I am a permanent citizen & now I am applying for citizenship.I am trying to fill n-400 form 7 facing few problems.I have changed my address few times through ar-11 form online.But I did not keep any record & I forgot the dates though I can remember all addresses.what should I do about the dates?another problem is my jobs.I have done lot of temp jobs I dont even remember how many.is there anyway I can get all my job information in one place?
Perhaps review all the W2s and 1099s you were issued? They are generally attached to the tax forms by the accountant. If not, the accountant may have copies.
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From your accountant who will have the copies of all W-2s or 1099s issued to you
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I agree. Accountant will help
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Do not lie on your application, but put as much accurate information as you are able to recall. With regards to your addresses/dates, if you recall the year you moved but not the day then put just the year. It is more important to be accurate and honest than to force exact dates that may not be true (guessing can easily become lying).
As for your jobs, your income has always been reported to Social Security Administration. You can get your employment history through them (see link below). I did it to be certain of my employment history when I applied for the state bar to become an attorney, so I can tell you it works and is quite helpful (and you can save some money because you do have to contact an accountant).
try the best you can without falsifying. Best Wishes!
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