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Affidavit of Support Question

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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Hi , everyone:

My fiance and I had submitted our I-129F package in early Sep. However, he just got laid off this month, and he is thinking about being a full-time student. This makes me worried about Affidavit of support. He worked as a federal contractor for 3 years, has made over 60k so far this year, and he currently has over 100k liquid assets. However, I heard that consulate cares more about employment status than assets, is that true? Is it okay that he is unemployed during the process? Does he has to have a job, or his assets are enough to prove his financial capacity? Any advice are welcomed. Thank you!

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