More information is needed. Do these two people live together? How 'short' is the primary sponsor?
Have you closely read the I-864 instructions.
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In theory yes, but can quickly become quite tricky.. Avoid this scenario if you can. Use only if no other alternative. Best to keep things simple and find one financially able co-sponsor.
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It is possible, but you must read the instructions carefully to determine whether all these combined sponsors will meet the requirements. Remember that income requirements are based on household size, so for each sponsor from outside the intending immigrant's household, you must look at what income is available after that sponsor provides for his or her own household.
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