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 Hi guys.  Was just wondering, how can someone withdraw before getting green card?  I am the petitioner & sole sponsor.  He has an appt for biometrics next week & will probably be issued his working permit shortly after that, but it will be a while before we get an appointment for AOS/green card.  Thanks.  Unfortunately, things didn't work out.

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13 minutes ago, Allaboutwaiting said:

You can withdraw the affidavit of support with a written statement sent by mail. Once sent, it cannot be revoked.

Please, can you tell me where the statement should be mailed?  I am not thinking properly right now.  Thank you for your help.

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5 minutes ago, PandT said:

Please, can you tell me where the statement should be mailed?  I am not thinking properly right now.  Thank you for your help.

USCIS Chicago lockbox -were the AOS was sent- and your USCIS local office -where the interview would take place-.

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5 hours ago, Allaboutwaiting said:

You can withdraw the affidavit of support with a written statement sent by mail. Once sent, it cannot be revoked.

Does the written statement need to be detailed or simply that I want to withdraw the Affidavit of Support?  We simply don't get along & it has not been a real marriage.  Thank you.

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6 hours ago, PandT said:

I want to withdraw the Affidavit of Support

Is all you need to state along with the A number and any the AOS receipt.   Send it to the lockbox and the the local office.


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