DHS has indicated that they are not going to share the personal information provided. DHS has not made any statements about employer's information. Might be best to attempt to prove physical presence using other forms of evidence to reduce the risk. As a routine matter, our office has to prove ten years of physical presence for cancellation of removal for non-LPRs in removal court. We've identified many alternate methods than using employer information.
My colleague is correct.
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My colleague is correct ... yes, your uncle could get in trouble ... assuming that CIS has the time and resources.
Don't you have other ways to prove your whereabouts?
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I agree with my colleagues, is there any way to prove your physical preference.
USCIS is not going to just ignore documentation you send them. So, you might want to retain an immigration attorney to prepare the petition for you.