I am planning to join company B on h1 transfer receipt on 1st feb. my paystubs of company A has pay period which is one month before . So , paystub of 15th jan has pay period of 1 st dec to 15th dec . So if I get a RFE on let's say feb 20 asking to submit latest paystub , will we submit company B ' paystub ?
Once I resign Company A on 31jan after getting 31jan paystub , it will not process my feb paystubs , so I will have a gap of 1 month on pay period . Should I worry about it ?
Pay period does not matter.
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give them both paystubs and explain what happened. don't worry.
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