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i have resided in sweden for 7 years.

during this time i have transfered funds to my active us bank account to pay for my storage unit. i have renewed my drivers license during this time. i have filled my taxes under these years. my mailing adress and adress on my license are my mothers adress in the us. i have e mails between me and a prospective employer.

will we have problems during interview?

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I think that would be fine. Just present them the proofs that you still have bonds with the US or you intend to go back to the US. My husband has been outside the US for over a year, he's on a student visa in the Philippines. The US address we used in all the visa process is his Mom's. The proofs of domicile we submitted were employment letter from US employer and his I-card (student visa). Visa approved yesterday.

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