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After becoming a conditional resident, does my 864 sponser still need to make above the required amount of money?

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Yes, she can work or quit as she wants. By the way, you are gonna work, aren't you?

 

I-864 is pretty much asked for first time green cards. After that, they hardly bring it up again.

 

Edited by NancyNguyen

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just  don't apply for government assistance such as food stamp, medicaid....your 10-year greencard possibly will get denied.

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1 minute ago, poh said:

just  don't apply for government assistance such as food stamp, medicaid....your 10-year greencard possibly will get denied.

It is a myth, fyi.

 


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2 minutes ago, NancyNguyen said:

It is a myth, fyi.

 

Please read....

 

https://www.uscis.gov/greencard/public-charge


 

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POE :

SS Application Sent:

2017-10-17, Approved!:D

2017-12-6

2017-12-12

Married:                                                              2018-1-8

SS Card Received:                                             2018-1-16

SS Application Sent(Name Change):             2018-1-17

AOS Application Sent:                                      2018-2-8

SS Card Received (Name Change):               2018-2-12

 

AOS Application Delivered:                             2018-2-13

AOS Application Accepted:                             2018-2-22

AOS NOA1 Received:                                        2018-2-26

AOS/EAP Biometrics NOA Received:            2018-3-2

AOS/EAP Biometrics Appointment:               2018-3-12

Interview Scheduled:                                         2018-7-6  

EAP/AP Card Received:                                   2018-7-19

Original interview Date :                                     2018-8-24  (USCIS Rescheduled due to Hurricane):cry:

Rescheduled Interview Date :                           2018-10-2, Approved!!  :D

GC Received :                                                     2018-10-18 :thumbs:

SS Card Update :                                                2018-10-19

SS Card Received:                                              2018-10-26
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Just now, poh said:

You must be new here, no one is denied on public charge EVER, at least until now. Most people apply for State assistance (gold card, food stamp...) which is not federal assistance. 

 


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12/31/2014: Fingerprinted

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05/05/2015: Oath letter was sent

05/22/2015: Oath Ceremony

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11 minutes ago, Morty92222 said:

What happens if she quits?

She can quit if she wishes. The I-864 requirement:

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What Does Signing Form I-864 Require Me To Do?

If an intending immigrant becomes a lawful permanent resident in the United States based on a Form I-864 that you have signed, then, until your obligations under Form I-864 terminate, you must:

A. Provide the intending immigrant any support necessary to maintain him or her at an income that is at least 125 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines for his or her household size (100 percent if you are the petitioning sponsor and are on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces or U.S. Coast Guard, and the person is your husband, wife, or unmarried child under 21 years of age); and

B. Notify U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) of any change in your address, within 30 days of the change, by filing Form I-865.

 

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