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47 minutes ago, wd250g said:

I would like to ask everyone, does the co-sponsor sign in the field of 6.a. on I-864?

Yes, the sponsor or joint sponsor signs 6a, but there are several 6a's.  Page 8, I believe, is the sponsor signature.  Date 6b.

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13 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Yes, the sponsor or joint sponsor signs 6a, but there are several 6a's.  Page 8, I believe, is the sponsor signature.  Date 6b.

Thanks for the response, because I don't want to be RFE, I came up and reconfirmed this very common sense question.^ _ ^

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If I don’t want to use W2 to help the beneficiary and only use deposits to sponsor the beneficiary, I would like to ask the relevant main sponsor, whether you only need to upload the main sponsor’s I-864 and his bank deposit certificate certification documents. ?

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29 minutes ago, wd250g said:

If I don’t want to use W2 to help the beneficiary and only use deposits to sponsor the beneficiary, I would like to ask the relevant main sponsor, whether you only need to upload the main sponsor’s I-864 and his bank deposit certificate certification documents. ?

I don't understand the question.  The main sponsor is the petitioner.  If you need a joint sponsor, then the petitioner doesn't qualify.  A W2 form is part of a tax return.  Current income is documented by a pay stub, not a W2 form.  A person's latest W2 form is for 2019.  That's the "past", not "current".  Please rephrase your question.

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2 hours ago, pushbrk said:

I don't understand the question.  The main sponsor is the petitioner.  If you need a joint sponsor, then the petitioner doesn't qualify.  A W2 form is part of a tax return.  Current income is documented by a pay stub, not a W2 form.  A person's latest W2 form is for 2019.  That's the "past", not "current".  Please rephrase your question.

Because my main applicant is not working,

I can only provide a deposit certificate from the depository bank.

 

This is also my direct invitation to be my co-sponsor, and this co-sponsor,

I have prepared the documents needed (ID/passport/2019 W2/pay stubs-july-Aug/2019 TAX return)

 

But my question is not sure if the main applicant only needs to upload the I-864 and passport and bank deposit certificate. How about that?

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12 hours ago, wd250g said:

Because my main applicant is not working,

I can only provide a deposit certificate from the depository bank.

 

This is also my direct invitation to be my co-sponsor, and this co-sponsor,

I have prepared the documents needed (ID/passport/2019 W2/pay stubs-july-Aug/2019 TAX return)

 

But my question is not sure if the main applicant only needs to upload the I-864 and passport and bank deposit certificate. How about that?

You are the "applicant".  Your spouse is the petitioner.  If your spouse has no income, yes you can list their money in bank as asset and upload bank statement.  There are no co-sponsors in spouse visa cases.  You are talking about a joint sponsor.  Getting the terminology right is critical, for us to understand you AND for you to understand the forms.

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