No, it will not. But when your husband is filing for permanent resident status as your husband, you will need to submit financial documents to show your ability to financially support your husband. If your income is below a certain level, then you will need to find another person to serve as a joint sponsor for financial support purposes. I suggest that you meet with an experienced immigration attorney about the case, to prevent problems and to have the best chance of success.
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No, but when ready to file for him you must financially qualify and if you do not, he will need a financial joint sponsor
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