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When filling out the petition, my fiance's name contains letter that aren't in the Latin alphabet. I still use their alphabet system, correct?

i.e: Srđan (instead of the americanized spelling of Srdjan).


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When filling out the petition, my fiance's name contains letter that aren't in the Latin alphabet. I still use their alphabet system, correct?

i.e: Srđan (instead of the americanized spelling of Srdjan).

Use the Americanized Spelling.

There is a question specifically for using alternate letter systems:

16. If your fiancé(e)'s native alphabet uses other than Roman letters, write his or her name and address abroad in the native alphabet.

Enter the name/address in his alphabet there.


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In my case My wife's name is written 杨煜 on I-129F I wrote Yu Yang on G-325A there is a line for writing name in non Roman Characters this is where ( 杨煜 ) was wrote, as well as question 16.


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Thank you. So I should spell it out phonetically using the Roman alphabet.

A little bit more of an inquiry on his part. He's somewhat adamant of keeping his native spelling for official documents (future GC, driver's license, etc). It would be two letters out of his whole name that are not found in the Roman alphabet. Is he going to be able to do that? Or does he have to settle for the Americanized name?

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"Let me tell you the secret that has led me to my goal. My strength lies solely in my tenacity. " ~ Louis Pasteur.

Met Online - 01/2010
Met in Person - 12/21/2010

Engaged - 12/31/2010

File - 07/26/2011

NOA1 - 08/02/2011

NOA2 - 12/22/2011 (e-mail notice)
Visa Approved - 03/13/2012

Married - 03/31/2012 <3

*Started the AOS process a bit late cuse I'm a slacker and suck

But, we've had no issues. It's coming along. Interview should

be shortly coming. Married life is great*

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Thank you. So I should spell it out phonetically using the Roman alphabet.

A little bit more of an inquiry on his part. He's somewhat adamant of keeping his native spelling for official documents (future GC, driver's license, etc). It would be two letters out of his whole name that are not found in the Roman alphabet. Is he going to be able to do that? Or does he have to settle for the Americanized name?

Thanks again! I love this forum! :)

My wife's green card does not have 杨煜 on it, and even in cases of Chinese married to Chinese they use Romain-zed spelling, in the case of Chinese is called "pin-yin", nope, I don't think USCIS has character support for anything on the card other than the standard 26 character alphabet.


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Does anyone know if this is the case for Latin based alphabets?

I understand that chinese characters are very different. But the Croatian alphabet is very close to the Roman alphabet. I'm just wondering because names such as Jose vs. José or Francois vs. François or Joao vs. João.

I could've sworn I've seen a friend's whose driver license says João instead of Joao. But I'm not entirely sure. I should find their email lol. His would simply be Srđan vs Srdan/Srdjan.

Seems like a trivial question, but it's important to him...so I'm trying to find him a correct answer.


"Let me tell you the secret that has led me to my goal. My strength lies solely in my tenacity. " ~ Louis Pasteur.

Met Online - 01/2010
Met in Person - 12/21/2010

Engaged - 12/31/2010

File - 07/26/2011

NOA1 - 08/02/2011

NOA2 - 12/22/2011 (e-mail notice)
Visa Approved - 03/13/2012

Married - 03/31/2012 <3

*Started the AOS process a bit late cuse I'm a slacker and suck

But, we've had no issues. It's coming along. Interview should

be shortly coming. Married life is great*

jest.gif

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Does anyone know if this is the case for Latin based alphabets?

I understand that chinese characters are very different. But the Croatian alphabet is very close to the Roman alphabet. I'm just wondering because names such as Jose vs. José or Francois vs. François or Joao vs. João.

I could've sworn I've seen a friend's whose driver license says João instead of Joao. But I'm not entirely sure. I should find their email lol. His would simply be Srđan vs Srdan/Srdjan.

Seems like a trivial question, but it's important to him...so I'm trying to find him a correct answer.

Driver's licenses are issued by the individual states, so one state may, and another state may not do this.

OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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