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Blessings!! New to this site and I just want only to ask about my Fiancés employment record. 

 

4 mos. Ago, his company declared financial breakdown and he is one of the employees who got affected and lost his job(after 16 years of working). We already filed our petition before he lost his job. Luckily, before leaving that company he was able to find a new one and his work was continuous(one company to the new one).

 

My question is. If the CO ask me during the interview about my Fiancé’s work, what I will going to answer? Is it the current job or the previous one? Will that affect his I-134 Affidavit of Support? 

 

Any response is much appreciated..

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If he has changed jobs he will need to send you a new I-134 regarding this new employer.  You answer truthfully and up to date.  


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They may not even ask during the interview, but keep in mind that all evidence and documentation submitted can (and often is) subjected to scrutiny. They can very well look into the support document after the interview, and if they notice it's incorrect, that could lead to problems.

 

As was said - always answers truthfully and up to date. If you submit documentation you know is outdated, you're setting yourself up.

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8 minutes ago, Peot said:

They may not even ask during the interview, but keep in mind that all evidence and documentation submitted can (and often is) subjected to scrutiny. They can very well look into the support document after the interview, and if they notice it's incorrect, that could lead to problems.

 

As was said - always answers truthfully and up to date. If you submit documentation you know is outdated, you're setting yourself up.

Therefore if the CO ask me about his work, I should answer the current job he is into now and mention also his previous company where he worked and got layed off cause of financial breakdown. Am i correct on this? 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Day_dreamer said:

Therefore if the CO ask me about his work, I should answer the current job he is into now and mention also his previous company where he worked and got layed off cause of financial breakdown. Am i correct on this? 

 

 

If he's currently employed and that's reflected on the I-134 - the work history will also be detailed there. Usually no need to explain the reasons for leaving jobs - just important that he has one now.

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Just answer truthfully and you have nothing to worry about. If they ask about his job, then that's his current (ie new) job. If its different from what was in the application, you'd say he has changed jobs since you applied. Don't stress over it - they aren't trying to catch you out. People change jobs, they know this and it won't create a problem unless it means he's unable to meet the earning requirements to sponsor you.


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