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If information does not fit into the space on the i-130 form you can use a seperate piece of paper right? how does that work? is it just a regular blank pice of paper or a special piece? if its just a regular sheet then how would i write it in? can someone please explain to me in detail

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ya, is 'addendum sheet'.

at top and bottom , put 'Addendum - I-130 Petition LASTNAME1/LASTNAME2'

where LASTNAME1 = petitioner's last name and

LASTNAME2 = beneficiary's last name and

PUT THE LAST NAMES IN CAPITAL LETTERS

then at the bottom, put a page __ of __ (also)

the top/bottom is silly, I know, but the petition will be set up in 2 hole punch thingie at USCIS, so ya can't be sure what's visible.

For the item itself, include the item # from the form, then the errata, ie

13. Jones Tremendian Explenapenitaria, 2339

(then, on the I-130 itself, handwrite in - 'See Addendum'

Good Luck !


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If information does not fit into the space on the i-130 form you can use a seperate piece of paper right? how does that work? is it just a regular blank pice of paper or a special piece? if its just a regular sheet then how would i write it in? can someone please explain to me in detail

The piece of paper should be 25% cotton bond paper and either hot pink or baby blue in color. All information should be in purple or green ink and it should be folded in the shape of an eagle. Use A4 size paper, not 8.5 X 11 unless you're awake. If awake, jsut use plain white paper and black or blue ink. :devil:


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oh my push - yer so giddy this days after receiving a 2 year China visa :D

But seriously, this ain't 'off topic' :D


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oh my push - yer so giddy this days after receiving a 2 year China visa :D

But seriously, this ain't 'off topic' :D

So i get just a regular peice of paper and just write or type in the rest of the information, like i cant fit in the names of the employers as well as the full adress so how do i do that on the next page?

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So i get just a regular peice of paper and just write or type in the rest of the information, like i cant fit in the names of the employers as well as the full adress so how do i do that on the next page?

There are no names of employers on the I-130. Those are on the G325a forms. Abbreviate and just use city and state, instead of the full address.


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The piece of paper should be 25% cotton bond paper and either hot pink or baby blue in color. All information should be in purple or green ink and it should be folded in the shape of an eagle. Use A4 size paper, not 8.5 X 11 unless you're awake. If awake, jsut use plain white paper and black or blue ink. :devil:

Shouldn't that be a North American Bald Eagle? You know, the American national bird and symbol? <grin>


Relationship Timeline:

07/19/2003 - Met here in the US and just clicked

05/2004 through 08/2009 - many trips back and forth by both of us, phone calls, care packages, etc.

02/14/2008 - Engaged (she was here in the US for Valentines Day so I figured make it official :))

11/21/2009 - Married with a few friends and some family in attendence.

CR1 Timeline:

01/12/2010 - I-130 Packet Sent

<interviening stuff deleted as signature is finite in length>

08/30/2010 - Interview completed, visa granted.

08/31/2010 - Visa in hand!

09/07/2010 - Arriving Seattle.

09/17/2010 - Received SSN.

10/01/2010 - Received green card.

Removal of Conditions:

06/06/2012 - Mailed I-751

06/12/2012 - Got back I-751 as "too early"

06/13/2012 - Re-mailed I-751

06/18/2012 - NOA1

07/13/2012 - Biometrics Appointment letter received (scheduled for 08/06/2012)

08/06/2012 - Biometrics completed.

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So i get just a regular peice of paper and just write or type in the rest of the information, like i cant fit in the names of the employers as well as the full adress so how do i do that on the next page?

Page 1 of x

Page 2 of x

where "x" is the total number of pages you need to use to accomplish the mission, and with the header information as already described at the top of each page...

Hope this helps!

Mike


Relationship Timeline:

07/19/2003 - Met here in the US and just clicked

05/2004 through 08/2009 - many trips back and forth by both of us, phone calls, care packages, etc.

02/14/2008 - Engaged (she was here in the US for Valentines Day so I figured make it official :))

11/21/2009 - Married with a few friends and some family in attendence.

CR1 Timeline:

01/12/2010 - I-130 Packet Sent

<interviening stuff deleted as signature is finite in length>

08/30/2010 - Interview completed, visa granted.

08/31/2010 - Visa in hand!

09/07/2010 - Arriving Seattle.

09/17/2010 - Received SSN.

10/01/2010 - Received green card.

Removal of Conditions:

06/06/2012 - Mailed I-751

06/12/2012 - Got back I-751 as "too early"

06/13/2012 - Re-mailed I-751

06/18/2012 - NOA1

07/13/2012 - Biometrics Appointment letter received (scheduled for 08/06/2012)

08/06/2012 - Biometrics completed.

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