If your husband is a U.S. Citizen, he would have to file a Form I-864, Affidavit of Support along with the I-130 petition on your behalf. If your husband goes back to school, or is unemployed and cannot meet the income requirements, he would have to get a Joint Sponsor (who is at least 18 years old and is a U.S. citizen or “green card” holder) who agrees to submit an affidavit of support to sponsor you.
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If you are approved before he goes back to school there will be no problem, otherwise, you will need a joint sponsor on the affidavit of support [and may already need a joint sponsor].
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He needs to have sufficient income at the time of application and adjudication.
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If your soon to be husband is not working, you can still get sponsored by him as long as you have another co-financial sponsor who meets the guildlines to support you.Ask a similar question