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DS-230 QUESTION

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how would I answer question #2 in Part 1. My wife did not change her last name....she kept her maiden name which is listed in Question #1. So would she write NONE or list her maiden name again as in #1??

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I-130:

09-27-2007 Sent

01-07-2008 NOA1

02-24-2008 Touched

03-05-2008 Touched

03-06-2008 Touched

03-24-2008 Touched

03-24-2008 APPROVED

03-25-2008 Touched

I-129F

01-13-2008 Sent

01-16-2008 NOA1

02-24-2008 Touched

03-25-2008 Touched

NVC

03-27-2008 Received and Case# assigned

04-07-2008 DS-3032 and AOS bill generated

04-08-2008 DS-3032 Email sent

04-14-2008 DS-3032 Email accepted

04-16-2008 Paid AOS Bill online

04-18-2008 AOS Payment cleared & accepted by NVC

04-20-2008 Paid IV Bill online

04-21-2008 AOS I-864 cover sheet document generated online

04-21-2008 Sent AOS I-864 Package to NVC

04-22-2008 IV Bill cleared & accepted by NVC

04-22-2008 DS-230 cover sheet document generated online

05-08-2008 DS-230 package sent to NVC

05-15-2008 RFE Need a Palestinian Police certificate in addition to the Israeli Police certificate

06-04-2008 Palestinian Police certificate deliverd to NVC

06-05-2008 CASE COMPLETED

06-10-2008 Case forwarded to Consulate

Jerusalem Consulate

06-16-2008 Medical Appointment/done

07-01-2008 Interview Date

08-03-2008 Me flying to Jerusalem :)

08-28-2008 Arrival at Chicago ORD International

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
Timeline

If she has no "Other Names Used" then "NONE"

http://www.visajourney.com/examples/Form-DS-230.pdf


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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