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    My wife, a USC is sponpsoring me for naturalization, she does not have income right now. I m an H1 employee, we have filed last three tax jointly. We donot find any other cosponsor, can I be a cosponsor in my wife's sponsorship petition and can I filed I-864A along with her affidavit I-864. Please provide your suggestion what else we should do. I ll appreciate.

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    My wife, a USC is sponpsoring me for naturalization, she does not have income right now. I m an H1 employee, we have filed last three tax jointly. We donot find any other cosponsor, can I be a cosponsor in my wife's sponsorship petition and can I filed I-864A along with her affidavit I-864. Please provide your suggestion what else we should do. I ll appreciate.

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    • #3
      Rahi... you can use your assets to co-sponser yourself but not your income.

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        So as you are saying that if I can use only my assets, what if those are not sufficient than do I need another sponsor? please advice me that if my wife found a job but howmuch she should be making to be my sponsor.

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          2003 HHS Poverty Guidelines
          Size of
          Family Unit 48 Contiguous
          States and D.C. Alaska Hawaii
          1 $ 8,980 $11,210 $10,330
          2 12,120 15,140 13,940
          3 15,260 19,070 17,550
          4 18,400 23,000 21,160
          5 21,540 26,930 24,770
          6 24,680 30,860 28,380
          7 27,820 34,790 31,990
          8 30,960 38,720 35,600
          For each additional
          person, add 3,140 3,930 3,610

          http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/03poverty.htm

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          • #6
            Rahi, maybe I am misunderstanding your question, but... you can't go straight from H1 to becoming a US Citizen first. First, you need to become a permanent resident.

            If you are applying to become a PR, and if you and your spouse have been living together for at least 6 months, you can count both your incomes.

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