My husband is going to need a sponsor but does the sponsor need to make the amount stated in the poverty lines that my husband doesn't meet, and since we live with his parents does his dad need to cover the 4 person under the roof despute that he does not provide for us or just make enough to cover for what my husband doesn't make?
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Attached please find the instruction for the Affidavit of Support and co-sponsorship if one required below:
The co-sponsor does not need to reside with you just to supplement what is required by law to show the availability of requisite financial amounts to qualify the combined income for the Petition.
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Well explained, Sasha!
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My colleagues are correct.
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