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I'm asked to co-sponsor with my brother for his wife to come to the U.S. We are both U.S. Citizens. Being a co-sponsor
1) what if she incurs medical bills, somehow gets approved for public aid, bank loans, etc. and can't repay it and she gets sued by collection agencies/companies to whom she owes monies to-how does that affect me as a co-sponsor?
2) If I get married and "something happens" where I get sued because she owes some kind of public aid/debt, how does that affect my husband's finances? Can the govt go after his monies too?
Illinois (co-sponsor), Florida (main sponsor (husband to immigrant wife)In response to David Nabow Soloway's reply: (First thank you for your reply) How would the immigrant ever be approved for needs-based public assistance to begin with if her need for such public aid is based on my income to begin with? Thanks.