My 17 year old daughter, who will be 18 in September, is filing Family Forms for her spouse, who is in the US on a B-2 Visa, which was his status when they married in March. Can she file the I-864 as a spouse, and have her Father, file the I-864 as a joint sponsor? The question here is her age for filing the I-864, which states she must be 18 years old. If not, how does she file Affidavit of Support?
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While she does not meet the requirements for the form, USCIS has allowed this in the past.
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Yes, why not?
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