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Hello, i have 2 questions:

1) which name should i put for my middle name ? my dad's name or my grandfather name or any of them or both ?

2) in the form G 325-a ,should i put my signature in Arabic or English ? also the form say it's expired in Feb 2015, can i still proceed with it ?

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On my husbands I-130 we used his fathers name as the middle name and there was no issues I got approved a few weeks ago from Nebraska, sign it in English there should be a part that says if your name is written in another language not english write it here so do that in arabic, and the expiration on the form does not matter that gets asked quite often so no worries about that .

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morgan answered very well, i filled my petition and there is a lawyer helped me, and i wrote the middle name as my father's name and family name as the last name in ur full name, and u will find like morgan said there is a part saying if your name does not with the roman letters then write it below, so write your name with English then with Arabic letters, i am Egyptian too :)
good luck

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When we first filed we used the last name on his list of names as his last name and the others were all middle names. However, all the paperwork then had his first name and his last name only; skipping all the other names in printed form...So, if his name was Hamada Essam Mohamed Ahmed Hussein (he uses five names), they printed it as Hamada Hussein. That didn't work for us, so we redid all the paperwork, so all his names besides the first one went in the last name slot. We left the middle name blank. So now all the paperwork says Hamada Essam Mohamed Ahmed Hussein (not really his name), and my husband is much happier. It made it easy for SSN, driver's license, EAD/AP.

As for a signature, he signed both ways.

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3.6.2017     Mailed I-751

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3.23.2017   Biometrics Appointment

2.26.2018   I-751 Transferred to Local Office

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5.1.2018     Case Transferred; Preliminary Review Done; transferred to NBC in Lee's Summit, MO

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