Yes. But you will have two problems. First, you need a joint sponsor who will contractually obligate themselves to repay the US government if you (not your spouse) uses government "means tested" benefits. Second, assuming you and your wife have very few (no?) assets held jointly, you will need to be more creative and much better prepared to show that you have a bona fide marriage.
You should always consult with an experienced immigration attorney to make certain that the advice you received is appropriate for your particular immigration case.
Yes, but you will need a co-sponsor.
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I agree with my colleagues .... you need a co-sponsor for the I-864.
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