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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Hello all,

Thanks in advance for your help. I am about to file for the I-130 and then go for the k3 once i receive the receipt. My question is on the g-325a form where it states Citizenship/Nationality, i thought it was referring to put a nationality number, not the acutual nationality like "Indian". So my question is that since my husband signed his and lives far away, can i keep his form like this and just put a / and then put indian next to his nationality number?

please help!! Do you guys think this will work???

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Hello all,

Thanks in advance for your help. I am about to file for the I-130 and then go for the k3 once i receive the receipt. My question is on the g-325a form where it states Citizenship/Nationality, i thought it was referring to put a nationality number, not the acutual nationality like "Indian". So my question is that since my husband signed his and lives far away, can i keep his form like this and just put a / and then put indian next to his nationality number?

please help!! Do you guys think this will work???

Yes, just write "Indian" in or near the available space.

If you want an immigrant visa, don't file an I-129F for spouse.


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Hello all,

Thanks in advance for your help. I am about to file for the I-130 and then go for the k3 once i receive the receipt. My question is on the g-325a form where it states Citizenship/Nationality, i thought it was referring to put a nationality number, not the acutual nationality like "Indian". So my question is that since my husband signed his and lives far away, can i keep his form like this and just put a / and then put indian next to his nationality number?

please help!! Do you guys think this will work???

Yes, just write "Indian" in or near the available space.

If you want an immigrant visa, don't file an I-129F for spouse.

Thanks for your answer! Ok, so writing Indian next to it should be fine, even though the rest of the form was typed out?

But isnt filing the I-129F for spouse a faster way for you two to be together, even though the processing isnt complete and they can just complete it when they join you in the U.S?

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Hello all,

Thanks in advance for your help. I am about to file for the I-130 and then go for the k3 once i receive the receipt. My question is on the g-325a form where it states Citizenship/Nationality, i thought it was referring to put a nationality number, not the acutual nationality like "Indian". So my question is that since my husband signed his and lives far away, can i keep his form like this and just put a / and then put indian next to his nationality number?

please help!! Do you guys think this will work???

Yes, just write "Indian" in or near the available space.

If you want an immigrant visa, don't file an I-129F for spouse.

Thanks for your answer! Ok, so writing Indian next to it should be fine, even though the rest of the form was typed out?

But isnt filing the I-129F for spouse a faster way for you two to be together, even though the processing isnt complete and they can just complete it when they join you in the U.S?

Sure, just don't file an I-129F for your spouse and expect to end up with an immigrant visa. Filing the second petition sets you on the K3 path and effectively nullifies the immigrant visa path. So, be sure what you want before you file that I-129F. For instance is not being authorized to work for several months going to be a problem for you, etc.?


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Great, thanks for your help!

Actually let me ask you, on these type of forms, can you white out something and write over it? or is that a problem for the uscis?

I thought instead of writing indian next to nationality number, i can just white it out and put the actual nationality instead, do you think thats a problem?

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Great, thanks for your help!

Actually let me ask you, on these type of forms, can you white out something and write over it? or is that a problem for the uscis?

I thought instead of writing indian next to nationality number, i can just white it out and put the actual nationality instead, do you think thats a problem?

Either is fine.


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