Hi. I don't meet the income requirements but my husband have a savings account in his home country. Can we use that? Or by saying that the income must come from the same source means that it most come from work outside of the US?
You really should talk to an immigration lawyer. It appears that you aren't filling in the form correctly.
Or, your husband can transfer all the money into a US account in YOUR NAME.
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You really need to be working with an immigration attorney on the affidavit of support requirements. You don't seem to understand the I strict ions to this question and chances are three will be many other things and nuances you'll miss or answer wrongly.
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If you lived with your husband for 6 months in the same household during which time he was in a legal status in the USA, yes.
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