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Hi, I have searched everywhere for an answer to this question before posting, but cant seem to find an exact answer.

Does anyone know that if the affidavit of support has gone to the NVC and the case is complete and being sent to the Embassy, does that mean that its all ok, and has been approved?

My wife only used her income from her job as the support, as she makes about 6 times the poverty level, but she has only been at this job since July. We haven't had anything saying that the proof she has sent in was not enough, but nothing saying it is approved either, so does that mean everything at my interview should go smoothly as far as the Affidavit of Support is concerned?

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Hi, I have searched everywhere for an answer to this question before posting, but cant seem to find an exact answer.

Does anyone know that if the affidavit of support has gone to the NVC and the case is complete and being sent to the Embassy, does that mean that its all ok, and has been approved?

My wife only used her income from her job as the support, as she makes about 6 times the poverty level, but she has only been at this job since July. We haven't had anything saying that the proof she has sent in was not enough, but nothing saying it is approved either, so does that mean everything at my interview should go smoothly as far as the Affidavit of Support is concerned?

Thanks :thumbs:

In theory, that is what it means. NVC is more likely to be more exacting about it. What was your wife's situation before July? If she was a student recently or if she was doing something along the lines of studying, they understand that. It she was simply unemployed for a long time or simply earning much under the poverty line for some time, they may question that. London is more relaxed about it than quite a few other consulates though, so I don't think you have much to worry about on that point. :)


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