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Should I write and bring up my outsourcing job experience on DS-260 and Interview?

I'll give some details:

I've worked as a fleet dispatcher for a small (20-ish trailers and few trucks) trucking company for approximately 6 months.

Company is based in US.

Though I don't know fully how the US law approves this action, I was working from another country 5600 miles away. Though we had no problems with operating this way, did nothing illegal, just booking loads (not double brockering, which is absolutely illegal in that industry and otherwise I wouldnt have asked this qeustion here lol) and assigning trucks and drivers to them.

The reason I'm asking this that I didn't have any papers signed before starting my job, which means, no contracts, no papers, nothing at all, which meant that u/absolutedoner didn't exist in that company. But I was still using my real name, again, nothing illegal, nothing to hide.

Just the company paying $600-700 to a person abroad rather than paying normal US salary to people in US.

I'm not advising anything illegal here, just providing my past info and asking a question:

How can embassy react to this?

Should I bring it up or just never mention it anywhere?

I really don't know what to do, I loved doing that job, I had nothing to hide, in fact I was proud to be a dispatcher since I loved that industry since I was a kid. I just dont wanna get denied because of that.

Thank you!

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