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I cannot find any sample G-325A forms on the internet, where the information shows any details for "Date & Place" of former spouse marriage and divorce. I know the correct answers, but the spaces provided are too small. By the time the date in entered in the correct format (i.e. 00/00/0000), there is very little room for the location. Are they (USCIS) looking for whether the divorce was in or out of the United States, or what? How has anyone else been able to fill these spaces correctly? Do I abbreviate? Do they want city and state, or country? Thanks!

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I cannot find any sample G-325A forms on the internet, where the information shows any details for "Date & Place" of former spouse marriage and divorce. I know the correct answers, but the spaces provided are too small. By the time the date in entered in the correct format (i.e. 00/00/0000), there is very little room for the location. Are they (USCIS) looking for whether the divorce was in or out of the United States, or what? How has anyone else been able to fill these spaces correctly? Do I abbreviate? Do they want city and state, or country? Thanks!

Whatever I couldn't fit in the form by typing, I wrote by hand.

USCIS didn't have a problem with the fact that my G-325A was part typed, part hand written.

Good luck!


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I also found I did not have enough room on the form to fill in these details.

I wrote in the space provided "Please see G-325A supplement attached", and then I attached a separate sheet of paper that I wrote the details on and printed with the heading printed "G-325A Supplement, Question (whatever question number it is) - Former spouses". I also included my reference number from the consulate.

I included the name of my former spouse, the date of the marriage/divorce, and the city, state and country. I did not abbreviate anything because I had plenty of space to type it out in a word document on the computer to print up.

They did not have any issue when I submitted the forms at all. As long as you make a note on the form at that question to explain there's a supplement attached to your form and make sure it's clear on the supplement you type up what question it is, they shouldn't have a problem with it. US Consulate in Australia accepted mine submitted that way.

Hope that helps. Good luck :)

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I cannot find any sample G-325A forms on the internet, where the information shows any details for "Date & Place" of former spouse marriage and divorce. I know the correct answers, but the spaces provided are too small. By the time the date in entered in the correct format (i.e. 00/00/0000), there is very little room for the location. Are they (USCIS) looking for whether the divorce was in or out of the United States, or what? How has anyone else been able to fill these spaces correctly? Do I abbreviate? Do they want city and state, or country? Thanks!

Like the previous posters say, you should be able to write (see attached) in the official form, and attach a supplemental form. I made this one for you really quick (attached). If you have space issues with the other stuff, like the addresses, you can use the other attachment.

Form G-325A Address Supplemental1.doc

Form G-325A Address Supplemental.doc

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