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About N/A, NONE and leaving spaces blank on I-751

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Hi everyone,

We are preparing our I-751 and am not sure anymore about when to fill in N/A, NONE or when to just leave spaces blank.

Maybe this is not really important ... but it would be stupid to get an RFE for this. So I wanted to check with you all first:

- Mailing address: they ask to fill this in, if it is different from the address above on the form. If it is the same, do you write N/A, or just leave blank? (If I remember correctly from the previous Forms, it wasn't a good idea to leave things blank. But does that even apply to something like this?).

- Part 3,1: Other names used: if I do not have another name, do I write NONE or N/A? (My other name is not NONE, that's why I thought N/A would be better.)

- Part 4: My husband is US Citizen so he does not have an A number. Is the correct reply NONE, or N/A?

Thanks for your feedback.

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Think of it this way:

NONE, is for questions that can apply however you have NONE

N/A is for answering questions that do not apply.

You could have other names, however you do not, so "NONE"

An example of N/A A person is a natural born US Citizen, was born in the states, a question asking for "A" number or Naturalization Certificate would be answered N/A bcecause these do not apply to a natural born US citizen.

So for the A# question for a US citizen, Natural born citizen = N/A, A Naturalized citizen = "NONE"

Do not leave any question blank.

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If you are dumb, state why: N/A (because you are not dumb)

If you have dumb children: state how many: N/A (because you don't have any children)

If you had children, how many of those would you think were born dumb: none

If you have been married before, how many times: N/A as you have not been married before

How many of your former spouses were married before: N/A, as you have not been married before

How many of your siblings were born with two heads: none (if you have siblings), N/A (if you don't have siblings

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If you are dumb, state why: N/A (because you are not dumb)

If you have dumb children: state how many: N/A (because you don't have any children)

If you had children, how many of those would you think were born dumb: none

If you have been married before, how many times: N/A as you have not been married before

How many of your former spouses were married before: N/A, as you have not been married before

How many of your siblings were born with two heads: none (if you have siblings), N/A (if you don't have siblings

Your last example would be NONE in either case. You could have two headed siblings however you have NONE. This question could apply.

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Ha ha...I like this discussion.:lol: Some relief from the stress called USCIS.

If I had one sibling born with 2 heads but removed 1 head later, then:

How many of your siblings were born with two heads: ONE

If I had one sibling born with one head but attached a head later, then:

How many of your siblings were born with two heads: NONE

I hope I won't get an RFE for answering this way :rofl:

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Your last example would be NONE in either case. You could have two headed siblings however you have NONE. This question could apply.

Wrong.

Once again, the question is: How many of your siblings were born with two heads?

If you have siblings, but none of them were born with two heads, the answer would be none, just as I stated.

If you don't have siblings, however, the question is not applicable, so while none would be okay, N/A is the correct answer.

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Wrong.

Once again, the question is: How many of your siblings were born with two heads?

If you have siblings, but none of them were born with two heads, the answer would be none, just as I stated.

If you don't have siblings, however, the question is not applicable, so while none would be okay, N/A is the correct answer.

That doesn't make sense. The response is either none or N/A, not both. If N/A is correct, then none is incorrect, so it is therefore not okay.

Thanks for playing though, justbob :thumbs: .

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