My father is retired, but makes enough from his income alone that only he needs to fill out the I-864 to be a joint sponsor for my wife.
Even so, my mother is adamant about including an I-864A for herself to show that she is a joint sponsor as well, especially since they file their taxes jointly.
So, since they file their taxes together, should they report the same tax information on the I-864A as on the I-864?
I've read not to include anything twice, like assets or incomes, but I doubt including the same tax information would be double, since it's obviously filed jointly.
My mother, for some reason, feels like she should leave it blank, because it's already been included on their main I-864. I don't believe that's the case.