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:angry::angry::crying: Well hubs got laid off from work today. His boss is an idiot, and due to his negligance a $5 million machine got broken, so now there is not enough work for all the employees.

He works with the union, so should get another job fairly quickly- but Im wondering how this will affect our application. We have our interview scheduled Nov 7th- Im assuming we will need to declare his change of employer and possible earnings. Should we just wait and do this at interview, or will we need to send in some kind of form?

Thanks

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:angry::angry::crying: Well hubs got laid off from work today. His boss is an idiot, and due to his negligance a $5 million machine got broken, so now there is not enough work for all the employees.

He works with the union, so should get another job fairly quickly- but Im wondering how this will affect our application. We have our interview scheduled Nov 7th- Im assuming we will need to declare his change of employer and possible earnings. Should we just wait and do this at interview, or will we need to send in some kind of form?

Thanks

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Complete New I-94 however DO NOT offer info about his recent employement change, ONLY if they ask for current employment info, have the new I-94 completed and ready should it be mentioned.

They may not even ask for additionla eveidenc eother than what you provided with original I-94 submission.

In my wifes case they didnt not ask at the interview.

So have it ready just in case also if needed seek options for a co-sponsor.


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Addie_Goodvibes,

I-94? What's that got to do with this situation?

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Complete New I-94 however DO NOT offer info about his recent employement change, ONLY if they ask for current employment info, have the new I-94 completed and ready should it be mentioned.

They may not even ask for additionla eveidenc eother than what you provided with original I-94 submission.

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Complete New I-94 however DO NOT offer info about his recent employement change, ONLY if they ask for current employment info, have the new I-94 completed and ready should it be mentioned.

They may not even ask for additionla eveidenc eother than what you provided with original I-94 submission.

In my wifes case they didnt not ask at the interview.

So have it ready just in case also if needed seek options for a co-sponsor.

What are you taking and where did you get it?


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Complete New I-94 however DO NOT offer info about his recent employement change, ONLY if they ask for current employment info, have the new I-94 completed and ready should it be mentioned.

They may not even ask for additionla eveidenc eother than what you provided with original I-94 submission.

In my wifes case they didnt not ask at the interview.

So have it ready just in case also if needed seek options for a co-sponsor.

What are you taking and where did you get it?

Probably meant to say I-864 (i do that all the time - getting old).

He should get a job asap doing whatever. Our notice said to bring checkstubs for the last 2 months. Our interviewer didnt ask for any but we were prepared. He should get a job doing whatever even if the pay sucks because having a low end job is better than going to the interview unemployed. If they dont ask then great but be prepared. Oh yeah, I think go with Meaxna's advice. Sorry about the job

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