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Does changing jobs affect the affidavit of support for a K1 visa?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ecuador
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I am looking to switch jobs cause frankly i am getting underpaid at mine for what i do and i've had it... But i do not want to start looking without first knowing if doing this is going to affect at all my fiancee's visa approval. I have been working at my job for close to 6 years and have the job security but i can't take it any longer how they exploit people so i want out.... can someone please give me some information on this.... and also if anyone is hiring in NJ i'm all open to suggestions. :help: I am a Software Test Engineer / Web Applicaition Developer / QA Analyst.

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I am looking to switch jobs cause frankly i am getting underpaid at mine for what i do and i've had it... But i do not want to start looking without first knowing if doing this is going to affect at all my fiancee's visa approval. I have been working at my job for close to 6 years and have the job security but i can't take it any longer how they exploit people so i want out.... can someone please give me some information on this.... and also if anyone is hiring in NJ i'm all open to suggestions. :help: I am a Software Test Engineer / Web Applicaition Developer / QA Analyst.

As long as you have a job and are over the poverty lines, you should be OK my friend.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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No penalty for advancing one's career! The USCIS's main concern is you have the means to support your family. They aren't there to judge your résumé. :lol:


Jeffery AND Alla.

0 kilometers physically separates us!

K-1 Visa Granted... Wednesday, 21 May 2008

Alla ARRIVED to America... Wednesday, 12 November 2008

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I am looking to switch jobs cause frankly i am getting underpaid at mine for what i do and i've had it... But i do not want to start looking without first knowing if doing this is going to affect at all my fiancee's visa approval. I have been working at my job for close to 6 years and have the job security but i can't take it any longer how they exploit people so i want out.... can someone please give me some information on this.... and also if anyone is hiring in NJ i'm all open to suggestions. :help: I am a Software Test Engineer / Web Applicaition Developer / QA Analyst.

When we were just starting the process for my k1visa last nov. 2006, my husband was just having his new job for 2 months....we had no trouble at all.


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I-751 Lifting Conditions Timeline

April 06, 2010 - mailed I-751 documents via usps express mail(overnight)with delivery confirmation

April 07, 2010 - packet delivered and signed

April 12, 2010 - check was cashed

April 13, 2010 - received NOA1 (dated 04/08/10)

May 07, 2010 - Biometrics

May 10, 2010 - Touched

June 23, 2010 - APPROVED WITHOUT INTERVIEW!!!

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