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    hi, me and my family recently got our immigrant visas approved (F-4 family sponsored case). we are indian citizens originally
    the question i have is that, if the principal applicant decides to abandon his green card, what would happen to the other beneficiaries in that case?
    please help me out here.
    Last edited by hipposterboy; 04-18-2019, 07:49 AM.

  • #2
    Now that everyone has GC, each one is responsible for their own. This is what I understand. So if principal decides not to keep GC the others are not affected.
    Nov 2018 - Package sent - EB - Texas Service Center
    Day 1 - Package received at lockbox
    Day 12 - Case/Fingerprint Fee Received
    Day 34 - Fingerprint appointment
    Day 104/105 - EAD - New card is being produced (principal/spouse & child)
    Day 170 - Still no courtesy letter.

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    • #3
      how sure are you about this?
      should we maybe consult an immigration attorney?

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      • #4
        Pretty sure, if you have an unrestricted GC.
        You should always consult an immigration attorney in important matters and not just rely on information from public forums, even when, sometimes, you get better information from the forums than from some lawyers (they don't know all and some just want to charge for everything).
        Nov 2018 - Package sent - EB - Texas Service Center
        Day 1 - Package received at lockbox
        Day 12 - Case/Fingerprint Fee Received
        Day 34 - Fingerprint appointment
        Day 104/105 - EAD - New card is being produced (principal/spouse & child)
        Day 170 - Still no courtesy letter.

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        • #5
          yeah that's pretty much the case with attorneys.
          we will get an unrestricted GC, it is a family sponsored case.
          thanks for your help.

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          • #6
            hey, i got one ore question.
            what would happen if one of the beneficiaries is a minor?
            he is 17 years old.

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