San Antonio, TX asked in Immigration Law for Texas

Q: Moving while AOS and I130 Pending. Is the former household sponsor still acceptable?


My wife and I live at home with her parents so we want to add her step dad as a household sponsor to meet the income requirements. In this case he would have to fill out Form I864A. But what happens if we filed everything now, put him as a household sponsor and then maybe move in about a year. There no set move planned but what if that happened. Would his sponsorship contract with my wife and her stepdad still be valid and everything would be ok? Because at the time of filing he would definitely be a household sponsor we can add but we don't know if we'll move at some point since the process takes so long

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Alexander Ivakhnenko
Alexander Ivakhnenko
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Wheeling, IL

A: The submission will be as submitted on all merits with the included co-sponsor on file per I-864 and I-864A. However, shall your personal financials or co-sponsorship change you may always update the pending file with current updates accordingly.

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