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I am finishing up the "student lifestyle" and have large gaps in my employment history, which is comprised of mainly summer jobs and internships. Should I list the name of my university and "Student" as occupation or just list "none" during those periods when I was at school and not working?

Thanks!


Timeline::

5 February 2006 - Met in France

9 February 2006 - Started dating

July 18 2007 - Deanne moved to Brazil

21 June 2008 - Civil Marriage in Sao Paulo, Brazil

23 June 2008 - Filed I-130 at US Consulate Sao Paulo, Brazil

8 August 2008 - Instructions for DS-230 received from embassy (Combined NOA2/ Packet 3)

20 October 2008 - DS-230 sent to US Consulate

23 October 2008 - DS-230 received by US Consulate Rio de Janeiro

17 December 2008 - Interview!!

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I am finishing up the "student lifestyle" and have large gaps in my employment history, which is comprised of mainly summer jobs and internships. Should I list the name of my university and "Student" as occupation or just list "none" during those periods when I was at school and not working?

Thanks!

I'd use University and Student or a combination of both if it seems to make sense to.


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Thanks--

I also am out of room on the G325A for all of my residences and employment. Do I fill out the first few in the lines and then add an extra sheet? Or put "see attachment" on the first line and list my complete history on an extra page?


Timeline::

5 February 2006 - Met in France

9 February 2006 - Started dating

July 18 2007 - Deanne moved to Brazil

21 June 2008 - Civil Marriage in Sao Paulo, Brazil

23 June 2008 - Filed I-130 at US Consulate Sao Paulo, Brazil

8 August 2008 - Instructions for DS-230 received from embassy (Combined NOA2/ Packet 3)

20 October 2008 - DS-230 sent to US Consulate

23 October 2008 - DS-230 received by US Consulate Rio de Janeiro

17 December 2008 - Interview!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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I had the exact same situation - lots of addresses and part-time jobs/internships in between semesters at the university. What I did, filled out information in the lines provided in the form, and on the last available line wrote "See Attachment 1" for addresses and "See Attachment 2" for employment. Than on separate sheet of paper I wrote headings for those attachments and created the same tables that were on the form. As to professional history, I listed all my jobs and paid internships abroad, stating them in chronological order and making sure there were no gaps. And than listed my uni. address with dates attended and wrote "Student". It looked smth like that:

IREX Nov. 2007 to current (current employer)

GS Resort May 2006 to Nov. 2007 (previous employer)

University Sep. 2002 to May 2006 (student at the uni.)

See Attachment 2

CFI Resorts May 2005 to Sep. 2005 (paid summer internship).

Hope this helps and good luck!


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07-22-2006 Met in Florida

09-02-2006 Been together ever since

12-09-2007 My visa expired, trip back home

01-16-2008 Dave visited me in Ukraine

04-22-2008 I-129F mailed out to Vermont

05-20-2008 I-129F returned

05-22-2008 Second attempt at filing I-129F

05-23-2008 Received by Mr. Novak

05-29-2008 NOA1 (6 days)

06-09-2008 Touched (Yay, violated for the 1st time)

07-02-2008 Touched again!!!

07-03-2008 Touched again!!!

08-29-2008 Dave's 2nd trip to Ukraine!

09-25-2008 NOA2 (126 days)

09-26-2008 Touched

09-??-2008 NVC Received

09-30-2008 NVC Left

10-02-2008 Noa2 hardcopy in the mail

10-03-2008 Embassy Received

11-05-2008 Medical

11-07-2008 Interview

11-14-2008 Visa Received

11-17-2008 Flight to Orlando :)

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