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I'm working on filling out my residence info for the G325A and have some questions. I've been living in Spain for 3 years (I'm from the states), these last 2 I've been on a student visa, the first year I came on a tourist visa. During that year I went back and forth between the US and Spain several times, so I had multiple entries into Spain. I've lived in a lot of different apartments, some for only a month or 2. Do I need to list every single one? Most of them didn't even have official leases, utilities have never been in my name, there's nothing official linking me to them. Should I just expand the dates of places I lived the longest? All the apartments have been in the same city, many of them even in the same neighborhood.

Also, over the past 3 years I've worked occasionally for my parents company when in the states. Sometimes for only a week or two at Christmas or during the summer. Do I list that on my work history? Since they've never technically fired me, should I list their company even though most of the time I don't actually work there?

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You should probably list all of them. I've lived in 7 different houses and apartments over the last five years (one for only 2 months and without a lease) and I listed all of them. I think with this process it's best to be as specific and thorough as possible.

For the work at your parent's did you get paid? Did you list this on your taxes? If so then I would say put it on the sheet and maybe add a supplement sheet to explain it's your parent's company that you work for occasionally.

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