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AOS household size, taxes and joint sponsor questions.

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So I'm currently filling out the AOS form for a K1 visa and I have a few questions.
1. I'm a recent graduate from college and I did not make any income last year. My parents claimed me and my younger brother as dependents on their taxes return last year. Because I'm now married, would my household size be only 2 ( me and my spouse ), or do I included in my parent's household since my parents claimed me as their dependent? ( size= 5). 
2. My parents have agreed to be co-sponsors for the AOS. Since we resided in the same house,  can I combined their incomes as qualifying household members where I will file an I-864 and each of them will fill out an I-864A ? or I will fill out an I-864 and my dad will fill out his I-864 and an I864A for my mom since they filed tax jointly? 

Thanks. 

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1 hour ago, Hieu Ly said:

So I'm currently filling out the AOS form for a K1 visa and I have a few questions.
1. I'm a recent graduate from college and I did not make any income last year. My parents claimed me and my younger brother as dependents on their taxes return last year. Because I'm now married, would my household size be only 2 ( me and my spouse ), or do I included in my parent's household since my parents claimed me as their dependent? ( size= 5). 
2. My parents have agreed to be co-sponsors for the AOS. Since we resided in the same house,  can I combined their incomes as qualifying household members where I will file an I-864 and each of them will fill out an I-864A ? or I will fill out an I-864 and my dad will fill out his I-864 and an I864A for my mom since they filed tax jointly? 

Thanks. 

On your I-864 you are filing for you self and spouse.   

One parent fills out an I-864 with spouse, immigrant and other dependents.   Other parent fill out an I-864A.


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