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Just got a new job (same company, but different department altogether with a raise and new title) and started it a week ago. Just got Case Complete in NVC. Does anyone forsee any reason I need to update my financial information at this point for anything? I don't need to notify anyone I assume since my Affidavit of Support was approved just fine right? I will bring the new statement of job change/salary to the interview just in case for some reason they want it.

Seem correct?


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Married 09-19-10

I-130 Stage

10-31-10: I-130 Sent

03-16-11: APPROVED!!!!

(132 days from NOA1 to NOA2 at CSC)

NVC Stage

04-01-11: NVC Case Number Assigned/Sent Opt-in Email

04-05-11: Paid AOS Fee ($88) and got confirmation of OPTIN

04-09-11: Sent AOS package (I-864 and supporting documents)

04-11-11: Paid IV Fee ($404) and Choice of Agent confirmed and AOS package confirmed received

05-02-11: DS-260 filled out and submitted

05-06-11: Sent DS-260 Supporting Documents

06-07-11: Case Complete!!

(70 days in NVC)

Medical and Interview

07-27-11: Medical Appt.

08-08-11: Interview (221g) AP

09-15-11: Denied- Inadmissiable 212(a)(2)(A)(i)- CIMT

601-Waiver Process

09-12-12: Filed I-601 Waiver at lockbox (hired lawyer for this)

02-05-13: APPROVED (4 1/2 months)

03-08:13: Sent updated medical/other papers to Montreal

Waiting for VISA

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Just got a new job (same company, but different department altogether with a raise and new title) and started it a week ago. Just got Case Complete in NVC. Does anyone forsee any reason I need to update my financial information at this point for anything? I don't need to notify anyone I assume since my Affidavit of Support was approved just fine right? I will bring the new statement of job change/salary to the interview just in case for some reason they want it.

Seem correct?

I'd suggest bringing an updated I-864 with a new employment letter if possible. And I believe the DS-230 asks a question about the US spouse's job. If so, then bring an updated DS-230 as well.

Other than that, you're fine. No need to notify anyone. Just mention it at the interview and present the updated paperwork.

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I would personally just bring all the information stating that you have the new job, and if it comes to it, show them the paperwork. At this point, you're through the NVC, so it wouldn't really matter financially, but always good to be prepared!

Congrats on the promotion! :)


***Removing Conditions***

Submitted I-751: March 4, 2011

Check cashed: March 10, 2011

NOA1: March 8, 2011

Biometrics Appt: April 21, 2011

Early Bio Walk-in: April 7, 2011

Approved: September 7, 2011

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Filed: Country: Canada
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Thanks!! That's what I'll do then! :)


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Married 09-19-10

I-130 Stage

10-31-10: I-130 Sent

03-16-11: APPROVED!!!!

(132 days from NOA1 to NOA2 at CSC)

NVC Stage

04-01-11: NVC Case Number Assigned/Sent Opt-in Email

04-05-11: Paid AOS Fee ($88) and got confirmation of OPTIN

04-09-11: Sent AOS package (I-864 and supporting documents)

04-11-11: Paid IV Fee ($404) and Choice of Agent confirmed and AOS package confirmed received

05-02-11: DS-260 filled out and submitted

05-06-11: Sent DS-260 Supporting Documents

06-07-11: Case Complete!!

(70 days in NVC)

Medical and Interview

07-27-11: Medical Appt.

08-08-11: Interview (221g) AP

09-15-11: Denied- Inadmissiable 212(a)(2)(A)(i)- CIMT

601-Waiver Process

09-12-12: Filed I-601 Waiver at lockbox (hired lawyer for this)

02-05-13: APPROVED (4 1/2 months)

03-08:13: Sent updated medical/other papers to Montreal

Waiting for VISA

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