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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Venezuela
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I was visiting lawyers today because we wanted to have a lawyer come with us to the interview, and one of them told me that i need to bring NEW info about my co-sponsor to the interview: meaning new employment letter, w-2, ects. I found this very odd because he still had the same job and is making the same amount of money. I thought I only had to bring the copies of what I already sent, because i didn't ger an RFE or anything. Can anyone tell me if this is true and why? Thank you.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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If it has been some time since filing I-485 and I-864, then it is a good idea to bring evidence that sponsor is still employed (recent pay stubs from employer should do.

With unemployment hitting 9.5% you never know if USCIS may want to know that your sponsor has not become un-employed since the I-864 was filed.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Venezuela
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If it has been some time since filing I-485 and I-864, then it is a good idea to bring evidence that sponsor is still employed (recent pay stubs from employer should do.

With unemployment hitting 9.5% you never know if USCIS may want to know that your sponsor has not become un-employed since the I-864 was filed.

I filled it 3 months ago, do you think it is still necessary? I kinda don't wanna bother my co-sponsor asking him for more stuff but you guys think is important i'll do it!

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If it has been some time since filing I-485 and I-864, then it is a good idea to bring evidence that sponsor is still employed (recent pay stubs from employer should do.

With unemployment hitting 9.5% you never know if USCIS may want to know that your sponsor has not become un-employed since the I-864 was filed.

I filled it 3 months ago, do you think it is still necessary? I kinda don't wanna bother my co-sponsor asking him for more stuff but you guys think is important i'll do it!

Adjudicators are supposed to regard the affidavit as of the date it was prepared.

I would not trouble my co-sponsor for new information. The AO may ask you if anything in the affidavit has changed - just answer that it has not.

At worst - they would "RFE" you for re-verification of the information. They would inform you the I485 is approved pending a new I864. At that point, you could ask your co-sponsor for more info. I think the odds are slim of that occurring.

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