You? Yes you do. Your husband? I would not be so sure. I-130 does not require proof of income only genuine nature of the marriage and of course your eligibility to be a petitioner. Talk to an immigration attorney locally. You will need "heavy artillery" if you are to stand any chance of success. If you cannot afford one talk to "free" people on www.immigrationlawhelp.org.
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Your father could be the co-sponsor on the I-864. The immigrant waiver to cure your husband's multiple inadmissibility grounds maybe possible. It depends upon not only a showing of extreme hardship that you and your children have suffered but also his rehabilitation from crime. His repeated attempts to crossing into the country will not help. This process will be long and up hill. But it can be done.
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I agree with my colleagues. Speak with an immigration attorney to see if a waiver is possible with the prior burglary. Also, your father can help as a sponsor.
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The most difficult issue in your husband's case is not your income level but rather his criminal history. You should not try to handle his case without the assistance of an experienced immigration attorney, preferably one who has handled waiver cases in the country he is from.