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hello guys..im currently filling up an I-131 form to go along with my wife's AOS package..this is very confusing..

Part 1 #3 (class of admssion)

Part 2 A-F..which one to choose?

Part 3..i don't have a specific date for my wife to leave the US but im including this into her package for a "just in case" basis..

please help guys..thanks..

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hello guys..im currently filling up an I-131 form to go along with my wife's AOS package..this is very confusing..

Part 1 #3 (class of admssion)

Part 2 A-F..which one to choose?

Part 3..i don't have a specific date for my wife to leave the US but im including this into her package for a "just in case" basis..

please help guys..thanks..

Part 1 #3: K-1

Part 2: d.

Part 3: Put Unknown for #1 and #2, then skip to Part 7 and check the box for 'More than one trip'

When filling out the forms, it is always a handy, good idea to check out the example forms here on VJ. This is the example form for the I-131, it answers your first 2 questions: http://www.visajourney.com/examples/INS-Form-I-131.pdf


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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im also preparing an I-131 for my stepson, 10 years old..do I need to fill up Part 9..or I can just leave blank???

It looks as though Part 9 is for a lawyer or some other type of visa/immigration preparer because it asks for 'Firm Name and Address'. If your son can sign his own name just fine, then let him sign it and leave Part 9 blank.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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im also preparing an I-131 for my stepson, 10 years old..do I need to fill up Part 9..or I can just leave blank???

No you can leave Part 9 blank. Your stepson's parent can sign the form on his behalf because he is under 14. The parent should sign his/her own name but then write "Parent of [stepson]". If you do it this way, include proof of the parent's relationship like a birth certificate (unless you're already sending that in with an I-130)

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