The I-864 states: obligations under a Form I-864 ... will end if the person who becomes a lawful permanent resident based on that affidavit ... no longer has lawful permanent resident status and has departed the United States.
My ex-husband departed the US and lost conditional resident status several months after departing.
Will I receive notice from USCIS that my I-864 financial obligations are terminated? Can I reference to the USCIS to check his I-94 log to show he departed? Should I send a copy of the travel itinerary to USCIS to further prove he left?
1. " My ex-husband departed the US and lost conditional resident status after departing. Am I now free from liability of the I-864?" As long as husband does not return to the US until 10 years have passed from the time you executed the I-864, yes.
2. " Will I receive notice from USCIS that my I-864 financial obligations are terminated? " No - certainly not. They've got better things to do..
3. Their "system" is (electronically) aware of the fact that he in fact left and is no longer in the country.
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