I agree that you should speak to an attorney. However, it is fairly routine for undocumented immigrants to prove their physical presence in other contexts using pay stubs (a particularly strong piece of evidence since most people won't pay you for hours you worked if you were not here). And, most of the time those pay stubs have an "incorrect" social security number. It is unlikely to reflect negatively on your application in my opinion.
You should meet with an attorney and have a confidential consultation to determine whether or not these documents would be the best proof of your residence.
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This could be a complicated scenario
I suggest having a lawyer look at he facts and advice you
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Risky and complicated for both you, and the employer(s).
Meet with an attorney in private ... this week ... the rules will be out next week.
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