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Different jobs in the past 3 years

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Hello everyone, I have a few questions I hope you can help me.

My fiance has had different jobs in the past three years, in january of this year, he got a good and new job.

my questions are:

do you think we will have any issues at the interview because of the different jobs he had?

he met the requirements for 2012 and 2014,...however, he didnt meet the requirements in 2013, is that a problem?

he is now making enough money, but since he started this new job in january, what does he have to put in the affidavit of support? his last year income? or the current and aproximated income? (where he works they offered him a stable and permanent salary)

Im sorry for so many questions, but we have been talking about this and we are not sure if we will have any issues because of his different jobs.

Thank you so much

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