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5 minutes ago, PolarBearCBB said:

everyone is misunderstanding me, i wanna know if i apply for benefits will she lose permanent residence, and be deported as public charge. she omly has a small part time job, and we are struggling badly. i am unable to work right now. due to my car accident.

Deportation doesn't work like that and it does not happen for those reasons.

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Where are you in the process, have you been interviewed?


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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5 minutes ago, samuelam said:

It has lots of variance, do you have any asset and number of member in your family?  SSA will require you to submit you bank statement, doctor statement, etc...

no assests, my mother is dissbled, me and wife stay with her. wife makes 12k a year, part time, ive lost my job, no insurance or unemployment. need fin help bad. was in a bad car accident.

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5 minutes ago, PolarBearCBB said:

everyone is misunderstanding me, i wanna know if i apply for benefits will she lose permanent residence, and be deported as public charge. she omly has a small part time job, and we are struggling badly. i am unable to work right now. due to my car accident.

Difficult to comprehend how on one hand you are struggling badly that you are asking about disability, Medicaid, and food stamps.  Then on the other hand you plan to fly your wife to her country to attend a graduation.


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Not sure anybody can help you without knowing your situation, if you have not be interviewed, you have not had to meet the sponsorship requirements sounds like you will need a Joint Sponsor.


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1 minute ago, Boiler said:

Where are you in the process, have you been interviewed?

already interviewed. just waiting to send 4 marriage support letters and our photo ablum we forgot.

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Then you are probably OK.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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Just now, gregcrs2 said:

Difficult to comprehend how on one hand you are struggling badly that you are asking about disability, Medicaid, and food stamps.  Then on the other hand you plan to fly your wife to her country to attend a graduation.

it was planned before my car accident. her sister graduates from university. 

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1 minute ago, PolarBearCBB said:

no assests, my mother is dissbled, me and wife stay with her. wife makes 12k a year, part time, ive lost my job, no insurance or unemployment. need fin help bad. was in a bad car accident.

Go to SSA and your state Department of Human Services to apply for your benefit.

 

Also, you could go to ssa.gov to get your monthly estimated disability benefits and apply online.

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6 minutes ago, Boiler said:

Where are you in the process, have you been interviewed?

already intervuewed we didnt need joint sponsor. just needed more bills with our names, and our photos we forgot. so 4 marriage support letters, and the photos, and they send her green card in the mail.

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7 minutes ago, Boiler said:

Then you are probably OK.

 

Just now, PolarBearCBB said:

already intervuewed we didnt need joint sponsor. just needed more bills with our names, and our photos we forgot. so 4 marriage support letters, and the photos, and they send her green card in the mail.

See above


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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1 minute ago, PolarBearCBB said:

already intervuewed we didnt need joint sponsor. just needed more bills with our names, and our photos we forgot. so 4 marriage support letters, and the photos, and they send her green card in the mail.

Great!!  Wish you and wife the best of luck. And speedy recovery.

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1 hour ago, PolarBearCBB said:

just dont want her to lose permanrnt residence and or be a public charge. its the AOS green card not full green card.

It is a GC but the GC she gets will only be a 2 year GC after the 2 years you guys will have to remove conditions (ROC) to get the 10 year GC. So maybe start saving up for that a little at the time. 

 

Also so agree with above seems like your priorities are all wrong when you hardly can afford to live, don’t have insurance or anything. 

Yes she wants to go home but accident happened and priorities have to be changed. 

Paying plane ticket seems so wrong. Help her find a full time job instead! 


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02/02/16....I-129F mailed to Lewisville, TX                                                                       08/25/16....AOS package mailed to Chicago, IL

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1 hour ago, PolarBearCBB said:

everyone is misunderstanding me, i wanna know if i apply for benefits will she lose permanent residence, and be deported as public charge. she omly has a small part time job, and we are struggling badly. i am unable to work right now. due to my car accident.

Sorry but the original post wasn’t very clear and further postings convoluted. You do not need to worry about her being deported. Currently, Medicaid and food stamps are not considered for public charge purposes. Just make sure you follow through w whatever you are submitting for her AOS. 🙂 good luck.


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As a USC you are entitled to any benefit any other USC could get, she is considered a public charge if SHE ends up getting those benefits in her name because you couldn’t provide.

 

while yes, she will technically benefit from any benefits you receive, as long as she isn’t the primary receiver it’s fine.


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