1. the amount he must make is $18,912 ... thus he makes enough
2. yes, your assets/income can be added to his form
3. no, you can not self-support ... he must sign the form
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You can add your income under item 24b of the I-864 regarding household income. You would need to provide evidence that your income will continue from your two current jobs after you have become a lawful permanent resident. You do not need to complete an additional form unless you have accompanying children. See the step-by-step instructions for the I-864 in the link provided below.
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How many members are there in your household? If there are only two of you, your husband's $20,000 income should be enough. See the poverty guideline of 2011. Make sure your husband's income can be verified.
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You are allowed to include your income on Form I-864, as long as you can show that your income will continue after you become a permanent resident.Ask a similar question