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Does USCIS verify petitioner employment history?

#1 monyfer

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 02:11 PM

Does USCIS verify employment history from the G-325A?

The reason I ask is because, I worked as a full time employee at a company for 3 years - six months ago, I left as a full time employee and am currently working for the company on a freelance, independent basis. I didn't note this on my employment history, because technically I am still working for the same company, although I am now freelance as opposed to full time. I just wondered if someone from USCIS is going to call HR at my company and ask for me and be told "she left here six months ago" because I am currently not listed as an employee on their records - I am an independent worker now.

Please help!
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11-9-2011 - AOS package delivered and signed for
11-15-2011 - NOA1 e-mails received (NOA1 date November 10), routed to NBC
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3-7-2012 - RFE issued
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4-4-2012 - Green Card Production!
4-10-12 - GC received in mail

January 3, 2014: ROC

#2 milimelo

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 02:35 PM

Does USCIS verify employment history from the G-325A?

The reason I ask is because, I worked as a full time employee at a company for 3 years - six months ago, I left as a full time employee and am currently working for the company on a freelance, independent basis. I didn't note this on my employment history, because technically I am still working for the same company, although I am now freelance as opposed to full time. I just wondered if someone from USCIS is going to call HR at my company and ask for me and be told "she left here six months ago" because I am currently not listed as an employee on their records - I am an independent worker now.

Please help!


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#3 monyfer

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 02:41 PM

WHEW... Thanks :)
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October 5, 2010: I-129F received
October 12, 2010: NOA1 e-mail received, routed to VSC
October 16, 2010: NOA1 hard copy received (dated October 7, 2010)
April 18, 2011: RFE e-mail
April 20, 2011: RFE hardcopy received
April 20, 2011: RFE response sent to VSC
May 2, 2011: E-mail confirming VSC has received RFE response
July 27, 2011: NOA2 e-mail received (9 months, 2 weeks, and 6 days (292 days) after NOA1
July 30, 2011: NOA2 hard copy
August 4, 2011: NVC received case
August 8, 2011: NVC forwarded case to US Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
August 8, 2011: Consulate received case
August 25, 2011: Consulate mailed packet 3
September 3, 2011: Received Packet 3 in US
September 20, 2011: Interview! Not enough information in the system to make a decision
September 26, 2011: K1 visa approved and received via DHL

October 20, 2011: POE at Phoenix, Arizona
October 26, 2011: Married

AOS Journey
11-7-2011 - AOS package sent to lockbox in Chicago, IL
11-9-2011 - AOS package delivered and signed for
11-15-2011 - NOA1 e-mails received (NOA1 date November 10), routed to NBC
11-16-2011 - Check Cashed
11-21-2011 - Hard Copies & Biometrics Appointment Letter Received
11-29-2011 - Biometrics done via walk-in! (Originally scheduled for 12/14/11)
12-2-2011 - Case transferred to CSC
1-17-2012 - EAD/AP Card Production Ordered
1-25-2012 - EAD/AP card received in mail
3-7-2012 - RFE issued
3-19-2012 - RFE response received by CSC
4-4-2012 - Green Card Production!
4-10-12 - GC received in mail

January 3, 2014: ROC



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