I am adjusting soon but I am worried I worked without authorization and recieved a check with taxes deducted , I only completed one w2 for my past 5 employers and never completed a i9 form . the w2 I completed was in march 2012 I worked . there for 5 days . can my employer fill out an i9 for me and sign it without my consent will this haunt me at my interview
This is unlikely, even if conceivable. In those remote situations, an experienced attorney should be able to come up with a strategy to defend you. If you have an further concerns, then I strongly recommend that you retain a competent and experienced immigration attorney. Good luck.
If you are adjusting through marriage to a US citizen, then I wouldn't worry about any of this. Just be sure to be truthful, especially during your upcoming AOS interview.
You will not be bothered with any of this. If your employer(s) did what you are imagining they did (I doubt it) then It is your employers that have a problem, if DHS decides to pursue them, which is far from certain.
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