What forms should I fill as the intending immigrant? I-864 or I-864a

Asked over 1 year ago - Boise, ID

I'm the intending immigrant and we are including my income for consideration. What application should I fill in conjunction with my spouses I-864? Another I-864 or I-864a?

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I should have clarified. I'm living with my wife (who's the petitioner) and my income is covering all of the financial requirements. My wife is a full time student. We have listed her income on I-864 as well. I have no dependents. I've worked lawfully in the US.

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  1. Carl Michael Shusterman

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    Answered . I agree

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  2. Myron Russell Morales

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    Answered . You should include the contract with a household member.

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  3. Christian Schmidt

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    Answered . I-864a if you have worked lawfully in the U.S.

  4. Haroen Calehr

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    Answered . If you are living in the same household just use the same I-864 and fill out the appropriate areas and questions to include your income as the intending immigrant and household member using your income and that of the petitioner.

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