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The trial work period works like this: You work an unlimited amount for 9 months
Then, you can work and earn up to $1,040 per month for 36 months
When does the trial work period begin and end? Are there a limitation on earnings in the months that count toward the 9 month trial work period? Are there different rules for self employed workers (I have to hire other individuals because I physically cannot perform all the work required of me)?
The trial work period begins when you start working and ends 9 months after that, unless you stop working within that 9 months. There are not special rules for those who are self employed.
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Please clarify your answer. Does the trial work period run consecutive months. I do project work so it is likely I may work and get paid two months, and then not have any work for several months. Also, I would like you to lock our chat. Thanks.
It runs every month you work. So if in a three month period you only worked two months, that would be two months not three.
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