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How should a latin name (first name, fathers last name, mothers last name) be put on the G-325A and I-129F?

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How should a latin name (first name, fathers last name, mothers last name) be put on the G-325A and I-129F?

its ok if we just write fathers last name in the forms and then states it on the cover letter???:blink:

thanks in advance 4 your help ♥


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How should a latin name (first name, fathers last name, mothers last name) be put on the G-325A and I-129F?

its ok if we just write fathers last name in the forms and then states it on the cover letter???:blink:

thanks in advance 4 your help ♥

My fiance has 4 names, two first names and two last names. I put his 'family name' as his fathers last than his mothers last (in the same space). His first name I put under 'name' and his second name I put under 'middle'. I think that's the best way to fit in all the information but if your fiance has really long last names it might be harder...

Good luck!


I-129F package sent: Jul 7th 2010

Package received at CSC: Jul 9th 2010

NOA1: Jul 16th 2010

NOA2: Nov 30th 2010

Packet 4 letter received: Dec 27th 2010

Medical done: Jan 3rd 2011

Interview: Jan 24th 2011 - APPROVED!!

Passport with K-1 visa received: Jan 29th 2011

POE: Feb 2nd 2011 in Houston, TX - cleared without problems :-)

Married!: May 2nd 2011

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My fiance has 4 names, two first names and two last names. I put his 'family name' as his fathers last than his mothers last (in the same space). His first name I put under 'name' and his second name I put under 'middle'. I think that's the best way to fit in all the information but if your fiance has really long last names it might be harder...

Good luck!

That's what i thought at first, but then my fiance saw this on FAQS section here on VJ and it says : What others have done successfully is to use the first (fathers) last name on the forms. Then in the cover letter, state the full name including both last names and that you are only using the first (fathers) last name on the forms.

So he told me to put just my fathers last name in "family name' and he made a state of that in the cover letter. Do you think it would be a problem? I filled in the forms on my computer and then printed them, do think that he can he put my mothers last name next to my fathers in ink??? maybe im just freaking out about this...Sorry for so many questions but that's the only thing that has been bothering me and we are ready to send the petition so i need help!!!!:help:

God bless you

Patty ♥


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That's what i thought at first, but then my fiance saw this on FAQS section here on VJ and it says : What others have done successfully is to use the first (fathers) last name on the forms. Then in the cover letter, state the full name including both last names and that you are only using the first (fathers) last name on the forms.

So he told me to put just my fathers last name in "family name' and he made a state of that in the cover letter. Do you think it would be a problem? I filled in the forms on my computer and then printed them, do think that he can he put my mothers last name next to my fathers in ink??? maybe im just freaking out about this...Sorry for so many questions but that's the only thing that has been bothering me and we are ready to send the petition so i need help!!!!:help:

God bless you

Patty ♥

we didnt put her mothers last name on the petition.. or on any paperwork...but some how her full name appeared on the packet 3...

i would say just put the fathers name...

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That's what i thought at first, but then my fiance saw this on FAQS section here on VJ and it says : What others have done successfully is to use the first (fathers) last name on the forms. Then in the cover letter, state the full name including both last names and that you are only using the first (fathers) last name on the forms.

So he told me to put just my fathers last name in "family name' and he made a state of that in the cover letter. Do you think it would be a problem? I filled in the forms on my computer and then printed them, do think that he can he put my mothers last name next to my fathers in ink??? maybe im just freaking out about this...Sorry for so many questions but that's the only thing that has been bothering me and we are ready to send the petition so i need help!!!!:help:

God bless you

Patty ♥

It will probably be fine, especially if you saw it in the FAQ's on VJ. I put both names in the space because I don't want him to come into the states with only one last name... a lot of foreign names can get 'americanized' in the immigration process and I didn't want that to happen to him. However, if you include what you did and why in the cover letter it should be obvious that there are two last names. Imagine how hard it would be if you didn't even use the same alphabet! Or if you had 5 names! I think however you put it on the form, as long as you state what you're doing and why, there shouldn't be a problem. :-) good luck!


I-129F package sent: Jul 7th 2010

Package received at CSC: Jul 9th 2010

NOA1: Jul 16th 2010

NOA2: Nov 30th 2010

Packet 4 letter received: Dec 27th 2010

Medical done: Jan 3rd 2011

Interview: Jan 24th 2011 - APPROVED!!

Passport with K-1 visa received: Jan 29th 2011

POE: Feb 2nd 2011 in Houston, TX - cleared without problems :-)

Married!: May 2nd 2011

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