You file two. One for you with no income and one for the mother. if your husband worked with enough income and lived with you at least last 6 months, you do not need the mother. He can sponsor himself by filing I-864A
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You still need to file I-864 while your mother would file I-864A. I would strongly suggest you work with a qualified immigration attorney to petition for your spouse.
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You must file an I-864 regardless of your income. If your income is not enough, then you must find a co-sponsor to also file an I-864.
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Even though you do not work, as sponsor, you will complete an I-864. Your mother will complete one also as Co-Sponsor. Do consult an experienced immigration attorney for assistance.
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You and your mother each file separate I864s. If your husband has been working legally he may be able to file I864a and you use his income.
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