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My fiancee from Ukraine sent me her G325A signed in the mail. However, after getting some of her documents translated, we realize now that she has a typo in her former husband's name and her own name after being translated. Can I use whiteout to remove the errors?? Do we know if whiteout will invalidate the form?

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Don't use whiteout. Just draw a line through the incorrect information and write in the correct information above, below, or anywhere it will fit. I made several corrections to my wife's G-325A.

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Yes, you can use white out or draw a line through it and change it. as long as it is legible.

FWIW I had Alla sign a few G-325a forms and give them to me blank. I filled them in later. The G-325a does not even have to be signed for the beneficiary if they are out of the country.

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