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DS-160: Previous Employment and Education/Training

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Hi, 

Has anyone had problem with filing out the online form DS-160 when you are unable to save previous employment and school you had attended before the current one? 

Both me and my fiance could not include those info as the website does allow that? is that a bug? 

Many thanks!

Sincerely,

Loc

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1 hour ago, Spotify said:

I have the same issue.  Did you submit the DS160 anyways without previous work?

Yes, we did. 

What I'm worried is that, in I-129F the previous (at that time it was the current) employment had been entered. But then now DS-160 the current employment was entered, which is different to I-129F.  

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8 hours ago, Ate said:

Probably a bug.  Anyway, the beneficiary's employment/education history isn't really a factor for K1 approval/denial.  Don't worry about it.

  

Thank you. We hope soo! 

We are about to prepare a Resume that show history of employment and schools attended, along with documentations proving that. What else would like recommend us to do? 

Many thanks!

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12 hours ago, anlocnghg said:

We are about to prepare a Resume that show history of employment and schools attended, along with documentations proving that. What else would like recommend us to do?

 

It wouldn't hurt to bring your resume to the interview.  But I must say that I have yet to hear of anyone here on VJ who was asked for a resume, as the beneficiary's employment/education really isn't a factor for K1.  As for the discrepancy with the I-129F, just explain that there was a technical issue in completing the relevant section on the DS-160, in case the interviewer asks (I doubt it).  For the interview, I suggest you focus on the petitioner's financials and your relationship evidence.  Good luck!

 

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On 3/12/2019 at 8:19 PM, Ate said:

 

It wouldn't hurt to bring your resume to the interview.  But I must say that I have yet to hear of anyone here on VJ who was asked for a resume, as the beneficiary's employment/education really isn't a factor for K1.  As for the discrepancy with the I-129F, just explain that there was a technical issue in completing the relevant section on the DS-160, in case the interviewer asks (I doubt it).  For the interview, I suggest you focus on the petitioner's financials and your relationship evidence.  Good luck!

 

Yes @Ate

We already have well enough relationship evidence and financial support. I'm just worried other minor things that might delay our planned flying to the US after the interview...

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On ‎3‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 1:13 PM, anlocnghg said:

Hi, 

Has anyone had problem with filing out the online form DS-160 when you are unable to save previous employment and school you had attended before the current one? 

Both me and my fiance could not include those info as the website does allow that? is that a bug? 

Many thanks!

Sincerely,

Loc

Bring the employment to the interview where you can update the DS-160 if indeed the CO asked for that information. If not just keep on keepin on.


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17 minutes ago, anlocnghg said:

We did. How about you @Spotify? and how was your interview? Thanks.

Yeah we submitted it anyways (without previous work -- I notice you're only able to get that screen only if you hit Next Next and Back)  

 

We haven't had our interview yet.

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29 minutes ago, Spotify said:

Yeah we submitted it anyways (without previous work -- I notice you're only able to get that screen only if you hit Next Next and Back)  

 

We haven't had our interview yet.

Yes, me too. I was only able to see that section when I clicked 'Previous' button at the bottom.

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