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Hello, I have a question regarding the I-129F and question 10a where it states the alien fiancée has to write down all former names.

I have no idea how to go about it when writing it. I've been married before so obviously I had his last name - when we got divorced I of course got rid of his last name and in the process I chose to "delete" my maiden last name and use my middle name as my last name instead.

So it's kinda like this:

Christina middle name maiden last name

Christina middle name new last name

Christina middle name

How do I go about it in 10a? Write down "maiden last name, last name when married"?

I'd really appreciate the help :)


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Correct, list all the different names that you have used. Don't need to label the names, just list them.


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Just with a comma between? E.g: Former last names: Jansen, Smith


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08/17/2015 - I-129F petition/packet sent off
12/17/2015 - Visa Interview in Sweden. We're APPROVED!!!
01/14/2016 - P.O.E. @ Newark International Airport
03/21/2016 - Got married @ town hall
03/22/2016 - AOS, EAD, AP packet sent off
08/03/2016 - Became a Conditional Permanent Resident
09/2016 and up until present day (2018) - awaiting corrected GC (I-90 in process)
05/07/2018 - ROC packet sent off

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yes, list all the names you have ever legally used, if different from your current name. If you have had more than one last name, then you can separate them with a comma, or write 'SEE ATTACHMENT' and include a supplement sheet to list them.

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Okay, thank you so much!! I don't want to screw anything up lol


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08/17/2015 - I-129F petition/packet sent off
12/17/2015 - Visa Interview in Sweden. We're APPROVED!!!
01/14/2016 - P.O.E. @ Newark International Airport
03/21/2016 - Got married @ town hall
03/22/2016 - AOS, EAD, AP packet sent off
08/03/2016 - Became a Conditional Permanent Resident
09/2016 and up until present day (2018) - awaiting corrected GC (I-90 in process)
05/07/2018 - ROC packet sent off

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to the forum.

Yep, nothing special. Just follow the instructions of folks that have done it before.....


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