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How to fill form I-864A

Discussion in 'Family Based Green Card -Through Marriage/Relative' started by dannyPx, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. dannyPx

    dannyPx Registered Users (C)

    Please good people. I am suppose to meet my uncle today for him to help me sign the co-sponsor form. I am the alien and my wife is the USC. Please what part of teh form should my uncle fill. I 've gone through the forms but it is quite confusing.

    Infact I don't understand any thing there. I need urgent help.
    Thanks wonderful people.

    Part 1 .information on Sponsor's Household member or Sponsored Immigrant/Household memeber? Please who fills this part. Is it my wife the USC or the co-sponsor my uncle.

    Part 2.Sponsors promise. Who fills this? My wife or my the co-sponsor


    Part 3. House hold member promise: is it my wife or the co-sponsor that will fill this?


    Part 4. Sponsored Immigrant/Household member's prmise: who fills this? My wife or the co-sponsor


    Part 5. Sponsors signature: who will sign this? my wife or teh co-sponsor


    part 6. Household Memeber's or sponsored Immigrant/Household memebers Signature: who fills this? My wife or the co-sponsor?
     
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  2. cherr1980

    cherr1980 Registered Users (C)

    Please read all the instructions carefully and read them again.
    Your wife fill the I-864, there are instructions at the beginning and instructions in each section. Please read them before fill them.
    The joint sponsor will fill another I-864 and your uncle must meet the 125% income requirement.
    Good luck,
     
  3. ari4u

    ari4u Registered Users (C)

    Hope this clears things out...


    Your wife (USC sponsor) fills I-864.

    If you (the applicant) are NOTusing your income to meet requirements, you should NOT file form I-864A.

    Your uncle is a joint sponsor and he fills a separate I-864 (NOT I-864A)
     
  4. dannyPx

    dannyPx Registered Users (C)


    Hi Cherr1980. Yes I have a three year tax paper work from my wife. The problem is trhat she is not working now but I have the tax retgurn for 2003-2005. The problem is that she is not working now, I guess we need a co-sponsor. For the 1-864a which is for teh co-sponsor, that is what i am asking about. Please explain some more.
     
  5. dannyPx

    dannyPx Registered Users (C)

    yeah I do understand that and that was what I was referring to. Hi . I have a three year tax paper work from my wife. The problem is trhat she is not working now but I have the tax return for 2003-2005. The problem is that she is not working now, I guess we need a co-sponsor. For the 1-864a which is for the co-sponsor, that is what i am asking about. Please explain some more. I am going to see my uncle so that he will fill the co-sponsor paper work and those questions up there are from teh co-sponsor form. My wife have already filled the form even though she is not working and that is why I need a co-sponsor so that i can turn in the paper work by friday.
     
  6. guru5678

    guru5678 Registered Users (C)



    To keep it simple. You need two I-864 forms.
    1) your wife completly fills this one.
    2) your uncle completly fills this one out.Your wife/you dont write anything on your uncle's I-864.

    You dont need I-864A.
     
  7. ari4u

    ari4u Registered Users (C)

    Hi,
    You have to understand that co-sponsor files I-864 and NOT I-864A. So dont confuse yourself with the I-864A as you wont be needing it.

    I repeat what i wrote in my earlier post...
    Your wife (USC sponsor) fills I-864.
    If you (the applicant) are NOT using your income to meet requirements, you should NOT file form I-864A.
    Your uncle is a joint sponsor and he fills a separate I-864 (NOT I-864A)
     

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