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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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52 minutes ago, Doyka94 said:

Is it okay if I change jobs during the k1/green card process?

Yes, it is - Just be prepared with paystubs, a job offer letter, etc... at the interview so that you can provide proof you still have valid employment - 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Taiwan
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6 hours ago, SusnOwen said:

Yes, it is - Just be prepared with paystubs, a job offer letter, etc... at the interview so that you can provide proof you still have valid employment - 

Okay thank you for the info. 

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48 minutes ago, Doyka94 said:

Okay thank you for the info. 

Are you the petitioner or the beneficiary? If you're the beneficiary you'll need to get your EAD before you can change jobs.


A magical mystery tour of many US visas prior to AOS...

 

EAD/AP - NOA received May 18, 2020

AOS - NOA received May 18, 2020

Biometrics (Code 2) - August 5, 2020

Biometrics take 2 (Code 3) - August 27, 2020

Ready to be Scheduled for Interview - September 8, 2020

EAD/AP Approval Notice - October  1, 2020

EAD Card Received - October 13, 2020

Interview Scheduled Notification - March 1, 2021

Interview Scheduled - April 6, 2021

GC Approved - May 7, 2021

GC Mailed - May 11, 2021

GC Delivered - May 11, 2021

Removal of Conditions File Date - January 6, 2023

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Taiwan
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53 minutes ago, Rearviewmirror said:

Are you the petitioner or the beneficiary? If you're the beneficiary you'll need to get your EAD before you can change jobs.

I am the positioner and I thought my beneficiary could change or do any job she's wants after i765 is approved and she has her SSI card .

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24 minutes ago, Doyka94 said:

I am the positioner and I thought my beneficiary could change or do any job she's wants after i765 is approved and she has her SSI card .

Once she has the physical EAD and SSN then she can.


A magical mystery tour of many US visas prior to AOS...

 

EAD/AP - NOA received May 18, 2020

AOS - NOA received May 18, 2020

Biometrics (Code 2) - August 5, 2020

Biometrics take 2 (Code 3) - August 27, 2020

Ready to be Scheduled for Interview - September 8, 2020

EAD/AP Approval Notice - October  1, 2020

EAD Card Received - October 13, 2020

Interview Scheduled Notification - March 1, 2021

Interview Scheduled - April 6, 2021

GC Approved - May 7, 2021

GC Mailed - May 11, 2021

GC Delivered - May 11, 2021

Removal of Conditions File Date - January 6, 2023

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