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Hello all, I am confused on what to write in Part 5 at Question 21 c. Am I not supposed to enter 1 for my wife there? On the Example Forms it is written 0... Please help...thanks


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02/21/2015: N-400 sent via USPS Priority Mail to Phoenix, AZ Lockbox

02/23/2015: N-400 received by USCIS

02/27/2015: Check cashed

03/03/2015: I-797C, Notice of Action received

03/26/2015: Fingerprints done!

08/24/2015: Notice of Action received, Interview letter!

09/28/2015: Interview day, PASSED! Oath Ceremony same day :)

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N-400:

02/21/2015: N-400 sent via USPS Priority Mail to Phoenix, AZ Lockbox

02/23/2015: N-400 received by USCIS

02/27/2015: Check cashed

03/03/2015: I-797C, Notice of Action received

03/26/2015: Fingerprints done!

08/24/2015: Notice of Action received, Interview letter!

09/28/2015: Interview day, PASSED! Oath Ceremony same day :)

mens-sofitel-loo.jpg

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Do not count anyone twice. Therefore is your wife is already counted as the beneficiary immigrant that the form is for then don't put her as your spouse as well.


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Hello all, I am confused on what to write in Part 5 at Question 21 c. Am I not supposed to enter 1 for my wife there? On the Example Forms it is written 0... Please help...thanks

please read the form. It says quite clearly in bold "do not count anyone twice". This form was not made specifically for you. It's also made for joint-sponsors etc so other people might be sponsoring an immigrant, but married to someone else, hence the purpose of the box.

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I see, I didn't think of it that way, I forgot she is on that form also :bonk:

Thanks all !


N-400:

02/21/2015: N-400 sent via USPS Priority Mail to Phoenix, AZ Lockbox

02/23/2015: N-400 received by USCIS

02/27/2015: Check cashed

03/03/2015: I-797C, Notice of Action received

03/26/2015: Fingerprints done!

08/24/2015: Notice of Action received, Interview letter!

09/28/2015: Interview day, PASSED! Oath Ceremony same day :)

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