Workers comp is for on the job injuries. Your question appears to be related to immigration law. I'll forward it over there for you.
Even though your wife does not make enough money, as your sponsor she is still required to file Form I-864. Your brother can be the joint sponsor. Form is the same (unless he resides in the same household, then its I-864A). You should consider working with an experienced attorney to make sure things are properly done.
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Yes your brother can be a joint sponsor on the affidavit of support. Your wife will still need to fill out the I-864. You should contact an immigration attorney to help you with this process.
Gabriela M. Lopez, Esq.
Both the petitioner and the co-sponsor must file an I-864
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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Your wife, as the petitioner, must file an affidavit of support even if she does not meet the income or asset requirements. Your brother can file as a joint sponsor.
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Your wife will need to file a affidavit of support because she is your sponsor. Although she is not working, she might might meet the income guidelines based on her assets (real estate, savings account, stocks, etc.)
If she still does not meet the income guidelines based on her assets, your brother can file an affidavit of support as a joint sponsor. There are specific rules as to how to count the number of dependents.
You should consult an attorney re: this situation.
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