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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Belgium
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Hi All,

I am filling out the G325a form and they ask for my Social Security number + Employment for the last 5 years.

I have some doubts about how to fill this part.

I studied in the US as a J-1 student while working off campus under a "real" social security number, with the mention "able to work under DHS authorization", which I've never got. The job I found (server) wasn't related to my field of study, and of course, I paid my taxes.

I came back to my country in 03/2008 then a year after I came back to the US under a visa waiver (90 days) during which I worked for 2 weeks under the same SS#, but for a different employer, in a different State.

My questions:

Do I have to mention all of the employments I had in the States, even the one under a visa waiver?

As far as I don't have anymore US visa and I am living in my country, do I have to mention the SS# I used while in the States, or this number was temporary valid?

Would I get in trouble by working under a visa waiver?

Thank you for reading and for your help!

R.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Hi All,

I am filling out the G325a form and they ask for my Social Security number + Employment for the last 5 years.

I have some doubts about how to fill this part.

I studied in the US as a J-1 student while working off campus under a "real" social security number, with the mention "able to work under DHS authorization", which I've never got. The job I found (server) wasn't related to my field of study, and of course, I paid my taxes.

I came back to my country in 03/2008 then a year after I came back to the US under a visa waiver (90 days) during which I worked for 2 weeks under the same SS#, but for a different employer, in a different State.

My questions:

Do I have to mention all of the employments I had in the States, even the one under a visa waiver?

As far as I don't have anymore US visa and I am living in my country, do I have to mention the SS# I used while in the States, or this number was temporary valid?

Would I get in trouble by working under a visa waiver?

Thank you for reading and for your help!

R.

They ask for all your employment for the last 5 years. So that would be....YES. You will not "get in trouble" for your illegal employment, they are not going to come knocking on your door, if that is what you mean. It will not affect the petition. It may or may not affect issuance of the visa, probably not. No penalty was imposed, you didn't get caught.

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Gary And Alla

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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They ask for all your employment for the last 5 years. So that would be....YES. You will not "get in trouble" for your illegal employment, they are not going to come knocking on your door, if that is what you mean. It will not affect the petition. It may or may not affect issuance of the visa, probably not. No penalty was imposed, you didn't get caught.

Is there a statute of limitations on being "caught"?

YMMV

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