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I-34 Affidavit of Support form Help!!!

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Hi, Visa Journey users!

My question is in regards to filing the Affidavit of support form I-34. My current situation is my Fiancé isn't working at the moment and our joint sponsor has now just been let go from their job. I'm going for my interview in Montreal next week (May 13). Now Should I still go to my interview? If they ask about my affidavit of support form do I just explain the situation and notify them that I will find another joint sponsor by a given date on their request? I've already postponed my interview twice for other reasons and feel to just go at this point . All of my documents including the I-34 form have been filled out and are ready to go. What should I do at this point? What are my options? Can I use my own income? The company I work for has branches in the United States, can I tell them I plan to transfer? I'm so confused and stressed at the moment. Answers would be great thanks!

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