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Fiance address on I-129F

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I have a little issue with my fiances mailing address on the I-129F form. She just recently moved to Manila and the neighbers do not know her, so she must use C/O in the address.

Should I put 'see attached sheet "Address (number and street)" or will that confuse the person reviewing my petition?

Also, she lives in Metro Manila and the form asks for 'state or country'. Can I put Manila and just abbreviate Philippines as Phil? or again is that going to confuse the powers that be?

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I would do a second sheet of paper with notation and put complete address. The address gets more important later at interview time as that address will be used by 2GO, but that address will be done LATER.

City = Manila

State = Manila

Country = Philippines or PI

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I would do a second sheet of paper with notation and put complete address. The address gets more important later at interview time as that address will be used by 2GO, but that address will be done LATER.

City = Manila

State = Manila

Country = Philippines or PI

Thanks Hank, I'll use PI.

Actually I meant to say its her name that needs a C/O line. There is no room in the Name field for C/O...so in her name field should I put "see attached "name" instead of her name and them attach her name and C/O line to the next paper? hopefully I can finish this mess today..thanks a lot..

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I would do a second sheet of paper with notation and put complete address. The address gets more important later at interview time as that address will be used by 2GO, but that address will be done LATER.

City = Manila

State = Manila

Country = Philippines or PI

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