This is not true; OP will absolutely have everything to do with CEAC as CEAC is where all the financial and civil documents for the NVC stage needs to be uploaded. @AbbyD Household member can refer to the household member of a joint sponsor as well. From the home page on CEAC you can "add household member" and add them as the household member of your joint sponsor. Household members of sponsors/joint sponsors fill out I864a. Proof of US citizenship/LPR status and proof of US domicile is required for both the joint sponsor and the household member and all of it is uploaded on CEAC

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