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If I leave my work in the US in October to marry/live with a women in Nov and we would live together until the CR1 gets approved,

(and I can return to that job after obtaining the CR1), can my income count up until I left or would I have to use just assets? 



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You would have to prove you have a contract when you come back. Prove you will have that job. They will also go off last years taxes. What assests do you have that will mean enough? From what i have seen a house/car is not enough for assets.


Listen i hate to be this guy.. But when you start your visa journey you have to give up time. Time with your spouse. You are better off marrying her and visiting her and going back to your job.

Assets can be a pain. You need to prove you can liquidate them within a year no problem.


You will also be making more money for when she comes.

I won't tell you what to do but to give you advice best i can.

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