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Hello guys!

I got a quick question,

If Someone works with a fake ID under a different name and a fake ssn under  a different name,  

when applying for Adjustment of Status, should that person write down  the places where He/She worked   with the fake id on the Green Card form, where it asks your employment history?


Thank you so much guys!

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Yes, answer the truth as for where you (or whoever is filling it out) worked. Anything else is misrepresentation and cause for a denial and permanent bar (and can have any benefits obtained because of that misrepresentation revoked at any point in the future).

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Hi there I know the I-485 asks for past SSNs used for working and I entered every SSN I knew of. Obviously it's better not to use fake documents as it will be tied to you forever but what's done is done. 

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