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Hello All,

This is my first post on this forum, but I just want to say how cool it is to see the support that is shared in this forum.

I have a question about the G-325A, and any advice/insights/tips that can be provided would be greatly appreciated. As a fairly recent college graduates, our work history consists of a mish-mash of random part time jobs that sometimes only lasted for a month. At some points, we were employed by 2 or 3 part time jobs at the same time!

I worry that this may raise a lot of eyebrows, cause confusion, and even cause our application to be seriously delayed. My question is - do you put part-time employment on the application? Where do you draw the line? Do you put down that you had a 3-week job mowing lawns? A 1-day job trying to deliver newspapers without a bike or car (long story).

Any thoughts or advice would be appreciated! Thank you.

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hey Agape,

as a newb as well, I`m sure there are those here who can give advice from experience....

but when I was filling it out, I went with the logic of listing only the jobs which can be verified i.e. which are listed in my work document (in Croatia, all those capable of working have a little book in which all your full time registered jobs are listed and certified by the employer- those are the jobs I listed in G-325A)

All my freelancing jobs I didn`t list, since they were based on individual contracts and in Croatia, those do not constitute a full time, registered employement and they don`t appear in any of the employement documents other than the tax return.

I`m not sure if these two cents of mine help ....


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hey Agape,

as a newb as well, I`m sure there are those here who can give advice from experience....

but when I was filling it out, I went with the logic of listing only the jobs which can be verified i.e. which are listed in my work document (in Croatia, all those capable of working have a little book in which all your full time registered jobs are listed and certified by the employer- those are the jobs I listed in G-325A)

All my freelancing jobs I didn`t list, since they were based on individual contracts and in Croatia, those do not constitute a full time, registered employement and they don`t appear in any of the employement documents other than the tax return.

I`m not sure if these two cents of mine help ....

Good advice!

Peter Miami


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I think the advice by Ivona is the best. James couldn't remember all of his temp jobs when he filled some other forms (but we haven't heard back about them so hopefully that's ok!) and he put what he could because that was all he could do. Good luck!


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I think the advice by Ivona is the best. James couldn't remember all of his temp jobs when he filled some other forms (but we haven't heard back about them so hopefully that's ok!) and he put what he could because that was all he could do. Good luck!

Thank you all for your advice and help!

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