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I know there are plenty of related questions on the topic and I hope this is not something that has been asked before. I poked around a bit but didn't find it. Here goes.

I have been living and working in China for the past two years now, though I'm currently in New York. My salary there was $600 USD a month, obviously not enough to meet the financial requirements for sponsoring my girlfriend for a K1. If my mother agrees to sponsor her, then would it be alright if I went back to China and continued to work there while going through the visa process?

The reason I ask is that, were I to stay on in New York and look for a job here, I would more than likely not see her until the K1 visa came through...

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i don't see no problem with that as long the co-sponsor meet the poverty income guidelines your good to go..goodluck :thumbs:

(some Vjer team here actually stayed outside the US w/their fiance/spouse...but manage to file and get approved :thumbs: )

The longer it takes to happen the more you'll appreciate it when it does!

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