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My full name (the way it is written on my birth certificate) has a suffix of "JR"

There is no place on the I-129 (or the G-325A) specifically for a suffix.

Should I put the suffix in the Family name box after my family name?

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Okay we have the same problem. So JR should be on the first name part? Or should it be on other names used?

Say --

last name: DOE

first name: John

middle name: Ray

Other names used: John R. Doe JR

What do you think?

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Ok. I'm confused now. Because we are actually in the process of gathering everything for the petition. My fiancé has JR also. And we thought we supposed to put it besides his last name.

Ex.

Firstname: Fiance

lastname: Fiancee, Jr.

Hopefully someone can help us.


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My full name (the way it is written on my birth certificate) has a suffix of "JR"

There is no place on the I-129 (or the G-325A) specifically for a suffix.

Should I put the suffix in the Family name box after my family name?

Okay we have the same problem. So JR should be on the first name part? Or should it be on other names used?

Say --

last name: DOE

first name: John

middle name: Ray

Other names used: John R. Doe JR

What do you think?

put it next to your first name, JR is not part of the lastname nor "other names used"


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I also have a question about the name portion on the I-129f and the G-325a...My fiancee's name is Sobia Bibi on her ID card and birth certificate. But her fathers name(family name) is Shabir Ahmad. What do i do in a situation like this? Ive been told by some people to put Bibi in the middle name spot, and put N/A in the family name part. I was thinking if anything, put Bibi as the family name and leave the middle name spot empty. I just want everything to go smoothly, and it seems like once i get one question answered, I come across another. Thanks guys


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2/24/2009 - Met Sobia

3/09/2010 - Traveled to Pakistan for 6 weeks for engagement

5/21/2010 - I-129F Sent to Vermont

5/27/2010 - NOA1 hardcopy recieved

6/25/2010 - Recieved email confirmation that I-129F has been approved

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7/16/2010 - NVC Recieved Petition

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My full name (the way it is written on my birth certificate) has a suffix of "JR"

There is no place on the I-129 (or the G-325A) specifically for a suffix.

Should I put the suffix in the Family name box after my family name?

Yes, put the JR in the family name box, as in SMITH JR John Michael

There may not be a single correct way to do this but I assure you this will work. If you also want to put in other names used "John Michael SMITH JR" that will make it crystal clear.

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Hi guys. Can anyone help me. I booked my ticket next with china eastern airline. My passport and ticket are not match because of my suffix Jr.. always having a trouble with my jr.even i right it after my surname.but the results will come is that my jr will come after my 1st name. And that happened to my airline ticket. Can anyone tell me if there will be an issue about that suffix jr? In my passport jr is after my 1st name,but in my ticket the jr is after my last name. Thanks

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