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I typed the forms i-130 and made my wife sign in while i was in the philippines, now im back in the states and ready to send it in, by i just noticed that there is a mistake when i filled up the form, is it okay for me to put white out on the form and just fill the portion of it all over again with Pen? Or would it seem sloppy for the agents viewing my petiton forms? I would re-type it but i already have my wife's signatures on all of my required forms and i dont want to have to mail her those forms again just for her to sign, when I have them already here with just aminor mistake that i am hoping could be fixed with a simple white out.

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I typed the forms i-130 and made my wife sign in while i was in the philippines, now im back in the states and ready to send it in, by i just noticed that there is a mistake when i filled up the form, is it okay for me to put white out on the form and just fill the portion of it all over again with Pen? Or would it seem sloppy for the agents viewing my petiton forms? I would re-type it but i already have my wife's signatures on all of my required forms and i dont want to have to mail her those forms again just for her to sign, when I have them already here with just aminor mistake that i am hoping could be fixed with a simple white out.

Wife doesn't have to sign the I-130. Are you talking about the G325A?

I did a white out on a 4 G325As and typed over without problems.

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K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

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Filed: Timeline
I typed the forms i-130 and made my wife sign in while i was in the philippines, now im back in the states and ready to send it in, by i just noticed that there is a mistake when i filled up the form, is it okay for me to put white out on the form and just fill the portion of it all over again with Pen? Or would it seem sloppy for the agents viewing my petiton forms? I would re-type it but i already have my wife's signatures on all of my required forms and i dont want to have to mail her those forms again just for her to sign, when I have them already here with just aminor mistake that i am hoping could be fixed with a simple white out.

Wife doesn't have to sign the I-130. Are you talking about the G325A?

I did a white out on a 4 G325As and typed over without problems.

ooops sorry, I meant the G325A..I had her sign all copies , but I failed to notice the typo in there, and now I want to fix it, hopefully they wont mind noticing a white out on the form, and with me just writing over it with pen, since I dont have a type writer.

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I typed the forms i-130 and made my wife sign in while i was in the philippines, now im back in the states and ready to send it in, by i just noticed that there is a mistake when i filled up the form, is it okay for me to put white out on the form and just fill the portion of it all over again with Pen? Or would it seem sloppy for the agents viewing my petiton forms? I would re-type it but i already have my wife's signatures on all of my required forms and i dont want to have to mail her those forms again just for her to sign, when I have them already here with just aminor mistake that i am hoping could be fixed with a simple white out.

Wife doesn't have to sign the I-130. Are you talking about the G325A?

I did a white out on a 4 G325As and typed over without problems.

ooops sorry, I meant the G325A..I had her sign all copies , but I failed to notice the typo in there, and now I want to fix it, hopefully they wont mind noticing a white out on the form, and with me just writing over it with pen, since I dont have a type writer.

Typewriters are RARE birds these days. I found one in a real estate office.


K1 denied, K3/K4, CR-1/CR-2, AOS, ROC, Adoption, US citizenship and dual citizenship

!! ALL PAU!

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