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Relocation and change of Job by petitioner prior to the beneficiaries interview

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My husband who is the petitioner to my minor children accepted another job, thus, we are then relocating to another state. My question is, does he have to update his Affidavit of Support? Will pay stubs and employment letter be asked during the interview?

My children are already scheduled for an interview at the US embassy

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Yes. They will be asking for affidavit of support and that supported with employment letter and sometimes would even ask for pay stubs.

You could see that sometimes people don't ask for it, but I was asked anyway last week. And he need to update his new address specially if he'll be moving to a different state.

And don't forget the w2 form and income tax report

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