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G-325a answering parents resident and where you got maried to your ex wife

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Hello everyone,

I am working on filling out my G-325a and it asked for parents residents. The example gives the same city of birth and resident for the parents. First question my father is decesed so what do I put and, second my mother lives in a different city than her birth?

Then I married a filippina and divorced her in the states so my question is do I put married in Philippines or the the city & Philippines?

Thanks To Everyone in advance for any help on this.

Sincerely

Duane

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For your father, complete the details as normal but put deceased in the resident part. We also put the year he died in brackets. For your mother, if she lives in a different city to the one she was born in then put that. I can't see the form at work but I recall there is a space for birth and a space for residence.

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For your father, complete the details as normal but put deceased in the resident part. We also put the year he died in brackets. For your mother, if she lives in a different city to the one she was born in then put that. I can't see the form at work but I recall there is a space for birth and a space for residence.

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