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Hi everyone!

I am about done putting together my I-129f. I have been a full time student for the last 5 years, including spending multiple times abroad for research and internships, so I had no full time, permanent job within the last five years.

I would like to be able to explain this a little in the application somewhere, that I have just graduated this December and will now be obtaining full time work, and that my employment history is not indicative of my future employment prospects. Right now I have this written in a small paragraph on the attachment for my G325A employment history, above the chronological list.

Do you think this is okay? Is there a better spot for it?

Thank you!

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Hi everyone!

I am about done putting together my I-129f. I have been a full time student for the last 5 years, including spending multiple times abroad for research and internships, so I had no full time, permanent job within the last five years.

I would like to be able to explain this a little in the application somewhere, that I have just graduated this December and will now be obtaining full time work, and that my employment history is not indicative of my future employment prospects. Right now I have this written in a small paragraph on the attachment for my G325A employment history, above the chronological list.

Do you think this is okay? Is there a better spot for it?

Thank you!

I would simply indicate you've been a student and list the college as "employer" with "student" at title. They'll understand what you mean. Then when it's time to submit financial papers months from now, you can show your new employer and income. You need not be employed to have a petition approved.

You won't be filling out any applications. The I-129F is a petition. Your fiance(e) will later apply for a visa.

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Hi everyone!

I am about done putting together my I-129f. I have been a full time student for the last 5 years, including spending multiple times abroad for research and internships, so I had no full time, permanent job within the last five years.

I would like to be able to explain this a little in the application somewhere, that I have just graduated this December and will now be obtaining full time work, and that my employment history is not indicative of my future employment prospects. Right now I have this written in a small paragraph on the attachment for my G325A employment history, above the chronological list.

Do you think this is okay? Is there a better spot for it?

Thank you!

I would simply indicate you've been a student and list the college as "employer" with "student" at title. They'll understand what you mean. Then when it's time to submit financial papers months from now, you can show your new employer and income. You need not be employed to have a petition approved.

You won't be filling out any applications. The I-129F is a petition. Your fiance(e) will later apply for a visa.

Hi everyone!

I am about done putting together my I-129f. I have been a full time student for the last 5 years, including spending multiple times abroad for research and internships, so I had no full time, permanent job within the last five years.

I would like to be able to explain this a little in the application somewhere, that I have just graduated this December and will now be obtaining full time work, and that my employment history is not indicative of my future employment prospects. Right now I have this written in a small paragraph on the attachment for my G325A employment history, above the chronological list.

Do you think this is okay? Is there a better spot for it?

Thank you!

I would simply indicate you've been a student and list the college as "employer" with "student" at title. They'll understand what you mean. Then when it's time to submit financial papers months from now, you can show your new employer and income. You need not be employed to have a petition approved.

You won't be filling out any applications. The I-129F is a petition. Your fiance(e) will later apply for a visa.

That's a good idea! Do you think it will hurt to have the explanation as well? I understand it is a "petition," but sure seems like an application nonetheless.

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Hi everyone!

I am about done putting together my I-129f. I have been a full time student for the last 5 years, including spending multiple times abroad for research and internships, so I had no full time, permanent job within the last five years.

I would like to be able to explain this a little in the application somewhere, that I have just graduated this December and will now be obtaining full time work, and that my employment history is not indicative of my future employment prospects. Right now I have this written in a small paragraph on the attachment for my G325A employment history, above the chronological list.

Do you think this is okay? Is there a better spot for it?

Thank you!

I would simply indicate you've been a student and list the college as "employer" with "student" at title. They'll understand what you mean. Then when it's time to submit financial papers months from now, you can show your new employer and income. You need not be employed to have a petition approved.

You won't be filling out any applications. The I-129F is a petition. Your fiance(e) will later apply for a visa.

Hi everyone!

I am about done putting together my I-129f. I have been a full time student for the last 5 years, including spending multiple times abroad for research and internships, so I had no full time, permanent job within the last five years.

I would like to be able to explain this a little in the application somewhere, that I have just graduated this December and will now be obtaining full time work, and that my employment history is not indicative of my future employment prospects. Right now I have this written in a small paragraph on the attachment for my G325A employment history, above the chronological list.

Do you think this is okay? Is there a better spot for it?

Thank you!

I would simply indicate you've been a student and list the college as "employer" with "student" at title. They'll understand what you mean. Then when it's time to submit financial papers months from now, you can show your new employer and income. You need not be employed to have a petition approved.

You won't be filling out any applications. The I-129F is a petition. Your fiance(e) will later apply for a visa.

That's a good idea! Do you think it will hurt to have the explanation as well? I understand it is a "petition," but sure seems like an application nonetheless.

It won't hurt but it isn't needed. It's a petition for your fiance(e)'s privilege of applying for the visa. You'll find "semantics" are a tool in this process, not merely an annoyance.


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