No, the beneficiary never sees or is shown the Affidavit by any government agency, don't worry.
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No, it won't be shared as that is not necessary to proceed with the case. To be sure you could inform your lawyer that you want this information kept confidential.
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If you file FOIA REQUEST on you ur file your u will get a copy of all these documents.
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The FORM I-864 presented to USCIS by the FORM I -130 petitioner or by the co- sponsor will not be divulged by USCIS or DOS. However, if the FORM I -864 is the subject of a civil lawsuit , the beneficiary may be able to obtain a copy.
There is no requirement for the sponsor to show you the form, and if you do a freedom of information act request, USCIS will not provide all of the information that is someone else's private records.
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