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Hi all. My wife submitted the initial packet for our CR1 application in August, she is the US citizen and I the Brit, and we are waiting on our NOA2. I currently have a job as a live in manager at a traveller's hostel, and that is the information that I filled in on my G325a as both my job and my home address. Recently I've been thinking about handing in my notice and helping my dad out with some business while I await the visa. This would be for minimal sporadic pay so it wouldn't really be a proper income. But it would mean both my address changing and not having the job that I gave the details for on my G325a.

Does anyone know if this would be a big deal? Would I have to submit a change of home address or could I still use this address as my mailing address without changing it? If I would have to submit a new address how long does that take and does it interrupt or delay the process? and lastly does it matter at all if I no longer have the job that was detailed on my G325a and don't have much of an income? or do they just look at the US citizen's side of things?

 

Any insight would be appreciated, thank you.

 

Dave

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On January 6, 2017 at 0:32 PM, hrbiswas said:

Hi all. My wife submitted the initial packet for our CR1 application in August, she is the US citizen and I the Brit, and we are waiting on our NOA2. I currently have a job as a live in manager at a traveller's hostel, and that is the information that I filled in on my G325a as both my job and my home address. Recently I've been thinking about handing in my notice and helping my dad out with some business while I await the visa. This would be for minimal sporadic pay so it wouldn't really be a proper income. But it would mean both my address changing and not having the job that I gave the details for on my G325a.

Does anyone know if this would be a big deal? Would I have to submit a change of home address or could I still use this address as my mailing address without changing it? If I would have to submit a new address how long does that take and does it interrupt or delay the process? and lastly does it matter at all if I no longer have the job that was detailed on my G325a and don't have much of an income? or do they just look at the US citizen's side of things?

 

Any insight would be appreciated, thank you.

 

Dave

Dave,

I wouldn't worry about changing jobs.  The process takes so long now, I'm sure plenty of people move or change jobs after submitting the paperwork to USCIS.  The more important aspect is the USC's job, as it is important that he or she make enough to meet the AOS requirements.

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