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I am sorry to hear about this situation. There is no standard form for withdrawal of sponsorship, so the person simply sends a letter, instead. The letter may be very simple. Example below:
To Whom It May Concern:
Re: I-130 Application for (name of foreign spouse), a national of (country).
This correspondence is in regards to (name of alien). My name is ***** ***** I am the US Citizen sponsor for (alien's name). At this time, I am withdrawing my I-130 application and wish to cancel the sponsorship of the alien.
Please consider this formal notice of a request to terminate the I-130 application. I understand that the fees that have been paid to USCIS for processing of this matter are not refundable.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at (address, telephone, email).
A copy of the letter should be sent to USCIS, and one to NVC.
NVC address is below:
National Visa Center
Attn: WC*****br />Suite 200
No copy of proof of identity is required, but it is not a bad idea to send a copy of one's driver license as proof of identity on the second page and reference it in the letter.
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