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Lost my Job - Do I need to inform the consulate?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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I lost my job on Saturday 1st November 2014. I received my interview time and date on the 5th November 2014. Do I need to let the consulate know I have lost my job?

K1 fiance visa

interview in london

Would really appreciate your help. Thanks in advance!


05/16/2014: I-129F sent to Lockbox
05/21/2014: NOA1 text/email received from Texas Service Centre
08/11/2014: Transferred to California Service Centre
09/02/2014: NOA2 received
09/19/2014: NVC received
09/22/2014: NVC left
09/29/2014: London Consulate received
10/01/2014: Filled out DS-160
10/08/2014: Stated readiness for Interview
10/22/2014: Had medical
11/05/2014: Received Interview date, paid and registered for delivery
11/21/2014: Interview - Approved
12/01/2014: Visa Delivered
12/29/2014: US entry
03/19/2015: Married
05/23/2015: Filed for AOS, EAD & AP
06/23/2015: Biometrics Appointment

08/04/2015: EAD and Advance Parole approved

08/21/2015: Received EAD/AP card

09/11/2015: Received letter explaining processing time extended and possible interview waiver

11/02/2015: AOS Approved without Interview

11/10/2015: Received Green Card in the mail

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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If you're the beneficiary, then no problem. If you're the petitioner then either the beneficiary can sponsor themselves or you have to find a cosponsor.


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

As of Dec 7, 2009, now Zero miles apart (literally)!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
Timeline

I'm the beneficiary yes. Oh that's good. Thanks a lot. Actually means I might be able to move sooner!


05/16/2014: I-129F sent to Lockbox
05/21/2014: NOA1 text/email received from Texas Service Centre
08/11/2014: Transferred to California Service Centre
09/02/2014: NOA2 received
09/19/2014: NVC received
09/22/2014: NVC left
09/29/2014: London Consulate received
10/01/2014: Filled out DS-160
10/08/2014: Stated readiness for Interview
10/22/2014: Had medical
11/05/2014: Received Interview date, paid and registered for delivery
11/21/2014: Interview - Approved
12/01/2014: Visa Delivered
12/29/2014: US entry
03/19/2015: Married
05/23/2015: Filed for AOS, EAD & AP
06/23/2015: Biometrics Appointment

08/04/2015: EAD and Advance Parole approved

08/21/2015: Received EAD/AP card

09/11/2015: Received letter explaining processing time extended and possible interview waiver

11/02/2015: AOS Approved without Interview

11/10/2015: Received Green Card in the mail

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