I want to know if I can provide all RFE request without Affidavit of support.
The Affidavit of Support is provided by the Petitioner.
A consultation is recommended for further guidance and discussion of your case for a way forward.
Is the income deficient?
Your case will be denied if you do not meet the requirements of the Poverty Guidelines.
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It is a requirement that the petitioner complete and submit an Affidavit of Support, I-864. If the petitioner/sponsor doesn’t meet the minimum income requirements, then a second I-864 must be submitted by a joint sponsor or the petition will be denied and all the fees filed will be forfeit-the government doesn’t return the fees. Your question phrasing suggests your petition was missing several items. It may be a good idea to go see an immigration attorney ASAP, while you have time to answer that RFE. In a legal consultation you can learn what you must provide in order to keep your petition alive.
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