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What If Your Immigration Sponsor Withdraws? - AllLaw.com

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If your immigration sponsor decides to withdraw his or her petition, you may have ... or if someone faked being your sibling, you could lose your green card.

What If I Change My Mind About Petitioning for My Family Member to ...

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After Filing the Visa Petition But Before USCIS Approves It ... Even after USCIS has approved the visa petition for your relative, you can still withdraw it until and ... to sponsor your relative anymore – feel free to ask USCIS to cancel the petition.

Withdrawal of Affidavit of Support Contract

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Affidavit of support can be withdrawn prior to a grant of Lawful permanent resident ... of an Immigrant visa via a US embassy abroad, and the Principal sponsor, ...

Family-Based Green Cards | US Immigration Lawyer, Law Offices of ...

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Sponsoring brother from Vietnam, and he just has a new baby. .... And my previous I-140 is not withdrawn by company A. So my question is can we apply for ...

How do I cancel my application for family sponsorship?

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Immigration. My application · Immigrate · Visit ... Home · Immigration and citizenship · Help Centre · All Topic · Sponsoring your family · Help Centre what do you ...

Is Green card application an issue for visa approval? [Archive ...

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If they were to apply for a visit visa again in Jan 2012, considering that my sister. ... current may be in another 6 yrs (applied by sister of mother-in-law). ... Since I send all the documents as sponsor I thought let them both go ...

Sponsor your relatives

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Apr 15, 2014 ... If you sponsor a relative to come to Canada as a permanent resident, you ... you will need to meet the terms of Quebec's immigration program.

40 - Sponsorship for migration to Australia - Department of ...

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A sponsor for applicants applying for a Parent category visa,. Contributory Parent ... partner, child, brother, sister, parent, step-child, step-parent, step-brother or ...

Proving Nonimmigrant Intent for a U.S. Visa - U.S. & China Visa Law ...

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Jul 11, 2014 ... She can submit a withdrawal letter to USCIS by mail. ..... There's no “sponsorship” required for B-2 visitors, but they'll need to show (a) how their ... I B1/B2 visa expires in 2020 and my sister (american citizen) wants to filled the ...

Visa Lawyers Australia | Australian Immigration | Frequently Asked ...

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Your FAQs answered on Australian visa applications and types, including: ... Employer Sponsorship, Family & Partner Visas, Student Visas and how to ... Q: I am an Australian permanent resident and would like to bring my adult brother/ sister ...

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Can you withdraw from immigration sponsorship? - Q&A - Avvo

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Apr 13, 2013 ... My brother had agreed to sponsor my mom's husband to get his green card. he has an interview next month but my brother is afraid that he will ...

Bringing Siblings to Live in the United States as Permanent - USCIS

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Apr 1, 2011 ... EligibilityTo petition to bring your sibling (brother or sister) to live in ... the process , the U.S. citizen petitioner (i.e. the sponsor) must submit: ... Can my sibling come to the United States to live while the visa petition is pending?

Affidavit of Support | USCIS

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Aug 29, 2013 ... The sponsor is usually the petitioner of an immigrant petition for a family member. ... The law concerning affidavits of support is found in Immigration and ... Fourth Preference: Brothers and sisters of adult U.S. citizens, their ...