I know the main sponsor needs an income...but what about if he only have the co-sponsors? He needs an income but if he does not have one, then he can't sponsor the immigrant? Is a young couple... 19 and 18...so they're going to study.The USC is sponsoring his wife since he is only 19...he was studying, he finished high school, start working like one month, and that's it...he's looking for a job but is not easy and he and his wife want to start college...SO, because of all that, he DOES NOT have an income...as I said before...I know he needs an income...but what does he need to do if he doesn't have one? He may get the co-sponsor(me his mom) and that's it? Some of you say as long as you have the co-sponsor there's no problem, others that you need an income....or assets...they are young, so they don't have assets... so, my question is, having a co-sponsor fix the problem of no income or not? I can take care of them, I meet the income requirement, and I want them to study more than to be working right now...Thank you, and I hope you can answer question as soon as you can, and I hope to understand.