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Dear All,

Can anyone help us to fill the G325A form. I am confused at 2 points:

1) Applicants last address outside US of more than 1 year. " For my husband, as he is Pakistani and we are living in Saudi Arabia, what i should mention"

2) at the end of the form they have asked about the Alien Registration number. "How can i get this Registration number."

Also if anyone have good suggestions please let us know.

Regards,

Sana & Shakil

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Dear All,

Can anyone help us to fill the G325A form. I am confused at 2 points:

1) Applicants last address outside US of more than 1 year. " For my husband, as he is Pakistani and we are living in Saudi Arabia, what i should mention"

2) at the end of the form they have asked about the Alien Registration number. "How can i get this Registration number."

Also if anyone have good suggestions please let us know.

Regards,

Sana & Shakil

Is the G-325A you're asking questions about for the petitioner or beneficiary?

For petitioner:

1). If the petitioner has lived in Saudi Arabia for more than a year, then the petitioner would put the address in Saudi Arabia. If it hasn't been a year in Saudi Arabia (and hasn't lived in any other countries except the US), then the petitioner would put 'none' for this question.

2). If the petitioner is a natural-born citizen (born in the US), then they won't have an alien registration number. The only case the petitioner would have an A# is if they themselves immigrated to the US (such is the case for LPRs or naturalized citizens).

For beneficiary:

1). If the beneficiary has lived in Saudi Arabia for more than a year, then the beneficiary would put the address in Saudi Arabia. If it hasn't been a year in Saudi Arabia, then they would put the latest address in Pakistan that was over a year.

2). In most cases, the beneficiary doesn't have an A# yet at this point. If the beneficiary had a previous US visa or had dealing with US border officers, then it's possible.

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Is the G-325A you're asking questions about for the petitioner or beneficiary?

For petitioner:

1). If the petitioner has lived in Saudi Arabia for more than a year, then the petitioner would put the address in Saudi Arabia. If it hasn't been a year in Saudi Arabia (and hasn't lived in any other countries except the US), then the petitioner would put 'none' for this question.

2). If the petitioner is a natural-born citizen (born in the US), then they won't have an alien registration number. The only case the petitioner would have an A# is if they themselves immigrated to the US (such is the case for LPRs or naturalized citizens).

For beneficiary:

1). If the beneficiary has lived in Saudi Arabia for more than a year, then the beneficiary would put the address in Saudi Arabia. If it hasn't been a year in Saudi Arabia, then they would put the latest address in Pakistan that was over a year.

2). In most cases, the beneficiary doesn't have an A# yet at this point. If the beneficiary had a previous US visa or had dealing with US border officers, then it's possible.

Thanks a lot for your help. It is very helpful

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Thanks a lot for your help. It is very helpful

You're welcome ^_^

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Hello, everyone!

I would like to add some questions of my own to this thread in hopes of having some assistance with the G-325A, Biographic Information form.

"Signature of Applicant"

If the native alphabet is not English/Roman, should the applicant's signature be in the native alphabet or English? (Khmer/Cambodia coming to USA)

I know in the next space the name must be written in the native alphabet, but the signature above?

"Applicant: Print your name and Alien Registration Number in the box outlined by heavy border below."

Can this be typed as with the majority of the form?

Or, because it does say "Print your name", should it be printed by hand (and in English)?

Thank you in advance!

And bless everyone in VisaJourney for being so wonderful and helpful.


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Filed: Other Country: China
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Hello, everyone!

I would like to add some questions of my own to this thread in hopes of having some assistance with the G-325A, Biographic Information form.

"Signature of Applicant"

If the native alphabet is not English/Roman, should the applicant's signature be in the native alphabet or English? (Khmer/Cambodia coming to USA)

I know in the next space the name must be written in the native alphabet, but the signature above?

"Applicant: Print your name and Alien Registration Number in the box outlined by heavy border below."

Can this be typed as with the majority of the form?

Or, because it does say "Print your name", should it be printed by hand (and in English)?

Thank you in advance!

And bless everyone in VisaJourney for being so wonderful and helpful.

The signature need not even be legible to anyone, so any alphabet is OK. My wife signed everything in Chinese until she arrived in the USA. She then learned to use the Roman Alphabet to sign her name. If your spouse can do it either way now, I suggest using the Roman alphabet but it really doesn't matter.

Yes, you can type in the black boxes instead of filling by hand.


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