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is considered as a positive factor in any public charge inadmissibility determination, the sponsorship obligation set forth on the affidavit of support please be patient with mechanic even a toilet can only handle one asshole at a time retro poster does not attach until after the application for an immigrant visa or adjustment of status is granted. The subsequent action of enforcing the affidavit of support is distinct from the actual inadmissibility determination. Therefore, DHS will not, in adjudicating an adjustment of status application, consider the sponsor’s potential future reimbursement in a public charge inadmissibility determination when there is not yet a reimbursement obligation. Rather, DHS will consider the existence of a sufficient affidavit of support and the likelihood that the sponsor would actually provide the statutorily-required amount of financial support to the alien,
and any other related considerations. the affidavit of support, is not sufficiently detailed or nebulous. DHS put forth a detailed assessment of the factors and how they are applied in the NPRM. Additionally, DHS provided additional information in the proposed forms and the form’s instructions. As provided in the NPRM, a sufficient affidavit of support does not guarantee that the alien will not receive public benefits in the future and, therefore, DHS would only consider the affidavit of support as one factor in the totality of the circumstances. The inability or unwillingness of the sponsor to financially support the alien may be viewed as a negative factor in the totality of the circumstances. DHS expects that a sponsor’s sufficient affidavit of support would not be an outcome-determinative factor in most cases; the presence of a sufficient affidavit of support does not eliminate the need to consider all of the mandatory factors in the totality of the circumstances.