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Yes, it appears so. The ways that your obligations under an affidavit of support can be terminated are found in 8 CFR §213a.2(e)(2). There are five options: The immigrant (your ex-spouse) becomes a US citizen. The immigrant works for 40 quarters (10 years), earning enough money to be covered under Social Security during each of those quarters, and not ...


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I will address 3 issues: 1) whether going out of status will affect your pending I-485 application, 2) whether you accrue unlawful presence if you go out of status while I-485 is pending, and 3) whether you are deportable if you go out of status while I-485 is pending. In most categories, in order to be eligible for Adjustment of Status (I-485), you need to ...


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It's difficult to tell: it's possible that you could be hired, or that you can't be hired. The easy part, the third question, is that this is not a ban based on ethnicity or citizenship, it is based no residence, so it you are not in Iran, you're not a target of the ban. The sanctions prohibit the importation of certain services of Iranian origin (e.g. ...


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