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So, we are finally filling the forms and we've looked at samples and stuff and we are still confused. (My fiancé more than me :P )

Ok, so my Mexican address is different to the US addresses. So we don't know how to fit my full address in the spaces,

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I have a "Colonia" .. in Mexico goes like Street, then the Colony (Small town) then the city, then the State... So we have usually a 4 line address.

And I tried to put the Street Name in 3b. Then in 3.d I added the City but I have no clue where to put the other part of the address. I am thinking this is where they take the address to send the NOA2. So I'm worried cause I won't receive their letter cause my address would be incomplete. Any advice?????

Also in Care of Name: Thats my name right???

The part of the phone number give us trouble, my fiancé insist in using "-" to separate the numbers but it won't fit. we can't use " +" To start the number like +521722-- etc etc So I suggested to put 001521722 which is the code for long distance (001) followed by country code (52) then (1) to say its a cellphone then (722) the local area. Do you think 001521722.... is correct???

Also about the Texas Lockbox. We thought that should be the address to send the package plus the address to put in the letter of intent of marrying. But I just saw it has to be another address.. Can you help me to clearify this?

Thanks in advance. Sorry to bother you all.

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Welcome to the forum.

We ran into a similar problem with my then-fiancee's China address. The number of Chinese characters used in her address, was significantly less than the English-translation equivalent. The translation equivalent would not fit in the allotted space on the form. For our successful I-129F petition submission, we simply followed the Form I-129F instructions about continuation pages, see page 2 of the form instructions for guidance: https://www.uscis.gov/i-129f .

Good luck on your immigration journey.

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So, we are finally filling the forms and we've looked at samples and stuff and we are still confused. (My fiancé more than me :P )

Ok, so my Mexican address is different to the US addresses. So we don't know how to fit my full address in the spaces,

01f05032f2.png

I have a "Colonia" .. in Mexico goes like Street, then the Colony (Small town) then the city, then the State... So we have usually a 4 line address.

And I tried to put the Street Name in 3b. Then in 3.d I added the City but I have no clue where to put the other part of the address. I am thinking this is where they take the address to send the NOA2. So I'm worried cause I won't receive their letter cause my address would be incomplete. Any advice?????

Also in Care of Name: Thats my name right???

The part of the phone number give us trouble, my fiancé insist in using "-" to separate the numbers but it won't fit. we can't use " +" To start the number like +521722-- etc etc So I suggested to put 001521722 which is the code for long distance (001) followed by country code (52) then (1) to say its a cellphone then (722) the local area. Do you think 001521722.... is correct???

Also about the Texas Lockbox. We thought that should be the address to send the package plus the address to put in the letter of intent of marrying. But I just saw it has to be another address.. Can you help me to clearify this?

Thanks in advance. Sorry to bother you all.

In care of is if you live with someone and your name is not on the mail box.

001 is what you dial when dialing the US... (1 is the us country code) for your number it would just be 0052..etc.

If there is room in the boxes, did you try just using a comma for separating the colonia and city?

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