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Job change during a K1 in process.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
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Hello everyone!

I have just accepted a new position with a major University in a new city. I will be making above the 125% level (as I was at my old job too), and am not very concerned about the job change being a problem (it's a promotion, more pay, better benefits, just an all around better opportunity aside from the fact that I have a sponsor lined up just in case).

What I AM concerned about is the basic information that will be changing with my application. When I filled in all the addresses, I did fill my parent's (permanent) address on all accounts, which is how I'd like it to stay (this is the best place for me to get mail during the move). So as far as recieving mail, it isn't a problem.

So, are these all things I'll be able to correct at the consulate without causing an issue? (current address, address where my fiance will be staying, employer info, etc.)

Like I said, I am fine with still recieving mail at my address I listed on my original form. I just don't want to show up at the consulate with Craig and the officer be like "What !? None of this info is current? DENIED." (dramatic effect.) :lol:

:star: Cass (bebop the great)


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K-1

Service Center: California (transferred from Nebraska)

Consulate: Vancouver, Canada (transferred from Montreal)

06.17.2006 — Engagement!

08.23.2006 — NOA1

11.01.2006 — NOA2

01.25.2007 — Interview—APPPROOOVVEEEDD!!

02.12.2007 — Entry date!

03.01.2007 — Applied for SSN.

03.08.2007 — Social Security Card arrives! :)

03.17.2007 — Wedding day! Happy St. Patty's Day! YAY! :D

AOS/EAD

04.30.2007 — AOS/EAD Mailed off (No AP)

05.02.2007 — Arrives in Chicago.

05.08.2007 — NOA1 for AOS/EAD

06.01.2007 — Biometrics (and EAD Touch)

06.14.2007 — AOS Touch

06.17.2007 — AOS Transferred to CSC

06.19.2007 — AOS Touch

06.20.2007 — AOS Touch

06.21.2007 — AOS Touch (They must be doing something!)

07.25.2007 — EA Card Arrives. YAY! :)

09.03.2007 — AOS Touch, something finally!

09.05.2007 — AOS Touch

09.07.2007 — AOS Touch

09.09.2007 — AOS Touch

09.10.2007 — AOS Touch

09.11.2007 — AOS Approval without interview

09.17.2007 — Welcome to America! Letter arrives

09.29.2007 — Green card arrives! WOOO! No more USCIS until 06/09.

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Cass,

Congrats on the new job!!

As far as your information is concerned, you can update all of that when you submit the documents to the Consular Section (ConSec). Life does go on, despite the waiting game for this process to complete; they understand that.

Hello everyone!

I have just accepted a new position with a major University in a new city. I will be making above the 125% level (as I was at my old job too), and am not very concerned about the job change being a problem (it's a promotion, more pay, better benefits, just an all around better opportunity aside from the fact that I have a sponsor lined up just in case).

What I AM concerned about is the basic information that will be changing with my application. When I filled in all the addresses, I did fill my parent's (permanent) address on all accounts, which is how I'd like it to stay (this is the best place for me to get mail during the move). So as far as recieving mail, it isn't a problem.

So, are these all things I'll be able to correct at the consulate without causing an issue? (current address, address where my fiance will be staying, employer info, etc.)

Like I said, I am fine with still recieving mail at my address I listed on my original form. I just don't want to show up at the consulate with Craig and the officer be like "What !? None of this info is current? DENIED." (dramatic effect.) :lol:

:star: Cass (bebop the great)

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