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i read that one of the reasons why there are rfe's is because of leaving gaps during the employment phase?

is that so?

i worked during the year of 2003 & then went to training school on 2004 & went to work again 2005. will i write the 2004 - unemployed? or just write the 2003 & 2005 till 2006 as employment status?


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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i read that one of the reasons why there are rfe's is because of leaving gaps during the employment phase?

is that so?

i worked during the year of 2003 & then went to training school on 2004 & went to work again 2005. will i write the 2004 - unemployed? or just write the 2003 & 2005 till 2006 as employment status?

Do not leave any gaps means just that. If you have a period of unemployment, state it as such


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