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Ok in the first place to all moderators/webmasters;

My apologies if this thread has been placed in the wrong topic.

I really didn’t/don’t know in which topic this question suits/fits/should go too!

All aliens/foreigners had to fill a "G325A" form right?

On that form, you need to fill in which employer(s) you worked for, for the past decade right?

What I kind of wonder is;….does the American government contact your current employer?

Why do I want to know?

Well,….I don’t know if anyone of you all told your current employer about your emigration plans, but I never told them!

Why not?

In the first place; because it’s "private business"

And secondly; I don’t know how other employers in other countries react on that kind of emigration news, but the employers here in The Netherlands / Holland, no matter "how good you are",…they are not really too "keen" on someone who is planning to emigrate!

Why?

Well,….does the phrase "Home, is where your heart is", mean anything to you?

Dutch employers take that phrase usually literal, from their point of view; "if your “heart is with America", then you have no heart for the company no more, so you are no use to us, which means, that they will fire you as soon as they can!

Why?

Even though business like emigrating is "private", they probably will take it as keeping (for the company) vital information infront of you, and they will try to find a way to get rid of you, because of it!

So again, does the American government check out your employer, by notifying/checking out your employer about your emigration plans?

Or do they check that out in a different way?

Did the plausible described situation above actual happen to someone?

Or did anyone experience major/bad American Government research consequences?

Many thanks in advance.

Mark (F) .

Ps.

Don’t worry, my employer has NOT fired me,……...yet,…but I am kind of afraid, that as soon as the American government is going to check out my current employer, and my employer on their turn finding out about my emigration plans, that they might fire me over it!(keeping for the company vital information infront of you)

Finding another job wont be a problem though,….its just the extra hassle, you know ontop of everything else!

Finding a job never really been a problem though, I mean my Looove and I filed the I-129F only a couple weeks ago, and I already got a contract set with an American (Texan) employer, which will be activated as soon as I get an SSN#!!! ;):D:P

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i dont think so in that case they would hv to spend a lot doing this calling it is used probably just as reference for the time frame and job history. so i dont think they call your country and check

i hv been approved and awaiting for my interview and no1 has called my job place

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Dec 10 - sent I130 for Mom & Dad

Jan- Recd NOA1

Feb- Recd RFE for missing BC

Mar- Recd RFE for missing BC

Apr- NOA2 Case approved

May- NVC case #

May- paid $88 AOS FEE

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i hv been approved and awaiting for my interview and no1 has called my job place

A ton of rocks drops of my back if its true that they don’t check!

Noone contacted your job? I take it, that you never notified your employer either then?

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Filed: Country: Canada
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Have you filed a K-1? Where are you and your fiancée in this process? I'm not sure what your question is regarding a visa. Filling in your timeline and asking a specific question might help some too.


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My employers were not contacted either.

Jen


Removing of Conditions Timeline

05/29/2007 - Sent package to NSC

05/31/2007 - Package received by NSC

06/01/2007 - Date on NOA (1 day after they received our package!)

06/11/2007 - NOA and Biometrics notice received via snail-mail

06/21/2007 - Biometrics taken

04/03/2008 - Transferred to CSC

05/14/2008 - Approved (notified via email)

05/21/2008 - Card received

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I just submitted my I-129F and I know that we provided addresses only - while I can't say for sure that they wont contact you, if they had that intent I'm sure they would have wanted more information (such as a phone number, the name of your boss etc).

I hope that helps (F)


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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My employer knew of my plans (seeing as we had a staff of 5, it's kinda hard not to!), and as far as I know, she was not directly contacted.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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Mine was never contacted either (and my then-employer was a friend of mine, so he definitely would have told me).

I wouldn't worry :)


AOS timeline:

03/17/06 filed for AOS

03/28-06 touched

04/04/06 biometrics

04/05/06 touched

05/23/06 transfered to CSC

06/17/06 touched

08/16/06 touched

11/20/06 USCIS cust.service started inquiry about case (because it's outside of processing times)

11/30/06 approval e-mail

12/07/06 Greencard in the mail (= 8 months and 21 days for the entire AOS process)

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My fiacne's employer was never contacted and his employer is based out of the US..he worked on a cruise ship and the main office is out of Miami, FL...so they would not have to have called overseas but they never contacted them. So I dont think there is any need to worry.


10/25/2005 - I-129F packet mailed to TSC

11/03/2005 - NOA 1 from CSC

11/07/2005 - Check cashed

02/03/2006 - NOA2 by e-mail

05/03/2006 - Leave for Jamaica

05/09/2006 - Interview "VISA APPROVED"

05/15/2006 - Return from Jamaica

05/22/2006 - Called off the wedding and Adrian left

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Filed: Country: Netherlands
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Have you filed a K-1? Where are you and your fiancée in this process? I'm not sure what your question is regarding a visa. Filling in your timeline and asking a specific question might help some too.

(F) Hi KarenCee

:luv:(L) Hi Mark (my fiance) I LOVE YOU! (L):luv:

Our timeline is over there<<<<<<<<<<

Thanks everyone for their input!

Thank Goodness for this site!

Good Luck all!

Regards

Michele (F)


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Filed: Country: Canada
Timeline

Have you filed a K-1? Where are you and your fiancée in this process? I'm not sure what your question is regarding a visa. Filling in your timeline and asking a specific question might help some too.

(F) Hi KarenCee

:luv:(L) Hi Mark (my fiance) I LOVE YOU! (L):luv:

Our timeline is over there<<<<<<<<<<

Thanks everyone for their input!

Thank Goodness for this site!

Good Luck all!

Regards

Michele (F)

Thanks Michele...I had no idea :D

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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TRUE STORY!

Natalie was keeping a careful secret that she was seeing an American. She has to answer some intrusive questions why she needed time off of work. Like...Do you not need the money? Do we pay you too much???

Well, when I visited her in December, who sat behind us in the train?!? Her boss, her plant manager, and her technical director! The cat was out of the bag!

Kinda ironic...I just explained the english phrase "The cat is out of the bag" the night before. She also showed me photos of these people and here they were sitting behind us on the train!

Hehe, I was drunk with her plant manager before noon! I don't think my liver has been the same since!


2/1/2006 Mailed I-129F to NSC

2/2/2006 I-129F delivered to NSC

2/6/2006 NSC NOA1 - Received!

2/8/2006 NSC NOA2 - Approved!

2/10/2006 NSC mails K1 to NVC

2/20/2006 NVC received K1

2/27/2006 NVC Mail K1 to Kiev

3/9/2006 Kiev Receives K1

3/10/2006 FAX'ed appointment letter to Kiev

3/14/2006 Scheduled interview in Kiev

4/10/2006 Appointment in Kiev

4/10/2006 K-1 Visa Received

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Colombia
Timeline

Have you filed a K-1? Where are you and your fiancée in this process? I'm not sure what your question is regarding a visa. Filling in your timeline and asking a specific question might help some too.

(F) Hi KarenCee

:luv:(L) Hi Mark (my fiance) I LOVE YOU! (L):luv:

Our timeline is over there<<<<<<<<<<

Thanks everyone for their input!

Thank Goodness for this site!

Good Luck all!

Regards

Michele (F)

Thanks Michele...I had no idea :D

good luck


Johanna & Peter

Colombia / U.S.A.

I-129F / K-1 Fiancee Visa

08-20-02 - Met Johanna in Armenia, Colombia

10-05-05 - K-1 Sent to TSC

10-14-05 - Received NOA1 by E-Mail (Day 9)

12-22-05 - Reveived NOA2 By E-Mail & Mail (Day 78)

03-03-06 - Interview Date! (Day 149) Approved

03-10-06 - Johanna Arrived

05-27-06 - Married

I-485 / AOS (Did not applied for EAD or AP)

06-05-06 - Sent I-485 application to Chicago via USPS (Day 1)

06-06-06 - AOS Package Delivered at 12:29PM

06-12-06 - Received NOA1 by Mail

06-14-06 - Check Cashed

06-22-06 - Received Appointment Notice for Biometrics

06-26-06 - "Request for Additional Evidence" Online, waiting for letter

06-29-06 - Biometrics Done!

06-30-06 - Received RFE Letter by mail. (Missing Birth Certificate)

07-10-06 - Sent RFE by Express Mail USPS

07-11-06 - RFE Delivered @ 10:54AM Sign by D. Atwell

08-28-06 - AOS Transferred to CSC E-mail & USCIS Website (Day 85)

08-30-06 - Touched #1

08-31-06 - Touched #2

08-31-06 - E-Mail from CRIS & USCIS-CSSO - CSC received AOS Application

09-01-06 - Touched #3

09-01-06 - NOA by Mail Regarding Transfer to CSC

09-05-06 - Touched #4

09-07-06 - Touched #5

09-13-06 - Touched #6

09-15-06 - AOS Approved by Online Status & E-mail

09-21-06 - Received GC and Welcome Letter (Day 109)

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Filed: Country: Canada
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At most, i would suspect the randomly cross-reference where you say you worked, with things like tax information for inconsistencies.... and i doubt they check every one or every person either

Edit: wow i can spell... sometimes spell check makes me feel really stupid, and english is my primary language!

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Service Center: Nebraska Service Center

Consulate: Montreal, Canada

First Met:..............................2003-08-14

Proposed:.............................2006-2-10

Marriage:..............................2006-04-29

Marriage License Applied for:..2006-05-08

Marriage License Recieved:....2006-08-15 (bout time....)

_________________________________

I 130

I-130 Sent:......................2006-08-17

I-130 NOA1 issued:..........2006-08-28

Touch:............................2006-08-30

I-130 Check Cashed:........2006-09-01

APPROVED.......................2006-10-24 (68 Days)

Case Number Assigned......2006-11-13

Choice of Agent accepted...2006-11-20 (via email)

IV Bill Generated................2006-11-27

RFE.................................2007-??-??

CASE COMPLETE @ NVC......2007-12-14

INTERVIEW.......................2008-5-7 -- APPROVED AND DONE!

_______________________________

I 129F

I-129F Sent:..................2006-09-05

I-129F NOA1 Issued:......2006-09-11

I-129F NOA1 Recvd:......2006-09-13

Touch:..........................2006-09-14

Touch:..........................2006-09-20

Touch:..........................2006-10-23 (Transfer to CSC)

Touch:..........................2006-10-25

1-129F Approved...........2006-11-29

Packet 3 Recvd..............2006-12-19

Medical.........................2007-01-5

Packet 3 Sent................2007-01-18

Interview Scheduled.......2007-06-19 APPROVED!

Visa in hand..................2007-06-25

Moving Day!..................2007-06-30

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