Parents complete I-864 or I-864A? Please help

Asked almost 5 years ago - Houston, TX

My spouse is a US citizen and she is sponsoring me for green card. She is a student and lives with her parents. Since she doesn't have any income, we are using her parents income to meet the minimum income requirements.

She has completed I-864 while her parents have completed her I-864A. Is this an acceptable way to meet the financial support requirements? Is there any chances of problems later with this way?

Or Is it worthwhile to wait till her parents come back from vacation and sign I-864 as a joint sponsor instead of I-864A?

Please advise..

Thank You

Attorney answers (1)

  1. Isaul Verdin

    Contributor Level 16

    Answered . Based on your facts, either form is appropriate. Best of luck.

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