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K1 and Current Employment (Future Start Date)

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Hello,

 

I just began the process of filing for the K1, and I had a question regarding the employment history portion of the paperwork. It is noted that "current employment," should be provided first, however as a recent university graduate I am set to begin my full time job on August 7th. The contract for the aforementioned job was signed months ago if that is of any importance. The only verifiable employment I had previous to this upcoming job was an internship for that same corporation/role. Should I list my "current" job with a future start date of August 7th, or should I only file my internship as past employment and leave current employment blank? Presuming I do the latter, would that create any complications or uncertainty with respect to how the immigration officer might view my future income and ability to sponsor? As a disclaimer, I will be paid a very generous salary which I know will circumvent any actual issues regarding finances and sponsorship. Nonetheless, I am partially concerned that not declaring current employment could create a negative perception which may jeopardize my application before proof of income, etc. further into the process.

 

I also have contractual paperwork attesting to my start date and guaranteed salary which I can include as an addendum if I were to list my future start date in place of current employment. With that being said, I am not entirely sure how necessary that would be or if it would provide any advantage this early. 

 

Thanks in advance for your feedback and advice.

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Current means the job you have when you send in the paperwork.  

 

Your job (status) doesn't matter when filing the I-129F.  It matters when the fiance takes the I-134 to the interview.


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