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G-325A question (my parents are deceased)

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Your thought sounds very appropriate for the situation. (Far better than 'N/A'.)


My parents both died over ten years ago and the G-325A is asking their city and country of residence. Should I just write "deceased"?

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Hello everyone,

This part of the G-325A form also confused me. So, I was glad when I saw this thread. Thank you for creating the topic on "deceased" parents.

If I put the word "deceased" under city and country of residence, does this mean I have to put in my parents' date, city and country of birth as well or can I just leave these blank?

Thank you for your advice.


S. &. B.

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