I 864 form
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I 864 form
I have question about sponsoring my
husband who is in India. I make above
the povery lines currently for 2018 and
same for 2017. But I did not make above
poverty lines for 2016 and 2015. Do I
need joint sponser or is my income
enough to sponser?
Asked on December 4, 2018 under Immigration Law, North Carolina
SB Member California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 3 years ago | Contributor
No, as long as your income current would qualify you to sponsor your husband, you do not need to have a joint sponsor. Just be sure to include all the information on the consular information if the petition is already at that stage of the process.
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