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Filed: Country: Philippines
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My fiancee from the Philippines has no building numbers for the street addresses from her past employers. Just street names and city names, and name of employer of course. Anyone ever submit their G-325A this way? I'm especially interested if anyone from the Philippiines portal has submitted their G-325A this way for their K-1.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Poland
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I would say approximate, businesses move, but addresses don't. So if you have a name and know where the business uses to be, check the address and put there at least something. I don't believe that USCIS checks on every little tiny piece of that information, and it is also unlikely that everyone can get their job history 100% accurate.

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We had similar prblems, being from a village with no street address. what i did was used attachments to list the complete address , my thinking was give all the information i had on any given address, since they wouldnt fit in the small space they give you, i made the attachments, a, b, c,etc. I hope this helps you, we had no problems with our g-325 doing it this way. rarely do they give room for listing barangay, purok, district, village, and so on, good luck!


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Burkina Faso
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We submitted the PO Box number for the employer, and for our home addresses (which had no street name or number) I listed the neighborhood, city, and country in the table and then made a google map that showed each residence and the period during which we lived there. attached the google map printout to the 325a. I haven't gotten my NOA2 yet though, so we'll see how they like it

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