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HELP! Switching jobs close to interview

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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HELP!!!

I started my first job out of college back in September. I was all set to be able to fill out the I-134. Now I am having problems at work, and will most likely be switching jobs in the next month or so. I am a K1 Aug filer, so I should be getting my NOA2 soon, and Peru schedules interviews in about 1 month. I have already started applying for new jobs, and will hopefully get something soon.

My questions is - will a letter from my new job and recent pay stubs be enough for the i-134? or should I get a co-sponsor? There is no doubt that I will be making more than what is required, I just want to make sure I have enough evidence.

Thanks for the help =)

-Bela


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Hola! A co-sponsor is always solid if your questioning finances. I am not sure how much history you need for the K1 interview stage and then for the AOS stage. If the interview is a month away, is it possible to get a letter from your current employer?

Assuming you meet the income requirements...I wonder how long of a history do you need with that income to qualify as a sponsor yourself? I checked the I-134 instructions and it doesn't state this.

Maybe some of the VJ pros can help!


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