Subject: Re: Husband working without work permit (I-130 form questions)
Posted on: Wed, 27 Feb 2008 18:08:10 -0800
> My husband (we married Dec of 2007) had a "conditional SSN" when he arrived
> in the US 2 years ago to work for one certain company. Since this time he is
> not working for this company any longer, and is employed by another company
> using this SSN even though technically it isn't valid for this second company.
> Since this time his J-1 visa (student) has also expired- we're working to get
> his visa status changed but it hasn't been done yet (so I guess technically
> he is now illegal). He is paying taxes at this job he has.
> The thing is, when I filled out his I-130 (petition for alien relative) form
> I didn't realize he was being taxed and working as if he were legal (though
> he is not) at this second company. So, when we did his biographical
> information form (G-325) I didn't include this job under his past employment
> history. But, how he's being taxed and is going to file his income taxes and
> I figure the government is probably going to put 2 and 2 together and realize
> that this G-325 I filled out is incorrect. How do I fix this? I JUST sent it
> in and I wish I had found out that he was being taxed sooner so I could have
> included it. Is there a way to amend this form quickly so it doesn't result
> in the case being backed up as it probably hasn't even been processed yet?
Wait until they question it. In the future, should the question of his
employment come up, he should answer correctly.
This is a good reason for the person to fill out their own forms, or to
be directly questioned regarding the questions, rather thanuming the
answers. Did he just sign the form with the incorrect information?
His signature is the one that is supposed to be on his Bio form.