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I am filling out the I-130 form to petition for my wife. The form is set up to only accecpt addresses which are similar to the American address style (section C, lines 2).

Example,

12345 Alexander Street

Berverly Hills, CA 90210

Japanese addresses are not in this form. They do not give street names in their addresses. They give District-Block-Bulding numbers, Ward, City, Prefecture, Postal Code.

Example,

2-11-7 Shimanouchi, Chuo-ku

Osaka-shi

Osaka-fu

T 542-0082

How do I imput a japanese address to avoid any confusion?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Either you will have to fill that Japanese address by hand - or you will have to use a different PDF typing software to try and fill the address.

The fillable forms do not do a perfect job of accepting all types of answers - such as international addresses.


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I am filling out the I-130 form to petition for my wife. The form is set up to only accecpt addresses which are similar to the American address style (section C, lines 2).

Example,

12345 Alexander Street

Berverly Hills, CA 90210

Japanese addresses are not in this form. They do not give street names in their addresses. They give District-Block-Bulding numbers, Ward, City, Prefecture, Postal Code.

Example,

2-11-7 Shimanouchi, Chuo-ku

Osaka-shi

Osaka-fu

T 542-0082

How do I imput a japanese address to avoid any confusion?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I wrote them all on an attached sheet of paper and wrote "see attachment" on the form. Mine wouldn't fit even if they could have met the format


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I am filling out the I-130 form to petition for my wife. The form is set up to only accecpt addresses which are similar to the American address style (section C, lines 2).

Example,

12345 Alexander Street

Berverly Hills, CA 90210

Japanese addresses are not in this form. They do not give street names in their addresses. They give District-Block-Bulding numbers, Ward, City, Prefecture, Postal Code.

Example,

2-11-7 Shimanouchi, Chuo-ku

Osaka-shi

Osaka-fu

T 542-0082

How do I imput a japanese address to avoid any confusion?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Since I saw the posts about the USCIS and/or the embassies watching the social networks and even VJ, I thought I should clarify this post. Better safe than sorry.

We did not get married yet. I only called her my wife because no one would reply to my previous requests in this forum. We decided to go the K-1 route instead and I have already submitted the I-129F package.

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I am filling out the I-130 form to petition for my wife. The form is set up to only accecpt addresses which are similar to the American address style (section C, lines 2).

Example,

12345 Alexander Street

Berverly Hills, CA 90210

Japanese addresses are not in this form. They do not give street names in their addresses. They give District-Block-Bulding numbers, Ward, City, Prefecture, Postal Code.

Example,

2-11-7 Shimanouchi, Chuo-ku

Osaka-shi

Osaka-fu

T 542-0082

How do I imput a japanese address to avoid any confusion?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

If you already filed the petition, it's a bit late to be asking but essentially, everything that precedes the "city" goes in the street address, line. If it doesn't fit, then refer to the item number on page two where the address WILL almost always fit.


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