You can reapply for adjustment of status. Get a co-sponsor, if necessary, for the affidavit of support.
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You can refile adjustment of status application. You should talk to an immigration attorney to see what you can do, if anything, to avoid getting the same result again.
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I agree with my colleague that you can re-file for adjustment of status. Assuming you husband is U.S. Citizen, the denial of your first application for Green Card with its accompanying warning language urging you to depart do not bar you from re-applying. A competent immigration attorney should be able to help you to identify additional financial resources you can tap to get you through the public charge issue.
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The first denial will have no effect on your second application. Do not leave, re-apply but make sure you and your husband meet the requirements in Form I-864P. You may need an additional sponsor and you do need a lawyer.