Use form I-864, You can download the form and instructions at
Make sure it is properly documented with proof she is a U.S. citizen of permanent resident, 3 years of federal tax returns with W-2, 3 recent paycheck stubs and employment confirmation letter if possible. Also submit a copy of her driver's license or utility bill to show that she is currently residing in the U.S.
The form that she will need to file is the I-864. You, as the petitioner, should also file one.
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Both you and her need to file an I-864
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Hello. Per the Form I-864 (Affidavit of Support) instructions, even though you do not meet the income requirement, you still have to submit a completed Form I-864 with your husband's adjustment of status package. Your mother will need to submit a SEPARATE Form I-864.
THAT SAID, I am curious as to how you were scheduled for an interview if your package was incomplete. It is best that you consult with an immigration attorney before you attend the interview.
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