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Need help filling out the I-130

#1 daisylynn

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Posted 30 July 2007 - 09:51 PM

Sheesh, this is the first step and I'm already having trouble :wacko:

On the I-130, #14a asks for 'date and place of admission for or adjustment to lawful permanent residence and class of admission.'

First, is this talking about me (the petitioner) or my husband? The only reason I'm thinking husband is because 14 is talking about him, and then there is a 14a and b.

Second, if it's talking about me, I am a permanent resident of Canada. WHERE on the card do you find the class of admission??

Also, #15 asks for name of present employer. Is this for me or my husband?

Thanks!
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8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!

#2 daisylynn

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Posted 30 July 2007 - 10:00 PM

Also, #18 asks for the address where the relative plans to live. We don't know yet. What do I put?

And #21 asks for the last address we lived together. Is that our current one, or literally the 'last' one (before this one)?

I think I'm making this harder than it is, but I just want to make sure there are NO mistakes!
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8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!

#3 MargotDarko

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Posted 31 July 2007 - 03:44 AM

Sheesh, this is the first step and I'm already having trouble :wacko:

On the I-130, #14a asks for 'date and place of admission for or adjustment to lawful permanent residence and class of admission.'

First, is this talking about me (the petitioner) or my husband? The only reason I'm thinking husband is because 14 is talking about him, and then there is a 14a and b.

Second, if it's talking about me, I am a permanent resident of Canada. WHERE on the card do you find the class of admission??

Also, #15 asks for name of present employer. Is this for me or my husband?

Thanks!


The left side of the page is about the USC and the right side of the page is about the foreign relative. So as your husband is in Canada, you should put N/A in number 14.

15 is also about your husband.

For 18, an address of anyone in the US that you trust and might spend some time with is fine here. It doesn't have to be where you'll live together for an extended period of time.

21 is your current address as you're currently living together.
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US Immigration Timeline
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24 Feb 2007 - Sent I-130 to London USCIS office (I'm the petitioner)
25 May 2007 - NOA2
2 June 2007 - Received Packet 3
12 Oct 2007 - Sent Packet 3 back by special delivery
5 Nov 2007 - Interview in London - Approved without any hitches!
7 Nov 2007 - Visa and MBE arrived by SMS! :)
30 Jan 2008 - Fly to Michigan!! :)

*Note: Any delays in our case are only due to us taking things slowly

#4 daisylynn

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Posted 31 July 2007 - 07:07 AM

Sheesh, this is the first step and I'm already having trouble :wacko:

On the I-130, #14a asks for 'date and place of admission for or adjustment to lawful permanent residence and class of admission.'

First, is this talking about me (the petitioner) or my husband? The only reason I'm thinking husband is because 14 is talking about him, and then there is a 14a and b.

Second, if it's talking about me, I am a permanent resident of Canada. WHERE on the card do you find the class of admission??

Also, #15 asks for name of present employer. Is this for me or my husband?

Thanks!


The left side of the page is about the USC and the right side of the page is about the foreign relative. So as your husband is in Canada, you should put N/A in number 14.

15 is also about your husband.

For 18, an address of anyone in the US that you trust and might spend some time with is fine here. It doesn't have to be where you'll live together for an extended period of time.

21 is your current address as you're currently living together.



Thank you!

I realized that about the left side of the page and the right side after I posted and then wasn't able to go back and edit for some reason. I was viewing it on the computer so I couldn't tell there was a left and right side at first. Now I feel like a dork! LOL :blush:

Does anyone know where to find that info on the PR card?

Thanks for the other answers!

Edited by daisylynn, 31 July 2007 - 07:08 AM.

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IR-1 Visa
8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!

#5 MargotDarko

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Posted 31 July 2007 - 08:09 AM

Sheesh, this is the first step and I'm already having trouble :wacko:

On the I-130, #14a asks for 'date and place of admission for or adjustment to lawful permanent residence and class of admission.'

First, is this talking about me (the petitioner) or my husband? The only reason I'm thinking husband is because 14 is talking about him, and then there is a 14a and b.

Second, if it's talking about me, I am a permanent resident of Canada. WHERE on the card do you find the class of admission??

Also, #15 asks for name of present employer. Is this for me or my husband?

Thanks!


The left side of the page is about the USC and the right side of the page is about the foreign relative. So as your husband is in Canada, you should put N/A in number 14.

15 is also about your husband.

For 18, an address of anyone in the US that you trust and might spend some time with is fine here. It doesn't have to be where you'll live together for an extended period of time.

21 is your current address as you're currently living together.




Thank you!

I realized that about the left side of the page and the right side after I posted and then wasn't able to go back and edit for some reason. I was viewing it on the computer so I couldn't tell there was a left and right side at first. Now I feel like a dork! LOL :blush:

Does anyone know where to find that info on the PR card?

Thanks for the other answers!

No problem. :)

Do you mean your Canadian PR card? Your residence in Canada isn't applicable to anything on the I-130.
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US Immigration Timeline
-------------------------
24 Feb 2007 - Sent I-130 to London USCIS office (I'm the petitioner)
25 May 2007 - NOA2
2 June 2007 - Received Packet 3
12 Oct 2007 - Sent Packet 3 back by special delivery
5 Nov 2007 - Interview in London - Approved without any hitches!
7 Nov 2007 - Visa and MBE arrived by SMS! :)
30 Jan 2008 - Fly to Michigan!! :)

*Note: Any delays in our case are only due to us taking things slowly

#6 daisylynn

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Posted 31 July 2007 - 09:13 PM

I don't know why I'm having such a hard time with this. Please tell me the forms get easier, not harder!!

After your post, I read and reread that question. Finally, I realized I was reading it as thinking it was talking about a PR of Canada (since I am filling that part out on myself) instead of a PR of the US. Doh!

Thanks!!!
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IR-1 Visa
8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!

#7 daisylynn

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Posted 31 July 2007 - 09:24 PM

Sorry, one more thing...

You said it could be any address we plan to spend some time. I was going to put my mom's address, but she is going to be the joint sponsor. Is that ok? Or do I need to use a different address? And it really doesn't matter at all what the address is? Will they ask us about that?
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IR-1 Visa
8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!

#8 daisylynn

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Posted 31 July 2007 - 09:40 PM

I tried to edit my post to add this, but it won't let me edit.

For the current address, what do I put as the end date? Today? The date I send it? Or can I just type in 'current'?
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IR-1 Visa
8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!

#9 MargotDarko

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Posted 01 August 2007 - 03:34 AM

Sorry, one more thing...

You said it could be any address we plan to spend some time. I was going to put my mom's address, but she is going to be the joint sponsor. Is that ok? Or do I need to use a different address? And it really doesn't matter at all what the address is? Will they ask us about that?


That's fine to use your mom's address even though she's the co-sponsor. :) I doubt they'll ask about it - if they do, just say you're going to stay with her for a few days/weeks until you find your own place. (as long as that's true and I'm guessing it is)

By "current address", do you mean the part where they ask for the last address you've lived together? If so, yes, write "current". If you can't type it in, you can handwrite it after printing out the form.
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US Immigration Timeline
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24 Feb 2007 - Sent I-130 to London USCIS office (I'm the petitioner)
25 May 2007 - NOA2
2 June 2007 - Received Packet 3
12 Oct 2007 - Sent Packet 3 back by special delivery
5 Nov 2007 - Interview in London - Approved without any hitches!
7 Nov 2007 - Visa and MBE arrived by SMS! :)
30 Jan 2008 - Fly to Michigan!! :)

*Note: Any delays in our case are only due to us taking things slowly

#10 Chica Yey

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Posted 01 August 2007 - 10:22 AM

Welcome to DCF!!! I see that lovely Margot has answered your questions wisely - she is the closest thing to a DCF queen ;)
The forms do not much easier, but neither too difficult - and there's so much wisdom in this forum that you'll never be alone.
Again, welcome!!!
Peace, L. :goofy:
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#11 daisylynn

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Posted 01 August 2007 - 01:30 PM

Margot-Thanks! With all your help, I've FINALLY finished filling out the form :thumbs: However, when I went to print it out (I filled it out on computer and then printed it) there are certain places where the words didn't completely fit and there are little 'plus' symbols to show that. What do I do? Do I need to just print out a blank form and handwrite it all? Or can I print the ones that are ok and handwrite the others? How frustrating! And just when I was ready to print it out for good!

Len-Thanks! And yes, I was so glad to see Margot answer the questions. I haven't been on this site long at all, but already I've seen that she seems to know her stuff and others look to her. ;)
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IR-1 Visa
8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!

#12 MargotDarko

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Posted 02 August 2007 - 04:48 AM

Margot-Thanks! With all your help, I've FINALLY finished filling out the form :thumbs: However, when I went to print it out (I filled it out on computer and then printed it) there are certain places where the words didn't completely fit and there are little 'plus' symbols to show that. What do I do? Do I need to just print out a blank form and handwrite it all? Or can I print the ones that are ok and handwrite the others? How frustrating! And just when I was ready to print it out for good!

Len-Thanks! And yes, I was so glad to see Margot answer the questions. I haven't been on this site long at all, but already I've seen that she seems to know her stuff and others look to her. ;)


Oh yeah, that is so frustrating about the bits that don't print properly! I remember having to re-do and print the form like five times. Yes, go back and erase the bits that don't fit, then print out again and handwrite those parts in.

I'm glad to help! And DCF queen is a pretty sweet title ! :P

Edited by MargotDarko, 02 August 2007 - 04:48 AM.

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_______________________________________________________

US Immigration Timeline
-------------------------
24 Feb 2007 - Sent I-130 to London USCIS office (I'm the petitioner)
25 May 2007 - NOA2
2 June 2007 - Received Packet 3
12 Oct 2007 - Sent Packet 3 back by special delivery
5 Nov 2007 - Interview in London - Approved without any hitches!
7 Nov 2007 - Visa and MBE arrived by SMS! :)
30 Jan 2008 - Fly to Michigan!! :)

*Note: Any delays in our case are only due to us taking things slowly

#13 daisylynn

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Posted 03 August 2007 - 02:33 PM

Margot-Thanks! With all your help, I've FINALLY finished filling out the form :thumbs: However, when I went to print it out (I filled it out on computer and then printed it) there are certain places where the words didn't completely fit and there are little 'plus' symbols to show that. What do I do? Do I need to just print out a blank form and handwrite it all? Or can I print the ones that are ok and handwrite the others? How frustrating! And just when I was ready to print it out for good!

Len-Thanks! And yes, I was so glad to see Margot answer the questions. I haven't been on this site long at all, but already I've seen that she seems to know her stuff and others look to her. ;)


Oh yeah, that is so frustrating about the bits that don't print properly! I remember having to re-do and print the form like five times. Yes, go back and erase the bits that don't fit, then print out again and handwrite those parts in.

I'm glad to help! And DCF queen is a pretty sweet title ! :P



Thanks Margot! I just wanted to make sure it was ok to do some in type and some handwritten before I go and send it off like that. I want everything to be PERFECT so I don't have to worry about redoing and resending! :)
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IR-1 Visa
8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!

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Posted 03 August 2007 - 09:51 PM

Which brings me to yet another question. (BOY! I hope I don't wear out my welcome here on VJ! LOL)

If I made a mistake in the typing (on this form or on the G325A), can I correct it in handwriting or do I need to redo the whole form in typing and then print it back out?

And for #22 (I thought I understood this but after reading the printed version, I'm not so sure)...

It says,

'Complete the information below if your relative is in the US and will apply for adjustment of status.'

I put n/a. But then in the same area (still under #22) it reads,

'If your relative is not eligible for adjustment of status, he or she will apply for a visa abroad at the American consular post in:'

Do I fill that out or is that still only pertaining to him if he is in the US right now?

And just to be clear, I can have some typed and some handwritten on these forms, right?

And can I staple the pages together in the forms I send out?

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Edited by daisylynn, 03 August 2007 - 09:54 PM.

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IR-1 Visa
8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 09:24 PM

Which brings me to yet another question. (BOY! I hope I don't wear out my welcome here on VJ! LOL)

If I made a mistake in the typing (on this form or on the G325A), can I correct it in handwriting or do I need to redo the whole form in typing and then print it back out?

And for #22 (I thought I understood this but after reading the printed version, I'm not so sure)...

It says,

'Complete the information below if your relative is in the US and will apply for adjustment of status.'

I put n/a. But then in the same area (still under #22) it reads,

'If your relative is not eligible for adjustment of status, he or she will apply for a visa abroad at the American consular post in:'

Do I fill that out or is that still only pertaining to him if he is in the US right now?

And just to be clear, I can have some typed and some handwritten on these forms, right?

And can I staple the pages together in the forms I send out?

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!



Anyone know?? :)
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IR-1 Visa
8-14-2007 Mailed in husband's I-130 to Consulate in Toronto
8-15-2007 Toronto received I-130
8-27-2007 Toronto called to set up I-130 appointment
8-31-2007 Interview at Consulate Approved
9-25-2007 Received Packet 3 in mail
12-9-2007 Received police record (fingerprint version)
1-18-2008 Sent packet 3 back
2-26-2008 heard back from Montreal via email about our interview date
4-23-2008 Montreal Interview!!! Visa APPROVED!!
5-31-2008 Crossed the border into the US to live! :) (one of the happiest days!!)
Currently residing in NC and loving it!

03/2011 Looking into getting dh US citizenship (and just when I thought we were done with all the paperwork! Ha!

US Citizenship timeline:
3-18-2011 Paperwork/check sent
3-25-2011 Check cashed
3-25-2011 NOA
4-16-2011 Fingerprints
6-15-2011 Interview
7-02-2011 Oath Ceremony We're done!!



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