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parents of my fiance are deceased....

#1 jerseyboy483

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 01:56 AM

Both the mom and dad of my fiance are both deceased. On the form G-325A where it asks for the city and coutry of residence of the parents, should i just put "Deceased"? Also will that require any supporting documents like death certificates. I dont see why they would need to see that, but so many supporting documents are needed, i just wanna make sure i do this right the first time.

thanks!
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#2 Dan J

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 02:26 AM

Both the mom and dad of my fiance are both deceased. On the form G-325A where it asks for the city and coutry of residence of the parents, should i just put "Deceased"? Also will that require any supporting documents like death certificates. I dont see why they would need to see that, but so many supporting documents are needed, i just wanna make sure i do this right the first time.

thanks!


Just put deceased, you don't need to include any supporting documents for them. Only supporting documents needed would relate directly to you, your fiance or your fiancees children if your fiancee has any.
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#3 reeses16

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 06:33 AM

My husband's father is deceased, we filled out all of the infor except for the "City and country of residence" box where we wrote "deceased".

Both the mom and dad of my fiance are both deceased. On the form G-325A where it asks for the city and coutry of residence of the parents, should i just put "Deceased"? Also will that require any supporting documents like death certificates. I dont see why they would need to see that, but so many supporting documents are needed, i just wanna make sure i do this right the first time.

thanks!


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#4 trueimage

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 07:49 AM

I did the same.
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#5 Jasman0717

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 07:28 PM

Both the mom and dad of my fiance are both deceased. On the form G-325A where it asks for the city and coutry of residence of the parents, should i just put "Deceased"? Also will that require any supporting documents like death certificates. I dont see why they would need to see that, but so many supporting documents are needed, i just wanna make sure i do this right the first time.

thanks!


Just put deceased, you don't need to include any supporting documents for them. Only supporting documents needed would relate directly to you, your fiance or your fiancees children if your fiancee has any.



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