I received an Request For Evidence ( RFE ) from the DHS. The initial evidence I am to submit are as a result of the joint sponsor making errors on his form. He checked certain boxes that if he left unchecked would not have triggered the letter. He makes $186,000 a year but he checked filled section 24 of the I-864. He meet the at least 125 % of the poverty line and there does not need any household member of his household size of 6 to fill the form I-864A.I was thinking that if the joint sponsor is on a $186,000 annual income there is no need for the household members especially when his dependents are one college kid, 19 years and in college and works at Stein Mart on vacations. Another kid about 29 years in medical school and the one I'm married to, 26, in law school...Please advise...
Yes a corrected form can be submitted. Maybe you should hire a professional to do this.
File a corrected form ... with the help of an attorney ... this is not the time to try saving money.
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