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Red Flags for I-129F Packet...

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Hello again....

I am really moving along with my I-129F Packet but I still have a few questions.

I am living and working (i have the appropriate work visa) in Mexico with my fiance and have been for the past year.

#1) In regards to address on the I-129F and G325a..

Will it be a problem if I put my parents address US address on the I-129f and my Mexico address for current address on G-325a?

#2 Work information on G-325a...

Should I put my current job in Mexico on the form for 5 years work information?

#3 I-129F form Part B Questions 12...

Only put something if your fiance is currently in the US? If they have visited before but not their currently put N/A? This is confusing...


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