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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hello everybody,

I have problem in filling out G-325A. I am using Adobe Acrobat to fill out the form and when i have the form printed out, i found out that some letters in the same word were missing. For example: "September" would be turned like this "Septem" after printing it and "ber" was lost. And my question is that am i allowed to use my black ink pen to fill in the missing letter?

Thanks and have a nice day,

Lan&Mike


I am nothing without GOD

Thanks to my GOD for helping me find him - my love!!!

LAN & MIKE forever and ever

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Hello everybody,

I have problem in filling out G-325A. I am using Adobe Acrobat to fill out the form and when i have the form printed out, i found out that some letters in the same word were missing. For example: "September" would be turned like this "Septem" after printing it and "ber" was lost. And my question is that am i allowed to use my black ink pen to fill in the missing letter?

Thanks and have a nice day,

Lan&Mike

I believe the only thing you should be worried about is that the document is complete, accurate and legible. I am quite certain that finalizing the ends of words with ink will be OK


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Scotland
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Hello everybody,

I have problem in filling out G-325A. I am using Adobe Acrobat to fill out the form and when i have the form printed out, i found out that some letters in the same word were missing. For example: "September" would be turned like this "Septem" after printing it and "ber" was lost. And my question is that am i allowed to use my black ink pen to fill in the missing letter?

Thanks and have a nice day,

Lan&Mike

We had similar problems as sometimes the words were too long for the space allowed in the text boxes, I simply typed those answers in Word and then reduced the font size, 8pt was usually enough. When I then copied and pasted this back into the G-325A it fitted fine and printed well.


K-1 Visa

Event Date

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : London, United Kingdom

I-129F Sent : 2006-09-26

I-129F NOA1 : 2006-09-28

I-129F RFE(s) :

RFE Reply(s) :

I-129F NOA2 : 2006-10-18

NVC Received : 2006-10-20

NVC Left : 2006-10-23

Consulate Received :

Packet 3 Received : 2006-11-06

Packet 3 Sent : 2006-12-02

Packet 4 Received : 2006-12-07

Interview Date : 2007-01-31

Visa Received : 2007-02-03

US Entry : 2007-03-06

Marriage : 2007-03-30

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Lan&Mike,

You are allowed use your black ink pen to fill out the entire form if you wish.

Yodrak

Hello everybody,

I have problem in filling out G-325A. I am using Adobe Acrobat to fill out the form and when i have the form printed out, i found out that some letters in the same word were missing. For example: "September" would be turned like this "Septem" after printing it and "ber" was lost. And my question is that am i allowed to use my black ink pen to fill in the missing letter?

Thanks and have a nice day,

Lan&Mike

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Lan&Mike,

You are allowed use your black ink pen to fill out the entire form if you wish.

Yodrak

Hello everybody,

I have problem in filling out G-325A. I am using Adobe Acrobat to fill out the form and when i have the form printed out, i found out that some letters in the same word were missing. For example: "September" would be turned like this "Septem" after printing it and "ber" was lost. And my question is that am i allowed to use my black ink pen to fill in the missing letter?

Thanks and have a nice day,

Lan&Mike

Thank you Yodrak and others.

Lan&Mike


I am nothing without GOD

Thanks to my GOD for helping me find him - my love!!!

LAN & MIKE forever and ever

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