I have a co-sponsor, so is it compoulsary to show my official job status?
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You must fully disclose on all forms submitted to USCIS. Failure to disclose can lead to further investigation, a slow down in processing and even a denial.
Yes, it is.
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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