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I'm about to send off the initial I-129F Package once I return to the US myself. I'm having some trouble with the G-325a form with the addresses and job history of the past 5 years. I moved a lot during my university years so in order to list all these addresses I want to add a supplemental page. Should I just say so on the first row of the table and write all my addresses on a separate sheet or fill it out as much space as I can and continue on another sheet?

For job history if I was unemployed, I can simply write employer: Unemployed (no address), title: N/A and the dates. I had to google the addresses of some of my older jobs, I'm a bit nervous they may be slightly different than when I worked there in 2011.

Finally, I want to send in my package as soon as possible, but I know by the end of June I will be leaving my current job. Should I just list myself as unemployed already for July (I'll probably be mailing the package during the first week of July), or wait for when I start a new job to turn in the package since the job I start will be the information I use for the Affidavit of Support later down the road.

Thank you all for your help!

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