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MY HUSBAND (PETITIONER) JUST LOST HIS JOB. WILL IT AFFECT MY PENDING AOS?

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just received bad news :( :( :( my husband was just discharged from his job due to "low sales"... i was just wondering whether this will have an effect on my pending AOS... considering the I-864 forms... thank you.


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If you have already had your interview I think you are over the hump.


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If you have already had your interview I think you are over the hump.

hi robert&karen and thank you for your quick reply. we are assuming we won't be getting an interview since our case was transferred to CSC..


ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS (K1) with EAD

Date Filed Nov 10, 2011

Transferred to CSC Dec 05, 2011

Biometrics Dec 13, 2011

EAD in Production Jan 05, 2012

EAD on hand Jan 13, 2012

FILED AP (I-131) Mar 16, 2012

Approval notice for AP Mar 26, 2012

Green Card in Production Aug 14, 2012

Received Green Card in the Mail Aug 16, 2012

9 MONTHS!!!!!!!!!

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just received bad news :( :( :( my husband was just discharged from his job due to "low sales"... i was just wondering whether this will have an effect on my pending AOS... considering the I-864 forms... thank you.

If you get an interview you will need to find a joint sponsor. If you don't get an interview you might be okay. Technically you should update them though.

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If you get an interview you will need to find a joint sponsor. If you don't get an interview you might be okay. Technically you should update them though.

There's no statutory requirement for the sponsor to keep USCIS updated on their income situation, either before the AOS is adjudicated or after it's been approved. The law does require that the affidavit of support be sufficient both when it's submitted and when it's adjudicated, but USCIS policy is to infer that it's sufficient at the time it's adjudicated if it was sufficient when it was submitted, and if it's been less than a year since it was submitted.

They don't have to tell USCIS that their income situation has changed unless they get an RFE for the affidavit of support.


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hi robert&karen and thank you for your quick reply. we are assuming we won't be getting an interview since our case was transferred to CSC..

Our case was also transferred to CSC but months later we received our interview date just last week.

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do i have to call uscis and inform them about it?

There's no statutory requirement for the sponsor to keep USCIS updated on their income situation, either before the AOS is adjudicated or after it's been approved. The law does require that the affidavit of support be sufficient both when it's submitted and when it's adjudicated, but USCIS policy is to infer that it's sufficient at the time it's adjudicated if it was sufficient when it was submitted, and if it's been less than a year since it was submitted.

They don't have to tell USCIS that their income situation has changed unless they get an RFE for the affidavit of support.

thank you for your reply? so there's really no need to worry about it for now, right??? i'm just anxious of what effect it will have on my aos..

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ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS (K1) with EAD

Date Filed Nov 10, 2011

Transferred to CSC Dec 05, 2011

Biometrics Dec 13, 2011

EAD in Production Jan 05, 2012

EAD on hand Jan 13, 2012

FILED AP (I-131) Mar 16, 2012

Approval notice for AP Mar 26, 2012

Green Card in Production Aug 14, 2012

Received Green Card in the Mail Aug 16, 2012

9 MONTHS!!!!!!!!!

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