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Affidavit of Support Question

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My fiance and I are no longer together. She and I have decided to go our separate ways, for better or worse.

 

When I initially filed the I-129F, I also sent an I-864 with all the supporting documentation well over a year and a half ago. No reason for sending it that early. I guess I thought I had to from reading something somewhere. I never received any kind of NOA on the I-864. We never got married - never even began to fill out the I-485 AOS documentation. My question is, can the I-864 I submitted be held over my head now? I have written a letter to withdraw it but haven't sent the letter yet. If she cannot adjust status without me, the I-864 never really comes into play does it? Just wanted to make some sense of it. Chalk this one up as another example of K1 crash and burn. Thank you for your attention and advice. Have a nice day.

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3 minutes ago, Raul4 said:

My question is, can the I-864 I submitted be held over my head now?

No, it cannot.  Was the petition ever approved?  Good idea to withdraw the petition in writing.

 

5 minutes ago, Raul4 said:

If she cannot adjust status without me, the I-864 never really comes into play does it?

Correct.  You didn't marry, so she cannot adjust status through you at all.

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1 minute ago, Jorgedig said:

No, it cannot.  Was the petition ever approved?  Good idea to withdraw the petition in writing.

 

Yes. Everything was approved and she came to the USA. We never married. The split was as amicable as one can expect. Emotional but not angry. I do not know where she is now. I just wanted to make sure that I am not on the hook if she adjusts in some other way. Thank you for your reply! It does put me at ease a bit.

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1 minute ago, Raul4 said:

 

Yes. Everything was approved and she came to the USA. We never married. The split was as amicable as one can expect. Emotional but not angry. I do not know where she is now. I just wanted to make sure that I am not on the hook if she adjusts in some other way. Thank you for your reply! It does put me at ease a bit.

I think you're good.  Best wishes.

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