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G-325A Question concering ex-wifes name

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My ex-wife's name was Jacobson-Smith when I married her, Her maiden name is Smario, which one do I use on my G-325A when I send it off. I'm going to file this week, and it's the only real question I have now. Can anyone help me out. I don't want an RFE for something so trivial.

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My ex-wife's name was Jacobson-Smith when I married her, Her maiden name is Smario, which one do I use on my G-325A when I send it off. I'm going to file this week, and it's the only real question I have now. Can anyone help me out. I don't want an RFE for something so trivial.

THANKS!!!!!!!!!!

OK, my bad!!!!!! I meant on the I-129f NOT the g-325a. It says to use her maiden name on that form. Can someone please help??????


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On The !-129F I used my former wife's current legal name which is the same as shown on our divorce decree.


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This probably brings up a good point. If you decide to enter her current name, and that current name is different than what's on the divorce decree, then you would instead want to write "see attachment," and in your attachment write her current name and then an explanation that her previous name is the name on the divorce decree.

It's an awful lot of trouble to go through doing it that way though. If you just write her name as it appears on the divorce decree, that's all they're going to be looking for.

Completely off-topic: KT, you know what would be the bomb? If you made that an animated gif and the little heart stalks on yours and Alla's head were sproinging up and down. :lol: (hopped up on cold meds, can you tell?)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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You and I going to hijack another thread? :lol: That is an idea. Maybe I'll play over the weekend. Keyword = maybe :lol:

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This probably brings up a good point. If you decide to enter her current name, and that current name is different than what's on the divorce decree, then you would instead want to write "see attachment," and in your attachment write her current name and then an explanation that her previous name is the name on the divorce decree.

It's an awful lot of trouble to go through doing it that way though. If you just write her name as it appears on the divorce decree, that's all they're going to be looking for.

Completely off-topic: KT, you know what would be the bomb? If you made that an animated gif and the little heart stalks on yours and Alla's head were sproinging up and down. :lol: (hopped up on cold meds, can you tell?)


Jeffery AND Alla.

0 kilometers physically separates us!

K-1 Visa Granted... Wednesday, 21 May 2008

Alla ARRIVED to America... Wednesday, 12 November 2008

russia_a.gif Алла и Джеффри USA_a.gif

AllaAndJeffery.PNG

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On The !-129F I used my former wife's current legal name which is the same as shown on our divorce decree.

Right, for questions about former spouse names, use the one that matches the divorce decree even if it is neither the current legal name or the maiden name.

You'll see places for mother's maiden name and current wife's maiden name but a K1 petitioner doesn't have a current wife, so answers that question, "none".


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