My wife works a part time job so she makes below the poverty guidelines, but she gets some kind of pension from her ex husband ,so with that her gross income would be above the poverty guidelines, do i still need a co signer?
I would recommend having a co-signer just in case she loses her part-time job or something else comes up. Whenever someone is "on the line," I recommend having a joint sponsor. Good luck.
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Most likely, yes.
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