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My fiancee's foreign home address is much longer than the US standard, and so would need to be written out on an attachment paper. However I've read conflicting reports on this issue. Some say to write "please see attachment" on the form and list all the information on an extra sheet, but others have said they did that and it was returned to them - they then shorten the address to make it fit in the form and was accepted. Any advice? Thanks.

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I am CR-1 and not K-1, but here is what I noticed....

There seems to be a lot of flexibility through out this process....I shortened all the previous employment addresses on the 325A so they would fit on the line because I did not want to do the attachment. It was a gamble. It turned out okay. However, when I did the 260 there is plenty of room for the complete address.

It is up to you what you do. Good luck.

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My fiancee's foreign home address is much longer than the US standard, and so would need to be written out on an attachment paper. However I've read conflicting reports on this issue. Some say to write "please see attachment" on the form and list all the information on an extra sheet, but others have said they did that and it was returned to them - they then shorten the address to make it fit in the form and was accepted. Any advice? Thanks.

I used a smaller font until it fit, but was readable. Russian street names are very long.

Dave

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I put the name of the Company of employment and then "see attachment for employer addresses". Obviously you would change the wording to fit the question you are answering but I added an attachment for employer addresses.

My attachment looked like this:

Form G-325A, Biographic Information Attachment

Q: Employment addresses

Company name

Company street number and name

City, state (zip if applicable)

Signature and date

Edited by DpdNKerosene

Our Journey:
04/19/2014- Met online
10/2014- Visited Nigeria and he proposed!!!! 
02/28/2015- Sent I-129F petition
03/05/2015- NOA1
09/2015- Visited Nigeria again!!!
10/28/2015- NOA2 (237 day wait at TSC)
11/13/2015- Sent to NVC
11/27/2015- Arrived at Embassy
06/2016- Third visit to Nigeria!
06/15/2016- Interview, given option to file I-601 waiver.
08/16/2016- Waiver submitted (no lawyer).
11/21/2016- Waiver approved with expedite.
01/2017- Embassy requested interview. 
04/2017- Fourth visit to Nigeria.  K1 officially denied. 
04/25/2017- NOA1 for 2nd K1.
07/27/2017- Case transferred to TSC.
11/17/2017- Case transferred back to CSC.
01/16/2018- NOA2!! (266 day wait)
03/08/2018- Interview (AP)
05/03/2018- VISA APPROVAL!!!
05/14/2018- Visa issued
05/18/2018- Visa picked up
05/25/2018- HE'S HOME!!! 💙💙💙


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I used an additional sheet for many sections of the G-325 form. Every one of my then fiancees previous address and all of here work history were on the additional sheet. I had everything noted where it belonged on the G-325 and also had her sign the additional page. We had no issues from this and USCIS had the complete information.

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