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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Ireland
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Ok If I start a new job a few weeks before my man's interview-should the NEW job info be the one I put on the I-134?

I will have pay stubs from my old job(obviously), hopefully I will have at least one stub from the new job-so what should I do? I will also have to get a letter from the HR department.

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I have everything else prepared for the interview-but want to make sure I do this right!!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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You should have accurate current information on your I-134 at the time of the interview. If that means redoing your I-134, then that's what you'll have to do. You'll need a letter from your new employer, and definitely include as many pay stubs from the new job as you'll have. You can always send some pay stubs for your old job as well, with a cover letter explaining your recent transition.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Ireland
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I am starting the 12th of April and I think his interview is going to be the first week of May-I will be lucky if I have ONE paystub-I will re-do the I-134 and I will also write a letter explaining the transition.

I am sure if I have the letter from them as well as old paystubs(to prove there was no gap in employment), It will be cool.

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You should have accurate current information on your I-134 at the time of the interview. If that means redoing your I-134, then that's what you'll have to do. You'll need a letter from your new employer, and definitely include as many pay stubs from the new job as you'll have. You can always send some pay stubs for your old job as well, with a cover letter explaining your recent transition.

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