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Either way should be fine. The important thing is to not have any gaps, but when you say you were studying till Apr 2013 and working from May 2013, it may be that you were studying till 25 Apr and then you took a few days to start working in a new city on May 1. Or May 10th, even

Or you could say Studying Apr 2013, Working Apr 2013 because you graduated on Apr 5th and started working on Apr 25. That’s perfectly fine as well .

However, if you said Studying Apr 2013 and working July 2013, you would have to account for the months in between. You might say “Unemployed: May 2013 – Jun 2013” and that would be fine.

IRCC doesn’t want to see any large gaps or unaccounted time in your history.

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