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Relocating for Job Offer

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Hi guys, 

 

I arrived to the US on CR1 visa a few months ago to join my family.

Recently, I have got a job offer in my profession but I will have to relocate to another state for the new job.

If I move, my wife and son will not be able to join me for some reasons and the job offer comes with a two-year contract.

Will moving to another state for a job offer for tow years without my family (I will be visiting them from time to time till they are able to move with me) cause problems when it is time to remove conditions on my GC?

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28 minutes ago, Alsharai said:

Hi guys, 

 

I arrived to the US on CR1 visa a few months ago to join my family.

Recently, I have got a job offer in my profession but I will have to relocate to another state for the new job.

If I move, my wife and son will not be able to join me for some reasons and the job offer comes with a two-year contract.

Will moving to another state for a job offer for tow years without my family (I will be visiting them from time to time till they are able to move with me) cause problems when it is time to remove conditions on my GC?

Not in and by itself.  


YMMV

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1 minute ago, Alsharai said:

Could you please elaborate? 

Could you please elaborate? 

Cohabitation is one of many ways to prove an ongoing marital relationship.   There are existential circumstances where it may not happen.  You need to make sure you demonstrate the other ways you commingled your lives as a married couple 


YMMV

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In short, everything matters and impacts everything else. If you do this, you'll need plenty of other evidence your relationship is genuine, bona fide, and ongoing.


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7 hours ago, Alsharai said:

Hi guys, 

 

I arrived to the US on CR1 visa a few months ago to join my family.

Recently, I have got a job offer in my profession but I will have to relocate to another state for the new job.

If I move, my wife and son will not be able to join me for some reasons and the job offer comes with a two-year contract.

Will moving to another state for a job offer for tow years without my family (I will be visiting them from time to time till they are able to move with me) cause problems when it is time to remove conditions on my GC?

There is a possibility that this will look like you used your wife for a green card, then used the green card to go on with your life, move away, and work.

 

Which is what ROC is specifically designed to look for.

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~~Moved to ROC, from IR1/CR1 P&P- the OP is asking about ROC and a job offer~~


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