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In the G-235A application my fiance didn't put under the addresses he lived in the past 5 years that he went to vacation to Trinidad and stayed there for a couple of months. He forgot to put the address because he didn't live there. He only had a tourist visa.

Will this affect usss !!! ???? :crying:

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In the G-235A application my fiance didn't put under the addresses he lived in the past 5 years that he went to vacation to Trinidad and stayed there for a couple of months. He forgot to put the address because he didn't live there. He only had a tourist visa.

Will this affect usss !!! ???? :crying:

You answered your own question. "he did not put it in the addresses because he did not live there" If it was not his residence why would he list it as a residence?


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In the G-235A application my fiance didn't put under the addresses he lived in the past 5 years that he went to vacation to Trinidad and stayed there for a couple of months. He forgot to put the address because he didn't live there. He only had a tourist visa.

Will this affect usss !!! ???? :crying:

Well, i was thinking and since he stayed there for a couple of months i thought they would want him to put it. Even though, it was a tourist visa

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No, it won't affect your application. YES, its only tourist visa. yes.gif


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