Q: After interview officer requested a new joint sponsor kindly tell me where I add new joint sponsor?
A: A reputable immigration attorney can assist you with adding a joint sponsor
If the USCIS officer requested a new joint sponsor after your interview, you may need to submit a new Form I-864, Affidavit of Support, with the information and supporting documents for the new joint sponsor.
You should submit the new Form I-864 along with any other required documentation to the USCIS office that is processing your application. Depending on the type of application, you may need to submit it either online or by mail.
It is recommended that you carefully review the USCIS instructions for your specific application to determine the correct procedure for submitting the new Form I-864 and any supporting documents. If you are uncertain about the process or have any questions, you may want to consult with an experienced immigration attorney to ensure that your application is completed correctly and efficiently.
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