Can I co-sign for a family member who wants to rent an apartment in Georgia while living in Maryland with my USC wife and we just recently filed 1-751? will the co-signing become a problem to getting my approval? Please help out.
Only if you are not in a good faith marriage and you are actually living somewhere else.
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You are not submitting an affidavit of support at this stage, so USCIS is no longer looking at your assets and ability to support your wife. Given that it’s a family member, it’s doubtful that USCIS would consider it suspicious. The burden of proof at this stage is to show that you and your wife remain in a bona fide marriage. Offering to co-sign for a different relative generally doesn’t have any effect on showing that your marriage is bona fide or genuine.
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