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Which Forms Should My Spouse Mail To me

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We've sent in the I-130 and are awaiting the NOA1 receipt so we can send in the I29F. I'm having hubby mail me some more signed copies of the G325A to be sent in with the I129F. Since he's mailing things already I'm just wondering what other forms/items he should mail to me that would need to have his signature. I already have a signed but undated copy of the power of attorney document that allows his correspondence to come to me. Anything else I should have him send?

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By power of attorney document, you are referring to the DS-3032 for the NVC process once the I-130 has been approved? You could also have your spouse send you a signed DS-230 part 1 which will also be required at NVC stage for the CR-1 and any other documentation that may be required. That way you will have it all on hand ready to go. Check out the links in the pinned NVC Timesavers thread. You can find the link in my signature.

You also require a passport photo from your spouse for the I-129F, any prior marriage and divorce decrees etc, just as with the filing of the I-130.


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Hi,

We've sent in the I-130 and are awaiting the NOA1 receipt so we can send in the I29F. I'm having hubby mail me some more signed copies of the G325A to be sent in with the I129F. Since he's mailing things already I'm just wondering what other forms/items he should mail to me that would need to have his signature. I already have a signed but undated copy of the power of attorney document that allows his correspondence to come to me. Anything else I should have him send?

Thanks!

Thanks Aussiewench and yes I was referring to ds3032. I'll have him send me the ds230 pt 1 too.


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