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Raffaella

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  1. My idiot husband got arrested one month before his immigration interview. (Was working in a deli in NYC that had untaxed cigarettes in the back room.) Interviewed is scheduled for 10/28 and court date for arrest is 10/24. He has a lawyer that will try to dismiss the misdeameanor. My questions are: 1. Should he withdraw his N-400 application? 2. Does he have to notify USCIS immediately? 3. Does he go to the interview with the court determination? Thanks in advance!
  2. Thank you for responding. So the petitioner checks off 1.a. and the friend checks off 1.e. and the friend’s husband fills out an I-864A?
  3. Hi All. I’m filling out paperwork for my sister-in-law and had some questions about the I-864 form. 1) I prepared an I-864 for her husband who is sponsoring her and listed him as the petitioner in 1.a. 2) I also prepared two I-864’s for my sister-in-law’s friend, and friend’s husband, who are providing support as well. I checked off the friend as first of two joint sponsors and friend’s husband and second of two joint sponsors in 1.e. Also listed both incomes on each of their I-864’s. Is the above correct? Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi All. I’m filling out paperwork for my sister-in-law and had some questions about the I-864 form. 1) I prepared an I-864 for her husband who is sponsoring her and listed him as the petitioner in 1.a. 2) I also prepared two I-864’s for my sister-in-law’s friend, and friend’s husband, who are providing support as well. I checked off the friend as first of two joint sponsors and friend’s husband and second of two joint sponsors in 1.e. Also listed both incomes on each of their I-864’s. Is the above correct? Thanks in advance.
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