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If the 2 year or 10 year green card has already been granted, then it is too late to withdraw the I-864. If the green card is revoked because of fraud or misrpresentation, then you would be off the hook. The responsibility only ends when one of three things happen:
1) The immigrant works 10 years in the U.S. paying U.S. taxes. If they stop at 9.9 years and never work again, the Joint Sponsor is stuck.
2) The immigrant becomes a U.S. Citizen.
3) The immigrant loses Residency for some reason:
a) Being outside of the U.S. for too long.
b) They obtained it through fraud.
c) They commit a serious enough crime.
Divorce does not terminate the responsibility. If you have evidence that the person obtained the green card fraudulently, then you can report them to ICE or the local USCIS Field Office. Here are some links:
If neither the green card has not been granted yet, then you can withdraw by contacting the local USCIS Field Office.
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