hi my name is john I would like to know about I-864 financial Affidavit sported. my in come not meet. that mean my mom can not came to USA. Reason is I have 2 kid and my wife 4 house hold member include it me I earn 1100.00 US every months my wife she want to work but my working time her seclude are not meet kid are one is 4 and another one is 2 that's why my mom is come to help us to save child care money .But I do Own my house with mortgage .I do have 2 cars one car is already paid off. so how do I fill out file I-864 to show .please help me out.
This is an Immigration question. I will change the category. You may need to re-post.
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This needed to be posted under immigration, so I have retagged it for you. You should be able to get some help regarding your matter there.
You can use your assets to make up the difference between your income and the minimum required to sponsor your mother. Read page 7 of the I-864 instructions for more information on how to use your assets.
Alternatively, you can ask another U.S. citizen or permanent resident who is at least 18 years old and is living in the U.S. to be a joint-sponsor with you. Read page 9 of the instructions for more information on joint sponsors.
If you have read the instructions and still have questions, I suggest you make an appointment for a consultation with an immigration lawyer who specializes in family-based visa applications. A consultation can be a great way to get your questions answered even if you decide to complete the process on your own.
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