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I-130 Form and I-94 question

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My British national spouse is currently in the US on the visa waiver program. I plan to file the I-130 while my spouse is still here. My spouse is planning to return to the UK before his/her allowed time in the US expires, and assuming that the I-130 is approved, he/she will apply for an immigrant visa from the UK. I notice on the I-130 application form that they ask if the beneficiary is in the US and ask for the I-94 number the benficiary entered under. When my spouse came into the country, they did not give my spouse an I-94 (or I-94W) number because people on the visa waiver program do not need to fill it out anymore at some major airports because Customs already has their information on ESTA. What do I put in the box for question 14 of the I-130 form where it asks how my spouse arrived in the US (as a visitor, student etc.) and for an I-94 number? I plan to put "Visitor VWP" and then N/A in the box for the I-94 number. Is this right? Or should I do it differently?



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