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please my wife she is condition resident

OK we are confused about some parts

in the form I 751 part 3 additional information about you (condition resident) 1- other names used(including maiden name): ?????

well my wife never used other name before or after marriage

so should we live this part in blank or we write something like (n/a),(none)....!!!!!!

thank you for all your help

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If your wife has not changed name(s) after her marriage to you or has never used another name then yes you should leave it blank.

Which also means that the current name is what she has provided in the AOS filing when she got her conditional GC.

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If your wife has not changed name(s) after her marriage to you or has never used another name then yes you should leave it blank.

Which also means that the current name is what she has provided in the AOS filing when she got her conditional GC.

NEVER leave anything blank on the forms, if there is no others name used you should put NONE.

and for questions that do not apply for you you should put N/a.


Removing Conditions - I-751

Joint I-751 Sent- 04/02/10

Received at CSC - 04/05/10

Check Cashed - 04/07/10

NOA & extension received - 04/09/10 (dated 04/05/10)

Biometrics done - 05/18/10

Card Production Ordered - 06/24/10

Approval letter received - 06/30/10

New green card received - 07/06/10

Citizenship - N-400

N400 Sent - 04/01/11

check cashed - 04/07/11

Biometrics done-05/17/11

Interview letter-05/28/11

Interview date - 06/30/11

Oath ceremony-07/07/11

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please my wife she is condition resident

OK we are confused about some parts

in the form I 751 part 3 additional information about you (condition resident) 1- other names used(including maiden name): ?????

well my wife never used other name before or after marriage

so should we live this part in blank or we write something like (n/a),(none)....!!!!!!

thank you for all your help

Example : My married name is : Marieta Manio-Brown

Other Names used:

Names before marriage/maiden : Marieta Manio

Marietta Manio

I used Marietta and Marieta before, so I put even with single letter difference, I think that will be of good help for background check specially I have I good standing on both names. Just a thought!


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Our Timeline:

July 22, 2007 Mailed I-129F

August 1, 2007 - NOA1

Dec. 3, 2007 - NOA2 received after 132 days from filing!

February 7,2008 (6:30AM) - Interview

February 22, 2008 - POE LAX, then flew on to Washington DC

March 8th, 2008 - We're MARRIED! Tyndall AFB, FL beachside!!!!

Aug 08-PREGNANT! Jan 09 -UPDATE! It's A BOY!

MAy 17 09 - Baby James Anthony born!!

I-129f was approved in 131 days from filing date.

Iinterview took 197 days from I-129F filing date.

2008 AOS Journey

April 3 AOS Sent

April 06 Received Date

April 10 Noticed Date 3 NOAs: AOS, EAD & AP (Received in mail April 14)

April 30 Biometrics Appointment (Notice received April 16) DONE!

May 06 AOS Transferred in CSC

May 12 Touched Case now pending

June 13 AP and EAD card Received

June 19 Touched

July 29 Touched

July 30 Card Production ordered!!

August 4 Received Welcome letter & GC in mail!!!

Total days: 3 months 3 weeks 6 days

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None.

If you leave anything blank, they may assume you FORGOT to enter it. NEVER leave anything blank.


There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism. When I refer to hyphenated Americans, I do not refer to naturalized Americans. Some of the very best Americans I have ever known were naturalized Americans, Americans born abroad. But a hyphenated American is not an American at all . . . . The one absolutely certain way of bringing this nation to ruin, of preventing all possibility of its continuing to be a nation at all, would be to permit it to become a tangle of squabbling nationalities, an intricate knot of German-Americans, Irish-Americans, English-Americans, French-Americans, Scandinavian-Americans or Italian-Americans, each preserving its separate nationality, each at heart feeling more sympathy with Europeans of that nationality, than with the other citizens of the American Republic . . . . There is no such thing as a hyphenated American who is a good American. The only man who is a good American is the man who is an American and nothing else.

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