They ask for a list of employers, but I am a student. I worked as a babysitter but I don't have any official records of that. Do I still have to fill in the list of employers with the names of the families I babysit? Because I haven't been really unemployed.
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No, just state babysitter, city and state and dates. Of course, you should be aware that not all immigrants can legally work in the US, and I think you should be filing the forms with the help of an attorney. Good luck!
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You may have been an independent contractor and not an employee, so you can indicate self employed and the job title.
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