Normally the household member of the primary I-864 person files the I-864A.
But, being on E-2 hurts your husband's ability.
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Your husband is not a joint sponsor. He could be a household member, whose income can be counted to meet the Affidavit of Support requirements. Experienced immigration attorneys will be able to assist you with the form and supporting documents. If you are doing it yourself, it may be a good idea to seek an attorney to help you with at least I-864 so that you can avoid unnecessary mistakes and stress.
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My colleagues are correct. The husband is a household member and needs to file I864A
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I agree with my colleagues; your spouse is a household member. In addition, when you attach the tax returns to the I-864 for filing you must attach the W-2's, 1099's or other form of income verification. The income verification should match exactly the income stated on your taxes.