My husband income doesn't meet requirements so can my bro on law be my joint sponsor even if he lives in another state and in the navy?
No problem as long as he meets the income requirements.
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But just make sure he is a lawful permanent resident or US citizen and is domiciled in the United States, and over 18.
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If he meets the requirements, then yes.
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