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I just received my fiance's completed G-325A froms all the way from South Africa. I live in CT. I noticed that she left a lot of the fields blank that didn't apply. For example in the section to fill out for a spouse she typed in "never been married before" and left the remaining fields empty. I have read that you should put "na" in all boxes that don't apply.

Also another concern in the employment section. There is a box that asks you "show below last occupation abroad if not shown above". She filled in her most recent job which is in her native South Africa and which she also listed in the main employment section. I don't think this is a good thing, but we are dying to get this thing mailed out.

One more question, sorry. I should probably have split this up into multiple posts. One of the last things on the form is to check a box in regards to "This form is submitted in connection with application for:" She checked other and specified "I-129F Marrying US citizen". Would it have been better to check the box for "status as permanent resident? With so many questions I'm probably going to have to have her fill out new forms. This sucks!

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Patrick,

Your fiancee did excellent. Leave her alone to do the rest of her paperwork on her own.

Yodrak

I just received my fiance's completed G-325A froms all the way from South Africa. I live in CT. I noticed that she left a lot of the fields blank that didn't apply. For example in the section to fill out for a spouse she typed in "never been married before" and left the remaining fields empty. I have read that you should put "na" in all boxes that don't apply.

Also another concern in the employment section. There is a box that asks you "show below last occupation abroad if not shown above". She filled in her most recent job which is in her native South Africa and which she also listed in the main employment section. I don't think this is a good thing, but we are dying to get this thing mailed out.

One more question, sorry. I should probably have split this up into multiple posts. One of the last things on the form is to check a box in regards to "This form is submitted in connection with application for:" She checked other and specified "I-129F Marrying US citizen". Would it have been better to check the box for "status as permanent resident? With so many questions I'm probably going to have to have her fill out new forms. This sucks!

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She did fine, don't worry. :)

I only did different in the box: "show below last occupation abroad if not shown above". I had to write in an additional sheet. But this is not a problem. It is completly right.


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