I am devastated because I have been planning my move back home to California after teaching internationally since 2009. However, I no longer feel that this is a good time to make that move due to COVID. I resigned from my position in November, and have been actively applying to schools and job hunting since February. At the beginning of the month, my principal knew I was feeling very stressed and worried because of COVID, and she told me she still has a position open, and at my same grade level. She said she would hold off on hiring anyone for a while, but she needs to know soon-ish because they hire teachers abroad. Last week, I finally had a school district contact me and I now have an interview scheduled with them in May. However, I am worried about being in an airport, flying on a plane, and just the overall idea of how stressful all of this will be during COVID. Additionally, I am in the process of trying to immigrate my husband (we have been working on this since July 2018), and that process is super slow, and now will be even slower. As such, I am really thinking to accept my principal's offer and stay another school year. If I cancel my interview, will that look bad? Could I be blacklisted? Do you think they would understand my reasons of staying put during COVID? Any thoughts you could provide on the matter would be appreciated. Thank you!