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REALLY dumb question and I think Im overthinking it.

When asking for the foreign fiance info (who you are sponsoring) you have to fill in the address - however the address fields are in a format incomaptible with places that have Provinces such as Philippines

It asks for STREET, CITY, STATE, COUNTRY

STATE is a two letter field. Where do you put PANGASINAN?

My gut reaction is its not important.

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REALLY dumb question and I think Im overthinking it.

When asking for the foreign fiance info (who you are sponsoring) you have to fill in the address - however the address fields are in a format incomaptible with places that have Provinces such as Philippines

It asks for STREET, CITY, STATE, COUNTRY

STATE is a two letter field. Where do you put PANGASINAN?

My gut reaction is its not important.

It isn't important, your gut is right. You could put the province with the city (ie San Carlos, Pangasinan) or leave the state blank and hand write the province there.

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REALLY dumb question and I think Im overthinking it.

When asking for the foreign fiance info (who you are sponsoring) you have to fill in the address - however the address fields are in a format incomaptible with places that have Provinces such as Philippines

It asks for STREET, CITY, STATE, COUNTRY

STATE is a two letter field. Where do you put PANGASINAN?

My gut reaction is its not important.

Your fiance is from pangasinan?

street, City, Province, country and zipcode.

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NO kidding, its confusing to say the least haha. My fiances mailing addy in PH does NOT have a house number or street name. I recently mailed my future mother in law some material, and was asking the addy of where to send..oh my :blink: It did get there (long story short) Im hoping this isnt going to cause any issues when it comes to filing my I 129F.

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1 hour ago, j N j said:

NO kidding, its confusing to say the least haha. My fiances mailing addy in PH does NOT have a house number or street name. I recently mailed my future mother in law some material, and was asking the addy of where to send..oh my :blink: It did get there (long story short) Im hoping this isnt going to cause any issues when it comes to filing my I 129F.

Hahaha.... Yea.  My fiancees Street is the same way.  No number.  I refused to believe it and asked them for a photo of mail they actually received.... And sure enough no number!

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2 hours ago, jstryker said:

Hahaha.... Yea.  My fiancees Street is the same way.  No number.  I refused to believe it and asked them for a photo of mail they actually received.... And sure enough no number!

My wife home has a wrong street number out front, the city changed the numbering years ago, yet the mail still  arrives... PhilPost.. gotta love it, they either lose it or deliver to non-addresses'   :lol: 

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