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I have Facebook, instagram, twitter and more, but all are for my business under my business name.

none are personal, other than a facebook that I only use to update my business page.

DS260 is asking about social media accounts, should I list them? or do they need only personal accounts?

there is nothing related to my husband there, only my business, I am an artist and there are only photos of my work there.

will they think it's strange that there are no personal photos there? I'm not sure how they think.

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12 minutes ago, babyblue22 said:

there is nothing related to my husband there,

I would suspect they are not looking for references to a pending immigration case......this is a national security concern, imo.

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Well that is a new question on the form, so there won't be a lot of experience here on how the best way to answer that is. My best guess would be to include them, it's better to error on the side of caution. That way they won't be suspicious if you don't have any listed. And it won't cause problems later if they find the account and then consider you withheld info or falsified your record. So even though it doesn't seem relevant, it would probably be best to include it. Time will tell as we all see how it plays out with these new questions on the form.

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3 minutes ago, Moon&Stars said:

Well that is a new question on the form, so there won't be a lot of experience here on how the best way to answer that is. My best guess would be to include them, it's better to error on the side of caution. That way they won't be suspicious if you don't have any listed. And it won't cause problems later if they find the account and then consider you withheld info or falsified your record. So even though it doesn't seem relevant, it would probably be best to include it. Time will tell as we all see how it plays out with these new questions on the form.

I agree, I would error on the side of caution if at the very least to avoid a potentially lengthy delay in AP if they see these during any background checks.

 

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i know that going thru this process terrified me at times

Here we are told over and over ,  don't give out personal info,  ss # and now,we have to disclose all to immigration

sending financial and everything about our very private lives thru emails,   the post office,  etc felt like a real invasion to me

 

but yes,   immigration is concerned for security reasons not just your personal life but your business life

who you do business with or who tries to do business with you (even if not known by you)

any of these sites that are connected to a cell phone are easily seen when you have to  give cell phone # to immigration on applications 

don't leave anything off thinking it is not important

they ask for social media used , /  they want to see social media used

 

i would say if you really have any questions about that call the local DHS number and ask

 

 

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