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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Iraq

Hello everyone

we are applying for the k1 visa , still in the mess of collecting docs and letters , am just wondering is it ok to sign in arabic initials in the forms and letters as am already using?? or should i make a new enlgish signature with my initials??

thank you very much. :)

great ppl , great site :)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco

My husband signed everything in Arabic and English. It ususally asks for your signature in your native language --- which in his case is Arabic but all legal documents in Morocco are done in French - so I just had him do both versions of writing just in case. So if you/your SO can sign in English and Arabic do it ;)

May 11 '09 - Case Approved 10 yr card in the mail

June - 10 yr card recieved

Feb. 19, 2010 - N-400 Application sent to Phoenix Lockbox

April 3, 2010 - Biometrics

May 17,2010 - Citizenship Test - Minneapolis, MN

July 16, 2010- Retest (writing portion)

October 13, 2010 - Oath Ceremony

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Filed: Other Country: Lebanon

the I130 asks for sign in native language and in english :) as well as the address in native

June 11 05-Married George, civil ceremony in New York

May 30 08-Baby Joshua was born

Jan 15-Back to NY we go...

May 10-made decision not to go back overseas.

July 10-filed for divorce

Jan 11-Divorce final

July 11-1st trip to take Josh to see George

Mar 12-2nd trip to take Josh to see George



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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iraq

thank you very much, i guess i will sign in both languages :)

Aug 08-2011 N-400 package sent

Aug 11-2011 NOA date

Aug 12-2011 check cashed

Sep 14-2011 Biometrics

Oct 03-2011 Interview letter (Fax only)

Oct 27-2011 Interview day >>>>> PASSED

Oct 27-2011 Oath ceremony ... Journey ends here

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