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My fiancee (in Russia) has been doing some off thebooks work for the last couple of years for a company headquartered in a third country. This work is not reflected in her Work Book (official record of employment) and we were wondering if she should put her complete work history into her G-325A. Of course if she did this would contradict her official record...

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My fiancee (in Russia) has been doing some off thebooks work for the last couple of years for a company headquartered in a third country. This work is not reflected in her Work Book (official record of employment) and we were wondering if she should put her complete work history into her G-325A. Of course if she did this would contradict her official record...

i'll probably be verbally beat up for saying so, but if there is no record of the work, why bother saying anything? it could open up a can of worms neither of you want to deal with. best wishes


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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I did a bunch of internships and worked as a store manager that never signed my book, and now I´m a teacher at an English Course here in town, none of those are in my work book and I can´t really prove it so in my G-325A form I said NONE under work.


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My fiancee (in Russia) has been doing some off thebooks work for the last couple of years for a company headquartered in a third country. This work is not reflected in her Work Book (official record of employment) and we were wondering if she should put her complete work history into her G-325A. Of course if she did this would contradict her official record...

i'll probably be verbally beat up for saying so, but if there is no record of the work, why bother saying anything? it could open up a can of worms neither of you want to deal with. best wishes

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My fiancee (in Russia) has been doing some off thebooks work for the last couple of years for a company headquartered in a third country. This work is not reflected in her Work Book (official record of employment) and we were wondering if she should put her complete work history into her G-325A. Of course if she did this would contradict her official record...

Id say omit it on the G-325A. My fiance also did some 'off the books' work in the last few years, but nothing that could really be reported as employment. He put "NONE" on his G-325A. We felt it would have been more complicated to explain the bits and pieces of odd jobs he did, some of which were only for a short while and looked more like job-hopping than anything substantial.

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I agree, leave it out, it will just cause confusion. Maybe that's not the "right" answer, but I think it makes the most sense.


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Do they really call your employers to verify? I am worried about entering the wrong dates or missing something?

Something new to stress about.. darn it!

I have serious doubts about your employers being contacted.


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03-27-06 BKK Embassy email "no record of my case"

03-27-06 NVC approval letter rcvd

03-30-06 BKK Embassy confirms case by email

03-31-06 Fiancee Medical passed

04-07-06 Packet 3 rcvd

04-20-06 Packet 4 rcvd

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07-05-06 Applied for SS Card

08-18-06 Married

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01-10-07 email Welcome letter sent

01-09-07 email AP approved

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01-16-07 Welcome letter rcvd in the mail

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