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Job change before AOS. Bad idea?

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Hi,

My fiancé and I are getting married on March 10. We plan to submit the the required documents for AOS toward the end of March.

I am seriously considering a job change prior to our marriage and subsequently AOS. I am wondering if there are any hurdles I will be placing in our way if I do change jobs. Are there any reasons anyone can see for why this would be a bad idea?

It should be noted my income if I change jobs would be in the same range as my current (I make the required income for what will be a household of four) and the job change would not require a move.

Thank you in advance for your guidance.

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