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Thanks for the response...actually I have already filled out the form and filled it...I put down the dates to the VERY BEST of my honest memory.
So that being said the form is already filed but I should be ok...since I answered it to my best honest ability correct.
Just fyi...the form also has the exact dates of my employment now which is correct.
Its just the part time job almost 10 years ago that I can't 100% verify.
So long story short I am ok?....Correct?
Thanks and I will accept upon clarification.
I just had one quick follow up...I don't think this changes your answer but I wanted to be detailed with why I asked the above question.
The reason I asked the original question is b/c I recently changed positions and I was looking at my form U4 which had been filled out years ago and noticed the typo in the start date in my employment history. Being the detailed person that I am I filled out and admendment right away to correct the typo upon my first dicovery as I am suppose to do.
In the process of correcting the typo is were I realized I did not have a way of finding out the exact dates.
I just wanted to give you more insight and a more detailed picture of why I asked the question.
Does this change your advice?...Thanks
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