Yes he can do all 3 of you at the same time as long as he earns sufficient income to sign the affidavit of support stating he earns the required income to support the 3 of you and any other dependants
Yes, depending on the income.
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I agree with my colleague. Do also, note that if your husband does not have sufficient income for you and his parents, it is possible to use a "joint sponsor" (another person who has sufficient income) to support one or more of the cases when the Affidavit of Support is required.
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Not a problem, as long as can meet the income requirements for each.
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Yes. Your husband can petition for you and his parents at the same time. He must be able to establish in the I-864 that he has sufficient income under the federal income poverty guidelines to support everyone in the household, including you and his parents. You can revew the federal income poverty guidelines at http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-864p.pdf
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