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Signature on G325A & Letter of intent

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Hello. I sent our I-129F petition package about a week and a half ago. I got the electronic notification and they cashed my check, woo hoo!

I'm starting to worry a little about my fiance's signature. He signed the G325A and letter of intent to marry as "Jorge A." His first name is Jorge and his middle name is Antonio. He has paternal and maternal last names, also. When I first got his papers, I thought his signature was maybe a little weird, and then I moved on and did all my last minute double-checking. He told me that's just always how he signs his name. (He doesn't use a credit card so it's not like I see his signature very often.) ANYWAY...has anyone heard about a problem with a signature not having a last name? I sure hope not. Thanks!


12/30/10 - Engaged

02/09/11 - I-129F mailed

02/17/11 - NOA1

05/18/11 - NOA2

05/??/11 - NVC received petition

06/03/11 - NVC forwarded petition to Ciudad Juarez Consulate

06/??/11 - Consulate received petition

06/14/11 - Consulate sent out packet

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I honestly don't know what they will do. I had the same issue. My fiance signs only his first initial, no last name. :unsure:

But, I've read on here where people have not signed their G-325A at all. So, there really is no rhyme or reason. I just hope that we both end up on the good side of this boat. Count it all joy. We'll be just fine! :yes:


Be Sober, Be Vigilant!

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Thanks, it's good to have a little reassurance :thumbs:


12/30/10 - Engaged

02/09/11 - I-129F mailed

02/17/11 - NOA1

05/18/11 - NOA2

05/??/11 - NVC received petition

06/03/11 - NVC forwarded petition to Ciudad Juarez Consulate

06/??/11 - Consulate received petition

06/14/11 - Consulate sent out packet

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