i ask before about the same purpose "naturalization" but i forget ask something.... i get my residence by marriage also we are together with a baby and he is my sponsor, in 90 days i will have my 3 years of residence by marriage and i will send the application for naturalization but:
in those tree years i request a LIEPI program (energy assistance", this means one public organization from the state paid for me one single time 3 months of energy (light)) . Also one single time the same public assistance paid for my one month of my mortgage., and i receive emergency medicaid to paid my delivery when my baby born!
all this happen in 2012. Right now i am receiving for my Daughter and husband medicaid.
CAN I SEN THE APPLICATION TO NATURALIZATION? WHAT CAN HAPPEN IF I SEND IT?
sorry the question is : CAN I SEND THE APPLICATION? WHAT CAN HAPPENS IF I SEND IT? WHAT SHOULD I DO? SORRY WITH MR. STEPHEN AND MR. DEAN, BUT EVERYONE CAN BE SPECIFIC! MR. STEPHEN CONFUSED ME ! NOW I AM MORE CONFUSED!
There is a big difference between being likely to become a public charge, and being removable as a public charge. You are probably not subject to removal as a public charge.
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I agree with my colleagues. Be sure to read my disclaimer below. Good luck to you.
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