Hi, I have a question involving my immigration status and financial aid.
My status in the US is a permanent resident ( I have had a green card for almost a year) I obtained my green card from marriage to a US citizen.
When we filled for my green card my husband did not earn enough so we had a sponsor ( his mother).
I will like to start university sometime very soon, but I will surely need financial aid (my husband is a full time med student, so we basically live off loans)
my concerns are :
1. Am I in anyway violating any laws if I ( a permanent resident) receive financial aid?
2. Am I able to apply for financial aid?
3. Will this cause any legal problems with my husbands mother (my sponsor), if I do apply for financial aid? not sure what I am able to apply for being a Green card holder.
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