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In the example form for the I-130 (http://www.visajourney.com/examples/INS-Form-I-130.pdf), part "C. Information about your alien relative (continued)," shows information about the petitioner, not the alien relative... Is that a mistake? Should we put in my information instead of my husband's, as I'm the "alien"? Sorry if this is a stupid question, just trying to be meticulous so we can get things done right the first time around. Thanks.

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Filed: Other Country: China
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In the example form for the I-130 (http://www.visajourney.com/examples/INS-Form-I-130.pdf), part "C. Information about your alien relative (continued)," shows information about the petitioner, not the alien relative... Is that a mistake? Should we put in my information instead of my husband's, as I'm the "alien"? Sorry if this is a stupid question, just trying to be meticulous so we can get things done right the first time around. Thanks.

If I'm the US Citizen it is MY relative they are asking about. If filing for my spouse, then I am my alien relative's spouse, so my information is shown in that section that ask about the relative's spouse and children. If my spouse has any children, her children are listed next.

It is the US Citizen's I-130, filed in behalf of the foreign relative, in this case the spouse.

Best to ask these questions in the IR1/CR1 forum as K3 is a dead visa category at this time.

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I am still not understanding this and saw this as a mistake on the example form.

help anyone?

Should the information there be the petitioners or the beneficiary?

thanks


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Best to ask these questions in the IR1/CR1 forum as K3 is a dead visa category at this time.


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I am still not understanding this and saw this as a mistake on the example form.

help anyone?

Should the information there be the petitioners or the beneficiary?

thanks

The US Citizen is the petitioner, petitioning for a relative. In this case "your relative" is your spouse. Your spouse has a spouse. It's you. Put your relative's spouse's information where it asks for it. That means you'll be putting the petitioner, your information there. When filing for a spouse, you are both the petitioner and your relative's spouse. If your spouse has children of their own and/or joint with you, list them. If not, enter "No Children".


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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No questions about the I-129F used by K-3, only about I-130. Moving this to the CR-1/IR-1 forum...


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Should we put in my information instead of my husband's, as I'm the "alien"?

YES!


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YES!

No but sort of yes. In a spouse visa case, the "relative" is the beneficiary, so the relative's spouse is the petitioner. The first name in section C would be the Petitioner, who is the beneficiary/relative's "spouse". Any children listed would be natural children of the beneficiary. The example form is exactly correct for a spouse petition.


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