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G-325A "Last occupation abroad" when last job was over 5 years ago.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hi, what do we put down for my fiance's "Last occupation abroad if not shown above". The last time she worked was in 2005, which is obviously more than 5 years ago. So do I just put N/A there or write her 2005 job?

Also, for the "Applicant's employment last five years", what would be the format? Like this?

Unemployed, N/A, 08/2005, Present Time

N/A, N/A, N/A, N/A

N/A, N/A, N/A, N/A

N/A, N/A, N/A, N/A

N/A, N/A, N/A, N/A

Thanks!

Edited by xwind

12-01-2014: Sent I-129F package via FedEx

12-03-2014: Package arrived at TSC

12-08-2014: Check cashed

12-12-2014: NOA1 hard copy

01-23-2015: USCIS status: Case was Approved

01-30-2015: NOA2 hard copy

02-02-2015: USCIS sent K1 package to NVC

02-10-2015: NVC received K1 package

02-11-2015: Date that NVC supposedly assigned case number

02-18-2015: Called NVC and asked for case number

02-23-2015: Paid MRV Fee

03-02-2015: Scheduled USEM interview appointment

03-02-2015: NVC letter received

03-09-2015: Medical interview

04-23-2015: USEM interview, got 221g email, CEAC status: Immigrant AP

04-28-2015: CFO Seminar, sent 221g response

04-29-2015: USEM received 221g response

04-30-2015: CEAC status date updated

06-17-2015: CEAC status: Non-Immigrant Ready

06-27-2015: CEAC status: Non-Immigrant AP

07-01-2015: Visa in hand! (CEAC still AP lol)

 

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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You just need to list the unemployment for the last 5 years. No need to put N/A in all the rest of the boxes.

You list the job from 2005, as it asks you to do: 'Last occupation abroad if not shown above. (Include all information requested above.)'

The job from 2005 was the last one abroad and was not listed above in the jobs from the last 5 years.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I see, thanks a lot! I wasn't sure if the last occupation abroad question was inclusive of the 5 year rule or not. Thanks for clarifying!


12-01-2014: Sent I-129F package via FedEx

12-03-2014: Package arrived at TSC

12-08-2014: Check cashed

12-12-2014: NOA1 hard copy

01-23-2015: USCIS status: Case was Approved

01-30-2015: NOA2 hard copy

02-02-2015: USCIS sent K1 package to NVC

02-10-2015: NVC received K1 package

02-11-2015: Date that NVC supposedly assigned case number

02-18-2015: Called NVC and asked for case number

02-23-2015: Paid MRV Fee

03-02-2015: Scheduled USEM interview appointment

03-02-2015: NVC letter received

03-09-2015: Medical interview

04-23-2015: USEM interview, got 221g email, CEAC status: Immigrant AP

04-28-2015: CFO Seminar, sent 221g response

04-29-2015: USEM received 221g response

04-30-2015: CEAC status date updated

06-17-2015: CEAC status: Non-Immigrant Ready

06-27-2015: CEAC status: Non-Immigrant AP

07-01-2015: Visa in hand! (CEAC still AP lol)

 

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