That's good news. Congratulations. As to your new set of questions, it's either file the I-130 and G-325As or file everything. Filing the I-130 now doesn't give you any status or anything else, so I would just save up until you have enough money, then file everything. You can also ask for a fee waiver. Here is a link to that:
Hi, i just got my Joint Sponsor W2 and all other document (Divorce cert, birth cert and income tax return paper), but their is one thing he made only $19,966:77 last year is that ok? is that above the poverty line and does that amount meet up with the requirement under the immigration law?
Ok, thank you. It depends on how many people the joint sponsor is responsible for. For example, if the joint sponsor is married and has one child and also claims a parent on their taxes, that would be 4 plus you equals 5. 5 would be $32,347. Here is a link to the poverty guidelines. http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864p.pdf Please let me know if you have any additional questions and please do not forget to click accept. Thank you.
He only Filed 3 kids and he's Divorce.
Can i still use him as my sponsor and will everything be alryte or is their anything else that could be done except that?
Can he use his house and what about saving( maybe some little amount)
But he has a house hope that wuld work out?
Hey, I got me new Sponsor he made $28000 and he's married and he doesnt file no kids on his income tax.. the only dependant he had was hhis wife and including me.
well, have given him the I-864 form to fill up and he gave me cpy of these document:Birth cert, Marrigae cert, W-2 and Return.
He's an American citizen. what else do i need..
do u mean the last 3 to 6 paycheck stub and a letter from his employer on company letterhead that state postion in the company.
An d what if he cant produce that for me can i still go ahead and do the filing or is it important since he already gave me copy of his income tax.
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