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G-325A messup. Somehow left fiance's mother maiden name off!

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OK, I have no idea how this happened. Strange that no one has caught it yet (since it was done all the way back in the I-129 stage). But since I am dealing with Vietnam, I know that this will become an issue.

I somehow left the space for my fiancee's mother blank. Her DOB, place of birth and residence is there, but the name is blank. Somehow I messed up in typing this out.

Last month my fiancee received Packet 3. She filled out the form(s) and sent it back in.

But if this error is there in the G-325A form, the case could be delayed because Vietnam is notorious for delaying things for months with missing information. They really like to stick it to us.

WHAT DO I DO!?!? I have called twice and each time could not talk to someone who could or would help. I emailed them, but they are weeks behind in answering.

I'll be leaving for Vietnam on Thursday, so my fiancee and I could easily go to the consulate and hand over the corrected form, but will they allow that?

:help:

EDIT: To clarify, the mother's enitre name is missing.

Edited by Matt_Stevens

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I would simply take another set of the G-325A's, filled out correctly with the mother's name, to the interview.

Good luck at the interview.


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:thumbs: I agree

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I would simply take another set of the G-325A's, filled out correctly with the mother's name, to the interview.

Good luck at the interview.

I agree.

It is possible(but unlikely) for someone to not know their mother's name. Perhaps whoever approved your application thought that was the reason it was left blank.

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Matt_Stevens,

Somehow you left it blank?

Anyway, the approval of the petition despite the omission is further evidence that the G-325A form is really insignificant, the appendix of the immigration process.

If the G-325A is in the file that the consulate has, and if the consular officer spots the omission, most likely they would have your fiancee fill in the missing informaton. It is, after all, her biographical information that the form contains.

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OK, I have no idea how this happened. Strange that no one has caught it yet (since it was done all the way back in the I-129 stage). But since I am dealing with Vietnam, I know that this will become an issue.

I somehow left the space for my fiancee's mother blank. Her DOB, place of birth and residence is there, but the name is blank. Somehow I messed up in typing this out.

Last month my fiancee received Packet 3. She filled out the form(s) and sent it back in.

But if this error is there in the G-325A form, the case could be delayed because Vietnam is notorious for delaying things for months with missing information. They really like to stick it to us.

WHAT DO I DO!?!? I have called twice and each time could not talk to someone who could or would help. I emailed them, but they are weeks behind in answering.

I'll be leaving for Vietnam on Thursday, so my fiancee and I could easily go to the consulate and hand over the corrected form, but will they allow that?

:help:

EDIT: To clarify, the mother's enitre name is missing.

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Yes, I left it blank. I did not have the exact spelling so I typed everything and then I printed it out. Then I wrote her name in. However, I think what I did was somehow make copies of one of the printings that I did not fully fill out.

I am horribly dyslexic. I sometimes get things screwed up.

I also had my sister double check all of this, yet she still missed it. :(

Edited by Matt_Stevens

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We made an error on our G-325A too - my hubby put the date of the divorce of his first marriage, after the date of his secong - a bigamist therefore!!

We panicked too, then we got an RFE and it was not for that! So when we sent the RFE back we just sent a note explaining and the new forms. I would follow advice and just take them corrected with you to the interview.

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Matt,

I know how all of us Vietnam VJ's are scared of the US Consulate in HCMC, but I think this is just a simple biographical step missing. (1) It was approved at the USCIS, and (2) if I remember correctly, on the DS-230 Part I form, your fiancee should have again included her parents names and bio information. I'm not a consular officer in HCMC, but I would think simply filling this information in during the interview (if requested) wouldn't be too big of a deal. After all, she included their info on the DS-230 Part I, the form that the HCMC Consulate sent to her, so you both certainly don't look like your trying to hide anything.

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I agree,

I would not sress about it. I put my fiance's birthday in the wrong order on the I-129 F, but had it in the correct order on the G325A. I did send them an email explaining the inadvertent error on the form and they replied back saying they had forwarded my email to the NVC. That was the last I heard about that. Nothing was mentioned during the interview. But for sanity, and for the record, send them an email explaining your inadvertant error. then let it go. You made them aware of it.


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Bruce Han - lol I did that! But with my child's birthday :blush: Darn that odd month day year arrangement the americans use - I got confused, put it in wrong and ended up having to strike it out and re-do it above.

Im sure they see this kind of small error ALL the time though so Im not panicking; its ONE form and they have more than one to check that the info matches up.

Its not like anyone is trying to decieve anyone else so Im sure it will be fine :)


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I know it's worrisome for you Matt.

The DS-230 and her birth certificate at interview hopefully will clear things up..........

Edited by rebeccajo

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