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One of my friend quit his job during a year and started new job same year. Couples of month gap. Then started new job following year. The tax return submitted with 864 is old job (2018) with good income. 
 

my question, since he didn’t work full year, & hasn’t filed for 2019 taxes, will the officer question job changes. The current job is above poverty line. There are last month paycheck to prove that. 

I told my friend to be honest & tell them new job & changes to jobs history. 
 

any issues if interview is next week? (Spouse visa type, husband US citizen) 

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