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I-129F Petition- G325A employment history.

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Hello!

I am new here, I am 22, hoping to marry my American fiance by the end of the year. I have just mailed off all my forms for him to prepare the I-129F package.

On my G-325A I am worried about a couple of issues-

1- I haven't included my work history, it is so bitty and temporary that it seemed better to keep a clean slate and just say I've been a student, which I have. I'm just about to finish my Fine Art degree.

2- I put 'alien fiance' at the bottom instead of I-129F.

In relation to the first issue- am I being stupid? should I have put down every little job I've had over the years?

And the second issue, my fiance can just neatly write in I-129F underneath it I think, they aren't monsters at the USCIS offices...I don't think...

I just hope I've got everything else sorted, we are currently trying to persuade his parents to sign the I-134 Affidavit of support. I really hope they agree...

Thank you so much for any wisdom!

Emma.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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The 134 is nothing compared to the 864 they will have to sign after you guys get married!

You may want them to look at both forms so they get a good understanding of it so they don't have a bomb dropped on them when you ask for the 864 to be signed as well.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Australia
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Hello!

I am new here, I am 22, hoping to marry my American fiance by the end of the year. I have just mailed off all my forms for him to prepare the I-129F package.

On my G-325A I am worried about a couple of issues-

1- I haven't included my work history, it is so bitty and temporary that it seemed better to keep a clean slate and just say I've been a student, which I have. I'm just about to finish my Fine Art degree.

2- I put 'alien fiance' at the bottom instead of I-129F.

In relation to the first issue- am I being stupid? should I have put down every little job I've had over the years?

And the second issue, my fiance can just neatly write in I-129F underneath it I think, they aren't monsters at the USCIS offices...I don't think...

I just hope I've got everything else sorted, we are currently trying to persuade his parents to sign the I-134 Affidavit of support. I really hope they agree...

Thank you so much for any wisdom!

Emma.

I don't quite understand what you wrote on bottom of 325? was it ? what do you mean you put alien fiance instead of 129f?

And no you don't have to put every little job you had I didn't as I did part time work here and there over the last 5 years so I put the 2 longest places I worked at and no questions asked.

If he can't financially support you yes I hope his parents can sponsor for you.


Divorced !st November 2012.

Married only 2 years 1 month

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Hello!

I am new here, I am 22, hoping to marry my American fiance by the end of the year. I have just mailed off all my forms for him to prepare the I-129F package.

On my G-325A I am worried about a couple of issues-

1- I haven't included my work history, it is so bitty and temporary that it seemed better to keep a clean slate and just say I've been a student, which I have. I'm just about to finish my Fine Art degree.

2- I put 'alien fiance' at the bottom instead of I-129F.

In relation to the first issue- am I being stupid? should I have put down every little job I've had over the years?

And the second issue, my fiance can just neatly write in I-129F underneath it I think, they aren't monsters at the USCIS offices...I don't think...

I just hope I've got everything else sorted, we are currently trying to persuade his parents to sign the I-134 Affidavit of support. I really hope they agree...

Thank you so much for any wisdom!

Emma.

1. If you worked somewhere and were paid, record it. Periods in-between of unemployment should be noted as such (don't say you were a student, put "none - unemployed").

2. I think "K-1 VISA" would be a little more accurate.

RE the I-134 affadavit - it's really just a formality: something to say that, should you fall into financial dire straits, the buck will stop with your sponsor and not the state.

His parents should be aware of what they're signing, but you can assure them that, in the unlikely event that you do require assistance, there's nothing preventing you from returning home and being impoverished there.

Edited by faust-yusov

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