I'm Canadian, married to US citizen, pregnant with his baby. He didn't make enough money last year according to the rules of the i-864 form to support me.
Find a cosponsor or give up the immigration quest. This requirement is written into a statute for the reason people would not get around it.
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You can have someone act as a cosponsor or perhaps your spouse has assets that will allow him to qualify on that basis
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No. There is no way around the I-864 Affidavit of support requirement. The petition must file one, regardless of income. If the petitioner's income is not enough, then the petitioner must find o co-sponsor to also file one.
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Find a joint sponsor.
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