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HI everyone. We filed in April and sent the g325a forms that time. Now we've been approved and I am waiting for my interview. This is when I realized I might have made mistakes in my form concerning the employment history. I guess Ihaven't mentioned 2 jobs I had but they were for 3 weeks and 2 months long. The problem is I don't remember if I put them or not and can't check anything as we filled in by hand. Anything I should do now? Maybe bringing the new g325a to the interview or just relax as they don't even ask for this form anymore?

Thanks. I've been waiting for the interview for too long now and there's still time. So I'm trying to check everything and it makes me panic every time lol

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I wouldn't lose sleep over jobs that short in duration. If they ask about a gap in employment, bring it up then.  They will be more concerned about future employment from here on out for sponsorship. 

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I can tell you from first hand experience that the embassy will not ask for this.  All they wanted from me is my Affidavit of support and 2016 tax returns.  They asked me what I did for a living during the interview.

 

Lesson learned though - always make copies of all the forms you complete!

 

Good luck, and don't worry about the interview - the staff is friendly and the interview was easy.  Make sure you have all the documents listed on the embassy website and everything will be good.

 

And if possible, have your fiancee do the medical as early as possible.  We are waiting for completion of the 6 week TB sputum test.  Very frustrating...

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8 hours ago, tanderson64 said:

I can tell you from first hand experience that the embassy will not ask for this.  All they wanted from me is my Affidavit of support and 2016 tax returns.  They asked me what I did for a living during the interview.

 

Lesson learned though - always make copies of all the forms you complete!

 

Good luck, and don't worry about the interview - the staff is friendly and the interview was easy.  Make sure you have all the documents listed on the embassy website and everything will be good.

 

And if possible, have your fiancee do the medical as early as possible.  We are waiting for completion of the 6 week TB sputum test.  Very frustrating...

I have already done the medical last month and it turned out fine so now this waiting is meaningless for me... but you never know how the xray turns out, ya. When will your fiance be able to get her visa?

 

Thanks for your reply.  

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