My USC husband's parents are co signing on my green card. When filing out an I-864 are they a) Petitioner or d) only the joint sponsor?
Both petitioner and joint sponsor MUST file an I-864 even though petitioner has no income or low income.
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BOTH the petitioner and the co-sponsor must EACH file their individual I-864s.
The petitioner, as the sponsor, MUST file an Affidavit, irregardless of whether he or she had any income. That's the law
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