You need to answer the questions honestly. Your husband can file a form I-864A to show his income.
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Are you sure that it's time to file the I-864?
If you only have a greencard, how is your new spouse being sponsored?
If you file an I-130 for him, it will be a couple of years before the affidavit is needed.
Meet with an attorney to make sure you're doing the right thing.
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I agree with Mr. Capriotti. How did you figure that out that AOS is due?
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