My wife is a the sponsor (AOS) for green card , She doesn't make enough money but I do .
What can I do now with I-864 ? Can I file a joint sponsor I-864 ? Do I need to file 2 separate I-864 ?
if your income was earned while being work authorized, then yes. Otherwise, no.
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If you had authorization to work with an EAd or a work visa , you can use your income.
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If you were not authorized t o work you may not be able to use your income. Have an immigration attorney review your case before you submit it as you may due more harm then good. I am in New York and there are many others also that would be able to assist you if you shall so desire.
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