I received my residence a few months ago by my husband ( three years ) , but now we are going through financial difficulties since 2012 , in that year he asked for Medicaid and food stamps , and we are asking now for help to save our home ( Florida harvest hit found to prevent forcefulness ) . I want to get citizenship and my question is , can i request a fee waiver for the application without being deported ? my husband and i bought a house in 2011 and also we have a child !
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Yes, there is a difference between being a public charge, and the ground of inadmissibility of "likely to become a public charge". You have not filed for medicaid, food stamps, or any other needs based public benefits, rather your spouse did. Since you are not actually a public charge you do not risk removal.
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