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Hello everyone,

friend of mine just won a Green Card. She is getting ready to send out her package of forms. She asked me if I knew about this and I am no sure. there is a question to write the applicants first and last name in the native alphabet if it is other than roman alphabet. so, her mother tongue is Georgian which does have its own alphabet. So should she write it in georgian language? i'm kind of confused ;-( no one could read it at the immigration office anyways.

thanks


Our <!--WORD2URL-01--><!--END WORD2URL-01-->K1<!--WORD2URL-02--><!--END WORD2URL-02--> Timeline

01-10-05 I-129 Sent to Nebraska

01-12-05 NOA 1

03-12-05 RFE

03-14-05 Original G325 Forms sent to Nebraska

04-04-05 NOA 2

04-22-05 Medical Exam

04-23-05 Packet 3 from embassy

04-23-05 <!--WORD2URL-01--><!--END WORD2URL-01-->NVC<!--WORD2URL-02--><!--END WORD2URL-02--> Letter (at the same day!!!)

04-25-05 Packet 3 sent back

05-04-05 Packet 4

05-25-05 Interview

06-04-05 Visa in mailbox

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07-27-05 WEDDING in Colorado Springs

08-23-05 Applied for SSN (in maiden-name)

09-01-05 Got SSN

09-03-05 Sent out AOS, <!--WORD2URL-01--><!--END WORD2URL-01-->EAD<!--WORD2URL-02--><!--END WORD2URL-02-->, AP

09-12-05 Got NOAs for AOS, <!--WORD2URL-01--><!--END WORD2URL-01-->EAD<!--WORD2URL-02--><!--END WORD2URL-02--> & AP

10-25-05 Received Fingerprint Appointments for AOS & <!--WORD2URL-01--><!--END WORD2URL-01-->EAD<!--WORD2URL-02--><!--END WORD2URL-02-->

11-14-05 Got AP

11-15-05 Got Colorado DL

01-09-06 Got AOS Interview appointment

02-07-06 AOS Interview////APPROVED

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Hello everyone,

friend of mine just won a Green Card. She is getting ready to send out her package of forms. She asked me if I knew about this and I am no sure. there is a question to write the applicants first and last name in the native alphabet if it is other than roman alphabet. so, her mother tongue is Georgian which does have its own alphabet. So should she write it in georgian language? i'm kind of confused ;-( no one could read it at the immigration office anyways.

thanks

yes, in the field that asks her to write it in her native language she writes it in Georgian. They use it for comparing against official documents and recognition that it is her name.

The other fields need to be in English.


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Hello everyone,

friend of mine just won a Green Card. She is getting ready to send out her package of forms. She asked me if I knew about this and I am no sure. there is a question to write the applicants first and last name in the native alphabet if it is other than roman alphabet. so, her mother tongue is Georgian which does have its own alphabet. So should she write it in georgian language? i'm kind of confused ;-( no one could read it at the immigration office anyways.

thanks

yes, in the field that asks her to write it in her native language she writes it in Georgian. They use it for comparing against official documents and recognition that it is her name.

The other fields need to be in English.

Exactly :thumbs:

She'll find it a great idea to follow the instructions to the letter.


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