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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: England
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Hello all!

Sarah and I are getting our packet together, and we had a wee question that I was unable to find the answer to...

On the G-325A form where it asks for employment for the past 5 years, she has all of it save 2003. She is unsure of the dates for her start and finish for several jobs she had in that year, and what we're wondering is how closely do they look at that? For example - she is unsure if she started at one place in March or April and left either in August or September...and its rather difficult to get ahold of the employment offices as they're not around anymore, so what we're wondering is are exact dates mandatory, or is best guess ok enough?

Thanks!


K1 Visa Process:

I-129F Sent : 2008-05-23

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-05-28

I-129F NOA2 : 2008-10-01

NVC Received : 2008-10-03

NVC Left : 2008-10-21

Consulate Received : 2008-10-24

Packet 3 Received : 2008-11-06

Packet 3 Sent : 2008-11-10

Packet 4 Received : 2008-12-04

Interview Date : 2009-01-13 APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!

Visa Received : 2009-01-19

US Entry : 2009-02-11

AOS:

Date Filed : 2009-04-14

NOA Date : 2009-04-20

Bio. Appt. : 2009-04-30

AOS Transfer: 2009-05-06

Approval / Denial Date : 2009-08-07 APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!

Greencard Received: 2009-08-21

ROC:

CIS Office : California Service Center

Date Filed : 2011-07-22

NOA Date : 2011-07-25

Bio. Appt. : 2011-08-25

Approved : 2011-10-21 APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!

Green Card Received : 2011-10-26

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Hello all!

Sarah and I are getting our packet together, and we had a wee question that I was unable to find the answer to...

On the G-325A form where it asks for employment for the past 5 years, she has all of it save 2003. She is unsure of the dates for her start and finish for several jobs she had in that year, and what we're wondering is how closely do they look at that? For example - she is unsure if she started at one place in March or April and left either in August or September...and its rather difficult to get ahold of the employment offices as they're not around anymore, so what we're wondering is are exact dates mandatory, or is best guess ok enough?

Thanks!

When I filled out my employment history there were a couple "best guesses". There was also a time period where I held three jobs, but only know exact dates for two of them. I left off the third one, because the time was accounted for. Five years is a long time job-wise if you're in your mid-20's! I don't know many people who have been at the same place all of that time.


See my timeline for my K-1 and AOS/EAD/AP details.

ROC

April 1, 2011-Packet sent, back to the grind!

April 2, 2011-USPS confirms delivery to CSC

April 18, 2011-Received biometrics letter

May 5, 2011-Biometrics appointment, quick and easy

June 16, 2011-Card production ordered!

June 24, 2011-Card received

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My wonderful little family: Dennis, Andrea, and Malcolm

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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Hello all!

Sarah and I are getting our packet together, and we had a wee question that I was unable to find the answer to...

On the G-325A form where it asks for employment for the past 5 years, she has all of it save 2003. She is unsure of the dates for her start and finish for several jobs she had in that year, and what we're wondering is how closely do they look at that? For example - she is unsure if she started at one place in March or April and left either in August or September...and its rather difficult to get ahold of the employment offices as they're not around anymore, so what we're wondering is are exact dates mandatory, or is best guess ok enough?

Thanks!

I best guessed some of mine, but I havent reached the end of the process yet so not sure if it will be looked at closely or not yet.

Good luck


Sal and Jay




K1 - Complete
AOS - Complete
EAD - Complete
AP - Complete
ROC - Complete

N400-Complete

I am a United States citizen!

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