Question 15 (b) refers to serving time in a facility as a prisoner, not as an employee. That type of presence would come under employment history. You should have an immigration attorney review your application prior to filing. Good luck.
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It means serving time as an inmate of the facility, not working there as an employee. Yes, good idea to have an attorney review your entire I-485 filing.
Correct, the question seeks disclosure of having served time in prison or jail. It does not refer to working at a correctional facility (you wouldn't "serve" time at the facility in that sense).
I disagree with my colleagues. Question 15(b) asks about whether you have worked in a place where people are being imprisoned, as in some cases that may make a person inadmissible. The question that asks whether you have personally been imprisoned is 1(b).
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