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I am a green card holder and working legally here in U.S with my parents for almost two years now. My Aunt was the one who petitioned us and brought us here. but recently, we had a misunderstanding and she got mad up to the point that she actually kind of threatened me about my residency. so does she have the right to revoke my permanent residency just because of a family misunderstanding?

-I have a green card and has social security

-filed income tax return ever since i started working

-no criminal records

-never went out of the U.S ever since I migrated last December 2013


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lol. She can't do anything. Don't worry about your GC or your parent's GC


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You could remind her of her obligations under the I 864.


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She has neither the right nor the ability to deport you. Even if you were illegal and/or had a criminal record, she would still have no ability or right to deport you. That right rests solely with the US Government and they're quite used to blow-hards complaining about someone they are upset with. They would ignore her. You should do the same.

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Do what boiler said lol that should make her pipe down. She can't revoke your residency.


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To add to what others have said. Remember according to you, she brought you to the States, she's like a finger that has fed you before now. Don't look down on her. No matter what, she deserves all the respect she needs from you and all around her.

What's actually the family misunderstanding that's making her threatening you excluding your parents? I wont like to know it but asked so u can find away of resolving it amicably even if she cant deport you. Don't easily forget yesterday because it has a bearing on the future.

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To add to what others have said. Remember according to you, she brought you to the States, she's like a finger that has fed you before now. Don't look down on her. No matter what, she deserves all the respect she needs from you and all around her.

What's actually the family misunderstanding that's making her threatening you excluding your parents? I wont like to know it but asked so u can find away of resolving it amicably even if she cant deport you. Don't easily forget yesterday because it has a bearing on the future.

Threatening to deport him does a pretty good job of hacking away most respect she has earned by bringing him here in the first place.

As mentioned nobody but the gov can deport. Anybody can complain to the government about your behavior, which in turn could result in deportation if that behavior qualifies. Getting angry at a family function obviously doesn't; it would have to be a deportable offense, not just an angry aunt.


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You could remind her of her obligations under the I 864.

HAHAHAHA! Yes, this. Tell her this.

She has no right to deport you BUT she must support you should you decide to leave her "hostile" environment.

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I am a green card holder and working legally here in U.S with my parents for almost two years now. My Aunt was the one who petitioned us and brought us here. but recently, we had a misunderstanding and she got mad up to the point that she actually kind of threatened me about my residency. so does she have the right to revoke my permanent residency just because of a family misunderstanding?

-I have a green card and has social security

-filed income tax return ever since i started working

-no criminal records

-never went out of the U.S ever since I migrated last December 2013

No there is nothing that she can do to deport you. She is making empty threats.


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No there is nothing that she can do to deport you. She is making empty threats.

Only the government can deport you. since you are a legal permanent resident, I doubt they can revoke your green card without due legal process prior to deporting you.

Tell your aunt that you are in America now, so she should work with you to resolve the matter amicably. However you must not forget she helped you get here, and that's the only reason you are here.

In any case, remind her that for the next several years either a bush or a Clinton will be in the white house so deportation of anyone is unlikely. In fact expect comprehensive immigration reform very soon.

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I am a green card holder and working legally here in U.S with my parents for almost two years now. My Aunt was the one who petitioned us and brought us here. but recently, we had a misunderstanding and she got mad up to the point that she actually kind of threatened me about my residency. so does she have the right to revoke my permanent residency just because of a family misunderstanding?

-I have a green card and has social security

-filed income tax return ever since i started working

-no criminal records

-never went out of the U.S ever since I migrated last December 2013

nope


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