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Getting a Job 1-2 Months Before Interview to Be Fiance's Sponsor

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Filed: Other Country: Iran
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Hi All,

I recently got my NOA 2 (yay!) but am still in my fiance's country and unemployed (nay!).

I plan to return to the U.S. at the end of October and immediately start looking for a job that meets the income requirements. I should have something by mid to late November. From the timeline data, I am guessing his interview will take place in late December or January. In addition to whatever income, I have about $12K in savings to help cushion my I-134/Affidavit of Support. I will also be submitting my 2013 and 2014 tax information as evidence that, in general, I am a responsible person who has a full-time, stable job. It's just that from 2015 to the present, I have been in a traveling, eat-pray-love-esque mode, hence the unemployment.

Will my short employment be an issue though? Does anyone have experience with this? We are applying through the embassy in Ankara, Turkey, so if anyone has had experience them, I would appreciate it if you could share.

I could ask my mother to be a sponsor, but she just quit her job a month ago to start her own business and although she was steadily employed throughout 2015 and until July 2016, any documentation would be irrelevant as it would not be indicative as to what what her future business income will be.

I appreciate any suggestions/advice you might have. Thanks!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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**Post moved to Europe & Eurasia. Poster is going through embassy of Ankara, Turkey and the information regarding sponsors is embassy specific.

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