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I submitted my i1751 that my wife sign before she was criticaly sick, after 7 days of submiting the package, my wife died on cancer, now my questions are

1.  Should i call uscis to notify them about her death and submit her death certificate?or should file another i1751 as waiver

..2...her daughters keep threatening me that they will call immigration to take her husband who sponsor my affidavit of support during i130 name out if i do not do what they ask for during her burial, ..the reason is that we could not find her life insurance policy and this require me to pay 6000 dollars for funeral home from my pocket and still her daughter keep threatening me as her burial is scheduled for next  week, i need advice

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5 minutes ago, dady12 said:

I submitted my i1751 that my wife sign before she was criticaly sick, after 7 days of submiting the package, my wife died on cancer, now my questions are

1.  Should i call uscis to notify them about her death and submit her death certificate?or should file another i1751 as waiver

..2...her daughters keep threatening me that they will call immigration to take her husband who sponsor my affidavit of support during i130 name out if i do not do what they ask for during her burial, ..the reason is that we could not find her life insurance policy and this require me to pay 6000 dollars for funeral home from my pocket and still her daughter keep threatening me as her burial is scheduled for next  week, i need advice

Sorry for your loss.

I would contact USCIS and advise them of your wife's death and to request the waiver.  There is nothing the sponsor can do to have you deported or remove the sponsorship. You need to take care only of yourself after taking care of your wife's arrangements.


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Filed: Timeline
1 minute ago, Paul & Mary said:

Sorry for your loss.

I would contact USCIS and advise them of your wife's death and to request the waiver.  There is nothing the sponsor can do to have you deported or remove the sponsorship. You need to take care only of yourself after taking care of your wife's arrangements.

Ok thanks for the urgent reply as i am worried about their threat of getting me deported as i save all thier message of every single day

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
Timeline

They cannot do anything to you immigration wise... Sorry for your lose... Give her a good burial mourn your loss and contact USCIS


Speak the truth even if your voice shakes

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40 minutes ago, Sparkle Sparkle said:

They cannot do anything to you immigration wise... Sorry for your lose... Give her a good burial mourn your loss and contact USCIS

Thank you as i am going to do my best to pay her the respect she deserved, i am just been scared about the threat to my immigration process because they keep saying it on every moment 

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Nepal
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In this time of suffering, if they make another threat regarding that, scare them back saying the sponsor can never withdraw for almost 10 years or until you become citizen before that and you are gonna use maximum public charge during all those years and the government will collect the money from the sponsor.


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1 hour ago, arken said:

In this time of suffering, if they make another threat regarding that, scare them back saying the sponsor can never withdraw for almost 10 years or until you become citizen before that and you are gonna use maximum public charge during all those years and the government will collect the money from the sponsor.

Thank you as you just educate me on what to do ,i will give my wife the befitting burial she deserve and if they continue to threaten me i will open up to educate them of what they signed,thanks

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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1 hour ago, arken said:

In this time of suffering, if they make another threat regarding that, scare them back saying the sponsor can never withdraw for almost 10 years or until you become citizen before that and you are gonna use maximum public charge during all those years and the government will collect the money from the sponsor.

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