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I wondered the exact same thing. But what can you do? There's no space for writing "none' or "na". I just left mine blank and mailed it anyway.

Maybe someone else has more insight???


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yes...leave it blank if u dont have any criminal history


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If you read the instructions, I think that you will find that every questin requires a respose, even if that response is N/A or NONE. Leave it blank and you will most likely receive an RFE.


I finally got rid of the never ending money drain. I called the plumber, and got the problem fixed. I wish her the best.

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If you read the instructions, I think that you will find that every questin requires a respose, even if that response is N/A or NONE. Leave it blank and you will most likely receive an RFE.

Ditto. No response will most likely make them wonder and the aforementioned RFE might be sent to you.


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yes...leave it blank if u dont have any criminal history

correct!!! :thumbs:

If you read the instructions, I think that you will find that every questin requires a respose, even if that response is N/A or NONE. Leave it blank and you will most likely receive an RFE.

Gee, can't get a more unequivocal answer than that! :blush:

I think the two who answered leave it blank are recently filers, while the two who said not to leave it blank filed long ago. I too had the same question after mailing my package away a week ago. I've been wondering the past few days. But there is no place to answer in the negative, or if it does NA - it's just a check box if one applies. my 2 cents!


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I was approved by not answering the question. There is no space for no or N/A. I left it blank.


March 29, 2006: mailed the I-129f form after getting all the documents translated and prepared

April 07, 2006: NOA-1

June 30, 2006: IMBRA RFE received by me

July 07, 2006: IMBRA RFE received by CSC

Aug 01, 2006: NOA-2

Aug 15, 2006: receipt from NVC stating they have the approved petition

Aug 25, 2006: email from US Embassy in Moscow, interview scheduled for Oct 16 @ 8:00 am

Sep 29, 2006: packet 3 finally received at old address even though we notified the NVC and Moscow Embassy of the new address.

October 16, 2006: Interview She passed

October 26, 2006: Arrival Date in the United States

November 09, 2006: Married

January 01, 2007: Moved from Florida to Kansas City (job related, not by choice)

January 12, 2007: Mailed paperwork for AOS, EAD, travel

January 18, 2007: Chicago received petitions

February 06, 2007: Biometrics appointment

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I left it blank. There's no space for no -- it's just a check box.


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Biometrics: 9/28/07

EAD/AP: 10/17/07

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We filled out the new I-129F and if I remember correctly, we left it blank too. Whenever possible we put N/A or None, but in this case, it just was not possible.

Mo


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We filled out the new I-129F and if I remember correctly, we left it blank too. Whenever possible we put N/A or None, but in this case, it just was not possible.

Mo

I have never looked at the new form. I didnt realize that it was only a check box. Thought there was a blank space to fill in. Gues you cant write NONE if there is no space for it.


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This is the same things as the IMBRA RFE's some of us received, it was only check boxes. I left if blank, and did not have any problem.

Actually, I haven't heard of anyone on here yet that had a problem with leaving it blank.


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Touched - 6/02/2006

Touched - 6/03/2006

IMBRA RFE Received - 06/30/2006 (Dated 06/23/2006)

IMBRA RFE Delivered - 07/01/2006 (USPS Next Day)

Touched - 07/03/2006 (Email saying they sent RFE)

Touched - 07/04/2006

Touched - 07/05/2006

Touched - 07/10/2006 (Recieved RFE Response)

Touched - 07/11/2006

Touched - 07/12/2006

Touched - 07/13/2006

Touched - 08/03/2006

NOA2 Approved - 08/03/2006

Touched - 08/06/2006

NVC Entered Case into System - 08/21/2006

Consulate in Rio de Janeiro confirms receipt - 08/29/2006 (may have arrived sooner, only got around to calling today).

Fiance sent Packet 3 to Embassy (Before she actually received it) - 09/01/2006

Fiance receives actual Packet 3 - 09/06/2006

Fiance receives Packet 4 - 09/22/2006

Medical Scheduled - 11/06/2006

Interview Scheduled - 11/07/2006

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brucejg,

It has nothing to do with when you filed. It has everything to do with having filled out the IMBRA questions. As has been revealed, there is no available option for "no or N/A".

Poorly designed form? Absolutely.

Gee, can't get a more unequivocal answer than that! :blush:

I think the two who answered leave it blank are recently filers, while the two who said not to leave it blank filed long ago. I too had the same question after mailing my package away a week ago. I've been wondering the past few days. But there is no place to answer in the negative, or if it does NA - it's just a check box if one applies. my 2 cents!

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brucejg,

It has nothing to do with when you filed. It has everything to do with having filled out the IMBRA questions. As has been revealed, there is no available option for "no or N/A".

Poorly designed form? Absolutely.

Gee, can't get a more unequivocal answer than that! :blush:

I think the two who answered leave it blank are recently filers, while the two who said not to leave it blank filed long ago. I too had the same question after mailing my package away a week ago. I've been wondering the past few days. But there is no place to answer in the negative, or if it does NA - it's just a check box if one applies. my 2 cents!

William - I guess we agree- when I said it had to do when you filed, I implied using a form that was pre IMBRA and thus those posters wouldn't know what the current IMBRA form questions look like. Definitely a poorly designed form from the standpoint of answering questions.


I-129F

9-18-06 mailed I-129F to Texas !!!

10-02-06 NOA1 date CSC

12-26-06 APPROVED NOA2!!!

02-20-07 K1 VISA APPROVED !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

05-12-07 MARRIED !!!!!!

AOS

06-11-07 mailed package !!!!

06-18-07 NOAs for I-485, I-765, I-131

09-21-07 GC received!!!!!

I-751 - gathering documents to send Jun 09

06-02-09 mail I-751 package !!!

06-05-09 I-751 rec'd at VSC - the clock starts now

06-08-09 I-751 NOA date

07-09-09 Biometrics

10-20-09 date of approval letter, rec'd 10-24-09

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