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Affidavit of support advice

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines

Alright, I need your advice.. I am currently unemployed at the moment and looking for a job.. my Fiance's visa interview in Manila is about a week away.

I have my dad's co-sponsor which he makes plenty enough to support.

I ask for advice if we should reschedule her interview because I (the primary sponsor) might get my fiance denied because of my unemployment. I have decent amount of savings but from what I read its the "current" income that really counts. I have my IRS transcripts in the last 3 years and i made 26K last year. I also included my last 5 last pay stubs few months ago i made before I was laid off. My main problem is I don't have letter of employment.

Or should me we risk it if hopefully nice consular would accept our co-sponsor.

Also what happens if her affidavit is denied? do we start over or do they reschedule interview until I have income? It would be devastating to wait more months or start over...

help :(

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