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Hello all!

We are working through the n-400 and I'm quite frustrated with myself. We are currently working on the sections which ask for employment and address data, and we never kept track, to the day of when we moved apartments or when my beloved changed jobs. 

 

If I estimate and am wrong is this a huge deal? Uugh! I am just not sure how to figure out exactly when my husband left certain jobs, especially because one of his previous employers is out of business now, and another has almost entirely new staff.

 

Any advice?

 

Thank you all so much! 

Happy New Year to everyone!!

Megan 


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3 hours ago, Tee and Megan said:

Hello all!

We are working through the n-400 and I'm quite frustrated with myself. We are currently working on the sections which ask for employment and address data, and we never kept track, to the day of when we moved apartments or when my beloved changed jobs. 

 

If I estimate and am wrong is this a huge deal? Uugh! I am just not sure how to figure out exactly when my husband left certain jobs, especially because one of his previous employers is out of business now, and another has almost entirely new staff.

 

Any advice?

 

Thank you all so much! 

Happy New Year to everyone!!

Megan 

look over you last w-2s, paystubs, or direct deposits and or address changes on former DL. I dont remember how many time i changed apartments and jobs myself. i myself lived in 5 different states and who knows how many jobs did i change. 

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8/7/2017                    NOA-1

3/1/2018                    NOA-2

3/15/2018                  NVC case received

3/22/2018                  NVC case assigned

3/23/2018                  Consulate ready

4/11/2018                  Medical

4/17/2018                  Visa Approved

4/24/2018                  Visa on hand

5/23/2018                  Point of Entry ATL

5/24/2018                  Marriage license, officiant and certificate / applied for SS#

5/31/2018                  AOS/AP/EAD

6/7/2018                    email notification of NOA-1

6/11/2018                  NOA-1 hard copies for AOS/EAD/AP

6/27/2018                  Biometrics for AOS/EAD

7/7/2018                    ready to be scheduled for interview

7/11/2018                  We are still reviewing your case and there are no updates at this time (email from USCIS)

8/22/2018                  We are still reviewing your case and there are no updates at this time (same email again)

9/5/2018                     We are still reviewing your case and there are no updates at this time (this is getting boring!!!)

10/3/2018                  We are still reviewing your case and there are no updates at this time (this is insanity, 4th time while some got GC)

10/17/2018                After 136 days of wait in HELL, finally EAD in production

10/21/2018                Card was mailed to me, and yes it said so on a Sunday night, while Vj-ing

10/22/2018                Card was picked up by the USPS

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12/28/2018                Interview has been scheduled. Waiting for notification with date by snail mail

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No, its not a huge deal if they are not the exact dates.   As long as you write all the places and addresses, you'll be fine.   It doesnt need to be exact and an approximate date it will be fine.  The travel dates are different. you need the exact dates because they have a record of your departures and arrivals.  

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Go to Credit Karma dot com, create an account and look at your official credit report. It will have all your "official" addresses.

 

Just give approximate dates for employment, and you'll be fine. I am speaking from experience of having gone through the Citizenship interview.


1. Spouse 1 went through Diversity Lottery Green Card and Citizenship application processes 

2. Spouse 2 went through K1 (I-129F) and AOS (I-485) processes

3. ROC (I-751) window for Spouse 2 opens in Jan 2019

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