My father is filing as joint sponsor for my spouse as my income as a student has not met the poverty guidelines. Since he files taxes jointly with my mother, she is filing a form I-864A as a household member of the joint sponsor, ie my dad who is filing the I-864. Unfortunately, my mother is frail and in very poor health and I am worried she may not make it by the time our we get a final decision on our petition. How do we proceed if she passes away before our interview? This is a sad situation to think through, nevertheless a possibility we as a family need to consider. Any advice would be appreciated.
This is an Immigration issue. I will try to change the desired area of law for you.
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I will try to change the category to immigration so you hopefully receive some responses.
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