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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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Hello,

I am an US Citizen. My wife is an Indian Citizen. I am almost done with the I-130 packet. Have one final question. On G-325A form, I need to provide my wife's maiden name. Now, my wife doesn't have any family name (last name) listed on her current Indian Passport. But, on some other official Indian documents such as driver's license, marksheets/certificates from college/school, she does have a family name. So, on G-325A form, should I leave her maiden name as blank since there is none on her passport, or do I use the one she has used on other docs??

Any help would be highly appreciated.

Thanks!!

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Hello,

I am an US Citizen. My wife is an Indian Citizen. I am almost done with the I-130 packet. Have one final question. On G-325A form, I need to provide my wife's maiden name. Now, my wife doesn't have any family name (last name) listed on her current Indian Passport. But, on some other official Indian documents such as driver's license, marksheets/certificates from college/school, she does have a family name. So, on G-325A form, should I leave her maiden name as blank since there is none on her passport, or do I use the one she has used on other docs??

Any help would be highly appreciated.

Thanks!!

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SORRY ABOUT THAT LAST ONE... WELL i'M NO EXPERT BUT SHE REALLY SHOULD HAVE HER LAST NAME PRINTED ON HER PASSPORT. i SUGGEST YOU TELL HER TO APPLY FOR A NEW PASSPORT CITING THE ABSENCE OF FAMILY NAME....BY THE WAY, WHAT IS WRITTEN IN HER BIRTH CERTIFICATE?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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SORRY ABOUT THAT LAST ONE... WELL i'M NO EXPERT BUT SHE REALLY SHOULD HAVE HER LAST NAME PRINTED ON HER PASSPORT. i SUGGEST YOU TELL HER TO APPLY FOR A NEW PASSPORT CITING THE ABSENCE OF FAMILY NAME....BY THE WAY, WHAT IS WRITTEN IN HER BIRTH CERTIFICATE?

She will have her name changed in the Passport where she will adopt my last name. But for form G325-A, its asking her MAIDEN name, which is the last name that she used before wedding. But on her Indian passport, she does not have any last name. That's where the confusion is.

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It is probably best to put on the one she uses for the other documents if it is included on her birth certificate. It would probably confuse things more if it was left blank.


CR-1
07-01-2011 : Married

05-10-2012 : I-130 Mailed to London (DCF)
05-11-2012 : I-130 Delivered and signed for at Embassy
05-18-2012 : NOA1 Email
07-26-2012 : NOA2 (69 days)
07-28-2012 : NOA2 hard copy received
08-10-2012 : LND Case number received. Letter dated 08-07-2012
08-15-2012 : DS-230 and DS-2001 mailed to Embassy
08-23-2012 : Medical
09-14-2012 : Emailed Embassy and confirmed DS forms have finally been logged (After 29 days)
09-22-2012 : Interview letter received. Dated September 19th.
10-03-2012 : Interview - Approved!
NOA1 to Interview - 138 days.
10-10-2012 : Passport with Visa delivered two hours late at 8pm.
10-22-2012 : POE Philadelphia
11-15-2012 : Green Card received in mail
12-11-2012 : Went to the Social Security office to apply for SSN after it did not arrive.
12-15-2012 : SSN Arrived in 4 days.

05-09-2013 : Left USC Husband.
11-28-2013: Filed for divorce.

05-01-2014: Divorced

05-08-2014: Sent I-751 petition to VSC

05-13-2014: NOA1 (was not postmarked until 5/22/14 and received on 5/24/14)
06-18-2014: Biometrics in St. Albans, VT

11-21-2014: RFE. Received on 11/24/14.

01-22-2015: Interview notice mailed out. Received 1/26/15

02-12-2015: Interview in St Albans, VT - Approved during interview!

CRBA
08-16-2012 : CRBA in London for our daughter - Approved!
09-11-2012 : CRBA and Passport arrived.
09-25-2012 : SSN Arrived. Mailed from MD on 09-17-2012

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