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USC changing job and address during K1 process

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Hi everybody,

I am a Swiss citizen, my finance lives in the US. We got our NOA1 on February 3rd, so NOA2 is hopefully just a month or two away... Recently our lives have changed quite a bit, as all of yours are too I guess. However, couple of changes were rather unexpected and raised some question. I hope anyone can give us some answers or tell us about their experiences.

1. I just moved back in with my parents in order to save some more money. How do I notice USCIS about my change of address?

2. My fiance was working in the same company for a long time. Last spring he quit his job with good income so that we would have more time to spend together. This was the only way he could visit me in Europe. He started his own business which started fairly well. From April to November he was busy and made more than enough to meet the minimum income requirements.

Well now, since November, work for him has gotten slower and slower and money is getting tight. There are not many jobs available for him to meet the minimum income requirements, so he is planning on moving to another city and living with his parents as he looks for a new job there. His parents have agreed to be my co/joint sponsor, so the minimum income requirement is not a problem.

But I was wondering, what does he have to fill out on the I-134 I need for the interview? What further documentation would he need in hand for the I-134? He is showing income and paying his estimated taxes, but that would stop if he left the city. How would that work with paying taxes and being unemployed for a while?

Thank you all for helping out here!

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