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i planned to have my mother as my co-sponsor but she was recently told by someone who traveled to america on a business visa that she can not be co-sponsor since she receives government aid such as food stamps even though she makes enough to cover us and they may not approve her because she filled bankruptcy 4 years ago. i would like to know is that true? what are the circumstances that would disqualify any sponsor?

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no its not true. The USC can get aid anytime they want to.

Its the immigrant that cannot collect on certain things like food stamps and means tested benefits etc.


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On a similar note, I have a question. I am marrying an immigrant and we have two sponsors because my income is very tiny. I am also receiving food stamps currently, though I hope that I will be able to get off them this year. Does anybody know if my receiving food stamps to help feed my children will make to spousal visa process more difficult? My babys father is already living in the US on a B1/B2

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On a similar note, I have a question. I am marrying an immigrant and we have two sponsors because my income is very tiny. I am also receiving food stamps currently, though I hope that I will be able to get off them this year. Does anybody know if my receiving food stamps to help feed my children will make to spousal visa process more difficult? My babys father is already living in the US on a B1/B2

How would anyone even know? Let alone care...


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Yes it can make them less apt to approve. You and your UCS children are allowed to collect, but they sometime say that if you are already on food stamps , how can the new immigrant not fall into need also ( just because you have the co sponsor doens't mean they will allow someone in if they feel there is a high risk that they will be collecting ) If your husband has good job prospect highlight those ( hopefully he isn't working on a visitors visa )


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Yes it can make them less apt to approve. You and your UCS children are allowed to collect, but they sometime say that if you are already on food stamps , how can the new immigrant not fall into need also ( just because you have the co sponsor doens't mean they will allow someone in if they feel there is a high risk that they will be collecting ) If your husband has good job prospect highlight those ( hopefully he isn't working on a visitors visa )

Why are people always jumping to incriminate themselves?


What does it mean if you don't know the number above 2 and below 4? Am I a robot? Or a monkey perhaps?

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