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In part B of the first page of the I-129.. it asks for the fiances address and then later on page 2 it asks for the fiances address abroad. I assume that the address abroad is where she will be when the Embassy in the country she is applying at can contact her... but the first address is the same or the addess she lived the most time at or where she grew up?

Also, if information in the I-129 is N/A do you actually state "N/A" on every blank spot in the petition or can you just leave things blank or put "N/A" in the first empty spot?

Part 18- describe the circumstances under which you met... Is short and simple good. Will this suffice:

"We were both residents at -------- in -------- where we met in January 2007. The name of the school was ---------. We lived, ate, and studied in the same premises. There we began to socialize and soon there-after we were dating."

In the evidence we will provide attestations that we were enrolled at the same time. Please throw any other advice at me as well... Thanks


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  1. Yes, the address abroad is her current address.
  2. Enter "n/a" or "none" (whichever is most appropriate) for each question. If it's a multi-part question, you just need to enter it once.
  3. Short and simple is all they need. Mine was as simple as yours.

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but the first address is what then? An address she spent the most time at?


Emmett Fitz-Hume: I'm sorry I'm late, I had to attend the reading of a will. I had to stay till the very end, and I found out I received nothing... broke my arm.

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Please look at the example forms, and I believe that your questions will be answered.

If she is living abroad, then her present address and address abroad are the same. No boxes should be left blank or unanswered, and if "none" is the appropriate answer, then answer "none" instead of "N/A".

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