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How have peoples experience been applying for a green card through consular processing (in our case in Germany) for a spouse when both spouses plus kids currently still live abroad and do not have any U.S. income. The ones applying for the green card will be my wife (stay-at-home mother) and my step-son, both not having any income and the only assets potentially being cash in our german joint bank account. If we do find a sufficient joint-sponsor in the U.S. and we have some cash saved up ourselves (asset), is it still worth applying for a green card from abroad? Especially with this new public charge rule it seems difficult to get a green card for a stay-at-home mother with no income or job and little education and the U.S. citizen husband / main sponsor only having income from abroad / no U.S. income. The other inhumane option would be for me (U.S. citizen) to move back to the U.S. alone to get a sufficient job while my wife and kids stay abroad for the green card process. We would really appreciate any help on this matter for our journey!
Hi, My mother is sponsoring my brother and I am the only joint sponsor (household member) that filed an I-864A. In the NVC site, my mother is required to submit a Tax return or transcript as a required document with her I-864 form but she never worked here in the US since she became a resident (green card holder) in 2017. She never filed taxes since she had no income. I always put her a dependent in my tax return. I submitted a letter stating the reason why she never filed taxes in the Tax or return transcript area but they rejected it and now it’s displaying as a missing document In the site. I am not sure what to submit in this section? Can I upload my tax return there ? Petitioner : my Mother (green card holder) beneficiary: brother main sponsor: mother with 0$ income in last 2 years. Joint sponsor : Me (son of main sponsor and household member as well) Thanks.