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    Hi I'm a new member. I married to an USC and we are living happily together. We are both students and because of this, I asked my USC husband mother to assist us with the affidative support. I got the green card without any trouble. However, my mother in law suddenly hated me and she wanna withdraw her cosponsorship. I would like to ask if she actually can do that after I already got the green card. If the answer is yes, would you please (any kind person) tell me how should I protect myself? Thanks!

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    Hi I'm a new member. I married to an USC and we are living happily together. We are both students and because of this, I asked my USC husband mother to assist us with the affidative support. I got the green card without any trouble. However, my mother in law suddenly hated me and she wanna withdraw her cosponsorship. I would like to ask if she actually can do that after I already got the green card. If the answer is yes, would you please (any kind person) tell me how should I protect myself? Thanks!

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    • #3
      No, she can't do very much. Apply for citizenship asap.

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      • #4
        Hey, Chromosomes

        No, there is nothing she can do now.

        That's what affidavit of supp. is for: you sign it, so no matter what you will have to fulfill your obligation in future.
        All she can do now is regret that she signed it for you, but unless you become a public charge she shall suffer no material loss.


        Good luck!

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        • #5
          I saw one ex spouse sue succesfully for support under the terms of the Affadavit....

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          • #6
            Really? The immigrant sued his/her ex-USC spouse for support, using the Affidavit of Support as a legal weapon? What kind of attorney did the ex-USC spouse have?
            The above is simply an opinion. Your mileage may vary. For immigration issues, please consult an immigration attorney.

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            • #7
              Hey guys, thank you!! you are really kind.

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              • #8
                No problem

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