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Fiance's employment history for G-325A

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Hello, everyone. I hope you're having a good Tuesday so far. :D

My fiance is currently completing his Biographical information for the I-129F and we have a question. My fiance has been in school in the past five years. Under his employment history, should he state he was simply "unemployed" and under position write "student" or should he list his school under the employer's address? Has anyone had a similar situation?

Thank you.

SG

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Is he the USC? It would help tremendously to have more information, and also filling in your timeline would be even more help.

:) I would think he should list "student"

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Kim states she is a student. employer address: her university's main office address. Done! They are more interested in knowing if you work for KGB or MI6 or somethign like that :) or if you do have a full time job somewhere and they want to know about it... But your fiance is a student for the past 5 years, they want to know too... Just incase, you said he's a bio major student? They want to know if he likes to make "biochemical weapon" for some foreign government? etc. (Just kidding) :) But, yes, you can put down his school address as his employee, do not put down UNEMPLOYED... look bad!

Good luck during your process...

love

chuck and kim :dance::dance::dance:


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He's not the U.S. citizen. That's me. :)

I don't have much to report for the timeline yet. (I'm not quite sure how to use it to be quite honest.)

S.

Kim states she is a student. employer address: her university's main office address. Done! They are more interested in knowing if you work for KGB or MI6 or somethign like that :) or if you do have a full time job somewhere and they want to know about it... But your fiance is a student for the past 5 years, they want to know too... Just incase, you said he's a bio major student? They want to know if he likes to make "biochemical weapon" for some foreign government? etc. (Just kidding) :) But, yes, you can put down his school address as his employee, do not put down UNEMPLOYED... look bad!

Good luck during your process...

love

chuck and kim :dance::dance::dance:

Thanks, Chuck and Kim.

We were thinking of doing the same because he's not technically unemployed since he's attending school on the full-time basis at this moment. There's simply no place on the form to state this information.

S.

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We didn't want to show gaps in the employment timeline of my fiancee, so we stated the obvious and truth for the gap (i.e. student and unemployed where applicable).

STL_HCMC


K1 Timeline

12/27/2005...I-129F Sent (Nebraska Service Center)

07/19/2006...Visa Approved

AOS Timeline

01/23/2007...AOS Sent

03/08/2007...AOS Approved

Removing Conditions

01/12/2009...I-751 Sent

06/10/2009...I-751 Approved

Naturalization

03/27/2010...N-400 Sent

11/21/2011...Approval

12/09/2011...Oath Ceremony

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