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Filling I-129F form..questions with blank or "No" answers

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Moldova
Timeline

Please..

We dont know if we should leave blank for those questions where it is needed, or "No", or "N/a"?

Thank you for your help!!


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December 31, 2006 - Met on New Year's Eve at Piata Universitate in Bucharest

February 12, 2008 - We begin to talk seriously about meeting again and a relationship

February 23, 2008 - Tickets purchased to meet in Kishinev

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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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Unless it is a specific yes or no question, you should answer none or N/A if it doesn't apply to you at all.

That being said, I was looking back over the forms we mailed in for the K-1. On questions about Andre's dad, who we believe is deceased, we did write UNKNOWN in a few spots. None, N/A, No, and blank were not appropriate because he did have a dad. We just didn't know anything about him. And, I did write believe to have died in 2000 in the one spot.

There are not always black and white answers for every question. Answer to the best of your ability with appropriate answers and be prepared to answer questions about ones you answered above the norm.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
Timeline

I freaked out for 2 months because I was convinced I was going to get an RFE for leaving some blanks. It turns out that I didn't, but I'd definitely say leave no blanks. If it doesn't apply, just put N/A and if you have none, put None

Good luck!


Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Frankfurt, Germany

01-04-2008 - I-129F Sent

01-09-2008 - I-129F NOA1

03-05-2008 - I-129F NOA2

04-08-2008 - Medical Exam

04-17-2008 - Interview!!!

04-22-2008 - VISA IN HAND!

05-02-2008 - U.S. Entrance

06-14-2008 - MARRIAGE!

Phase 2....

06-19-2008 - Sent AOS/EAD/AP

06-26-2008 - AOS/EAD/AP NOA1

07-19-2008 - Biometrics

07-22-2008 - Transferred to CSC!

07-28-2008 - Email from CRIS confirming CSC received case

08-25-2008 - Received AP in the mail (NO STATUS CHANGE OR CRIS EMAIL)

08-29-2008 - Received EAD card in the mail (NO STATUS CHANGE OR CRIS EMAIL)

09-22-2008 - Received Email from CRIS for I-485 "CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED!"

09-27-2008 - Received Green Card in the mail!

Phase 3....

06-29-2010 - Sent I-751 and package to Remove Conditions

07-06-2010 - NOA1

08-24-2010 - Biometrics

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Mexico
Timeline

I am filling out the petition and biiography forms now and am completely paranoid about leaving blanks. My fiance doesn't have a middle name, but I am scared to put "None" for fear they will think his middle name is None! I called the cust. serv. hotline and they said to put "no middle name". Also, questions where it asks like "Husband/wife name" I put "none" but then do I have to fill out the rest of the blanks (i.e. date of marriage, etc..) if I already put none?

I guess it's just good practice to leave NO box blank?


K-1 Visa Journey

October 1, 2010: I-129F sent

October 5, 2010: I-129F received

October 12, 2010: NOA1 e-mail received, routed to VSC

October 16, 2010: NOA1 hard copy received (dated October 7, 2010)

April 18, 2011: RFE e-mail

April 20, 2011: RFE hardcopy received

April 20, 2011: RFE response sent to VSC

May 2, 2011: E-mail confirming VSC has received RFE response

July 27, 2011: NOA2 e-mail received (9 months, 2 weeks, and 6 days (292 days) after NOA1

July 30, 2011: NOA2 hard copy

August 4, 2011: NVC received case

August 8, 2011: NVC forwarded case to US Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

August 8, 2011: Consulate received case

August 25, 2011: Consulate mailed packet 3

September 3, 2011: Received Packet 3 in US

September 20, 2011: Interview! Not enough information in the system to make a decision

September 26, 2011: K1 visa approved and received via DHL

October 20, 2011: POE at Phoenix, Arizona

October 26, 2011: Married

AOS Journey

11-7-2011 - AOS package sent to lockbox in Chicago, IL

11-9-2011 - AOS package delivered and signed for

11-15-2011 - NOA1 e-mails received (NOA1 date November 10), routed to NBC

11-16-2011 - Check Cashed

11-21-2011 - Hard Copies & Biometrics Appointment Letter Received

11-29-2011 - Biometrics done via walk-in! (Originally scheduled for 12/14/11)

12-2-2011 - Case transferred to CSC

1-17-2012 - EAD/AP Card Production Ordered

1-25-2012 - EAD/AP card received in mail

3-7-2012 - RFE issued

3-19-2012 - RFE response received by CSC

4-4-2012 - Green Card Production!

4-10-12 - GC received in mail

January 3, 2014: ROC

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