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I-129F First/Middle names do not fit in box

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My fiance has two middle names. Really a first name, the second 'segundo', and a middle name. I cannot fit them into the first or middle name box on the I-129F form. I cannot change the font and I do not think I can fit it by writing it in. The names do fit on the G325A. Any suggestions, please? Thanks so much!


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My fiance's name is Maria del Refugio XXXXXXX XXXXX and I dropped the last name on the I-129F and the G-325A. I know on certain forms you can change a setting that will allow you to overflow the fields or if you can't type all the information you can hand write some. Most of the forms I've submitted have some handwriting. Be sure it is legible if you do handwrite in a field.

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Hello!

My fiance has two middle names. Really a first name, the second 'segundo', and a middle name. I cannot fit them into the first or middle name box on the I-129F form. I cannot change the font and I do not think I can fit it by writing it in. The names do fit on the G325A. Any suggestions, please? Thanks so much!

Hi, this is what my fiance did on our app

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

A..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.

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You can also provide an application supplement. On a seperate sheet of paper provide the information that you can't fit in. I used one of these application supplements with my I-129F for a few fields that I could not fit in the fields.

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