This question is more appropriate for immigration attorneys. Social Security attorneys generally specialize in Social Security Disability questions and some related SS pension issues. Best of luck to you.
Your husband is the petitioner so he must complete an affidavit of support (he can list that he is a student). However, you can get a co-sponsor to help him sponsor you financially.
Please consult an immigration attorney. This does not constitute legal advice.
passport is not the only document to prove one's citizenship, if your husband was born in the U.S., his birth certificate would do.
In terms of financial support issue, you may have someone else to be the joint sponsor. Consult with an immigration attorney.
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