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My father passed away about 2 years ago, what should I put on his city and country of residence?

I read a lot of different answers about this (N/A, deceased, last place lived) so I decided to post another topic.

We also have a question about city and country of births/residences. My fiance for example, his father lives

in Sanford, NC USA. So should we just put Sanford, USA? He was born in Newburgh, NY USA. So should

it only be Newburgh, USA?

Also with I-129f instructions, it says that except for name and signature, you don't have to repeat on the G-325a

form the information given on your form I-129f. Would it matter if we fill them all anyway? We're just afraid

that we might miss something.

I know, these are maybe simple questions but we wanna do it correctly. :D

Hope someone could answer our questions, thank you!


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My father passed away about 2 years ago, what should I put on his city and country of residence?

I read a lot of different answers about this (N/A, deceased, last place lived) so I decided to post another topic.

my wife's father had also passed away. she wrote deceased.

We also have a question about city and country of births/residences. My fiance for example, his father lives

in Sanford, NC USA. So should we just put Sanford, USA? He was born in Newburgh, NY USA. So should

it only be Newburgh, USA?

on my wife's, she wrote city and country. on mine I wrote city, state abbbr, and country. i think either way would be acceptable.


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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