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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Belarus
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I have a few questions about the filing of the initial petiton. I have read the guide lines several times and still cant seem to find an answer. One question is in regard to Question 16.."If your fiancees native alphabet uses other than Roman letters, write his or her name and address abroad in the native alphabet." If I don't know the Russian alphabet and can't write in cyrillic what are my options?

The second question is about the G-325. Do I just need mine and hers to send or 4 copies each?

Lastly..Do all initial petitions for I-129F get sent to Dallas or does where I live determine this? It seems I have read both a few times but maybe I am confusing different parts of the process. Any help would be greatly appreciated....gary


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Filed: Country: Mexico
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I have a few questions about the filing of the initial petiton. I have read the guide lines several times and still cant seem to find an answer. One question is in regard to Question 16.."If your fiancees native alphabet uses other than Roman letters, write his or her name and address abroad in the native alphabet." If I don't know the Russian alphabet and can't write in cyrillic what are my options?

The second question is about the G-325. Do I just need mine and hers to send or 4 copies each?

Lastly..Do all initial petitions for I-129F get sent to Dallas or does where I live determine this? It seems I have read both a few times but maybe I am confusing different parts of the process. Any help would be greatly appreciated....gary

I do not know the answer to your first question.

For the G-325A, just one each for you and your fiancee. Make sure they have original signatures and are not copies. The same with the letters of intent.

They are all sent to the Dallas Lockbox address listed in the I-129F form instructions.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Belarus
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I do not know the answer to your first question.

For the G-325A, just one each for you and your fiancee. Make sure they have original signatures and are not copies. The same with the letters of intent.

They are all sent to the Dallas Lockbox address listed in the I-129F form instructions.

Thank you..I was pretty sure of the answers but wanted to make sure. I will read on and hope to get help with the first answer and maybe ask in the Russian regional section.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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Thank you..I was pretty sure of the answers but wanted to make sure. I will read on and hope to get help with the first answer and maybe ask in the Russian regional section.

You have a couple of options Gary, but both depend on your fiancé having a computer. The easiest is to have your fiancé email you her information in Cyrillic and copy/paste then print it out. The other is to let her fill it out, scan it and email it to you.

I hope this helps!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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I have a few questions about the filing of the initial petiton. I have read the guide lines several times and still cant seem to find an answer. One question is in regard to Question 16.."If your fiancees native alphabet uses other than Roman letters, write his or her name and address abroad in the native alphabet." If I don't know the Russian alphabet and can't write in cyrillic what are my options?

The second question is about the G-325. Do I just need mine and hers to send or 4 copies each?

Lastly..Do all initial petitions for I-129F get sent to Dallas or does where I live determine this? It seems I have read both a few times but maybe I am confusing different parts of the process. Any help would be greatly appreciated....gary

Ask your fiancee to write it out for you.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Belarus
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You have a couple of options Gary, but both depend on your fiancé having a computer. The easiest is to have your fiancé email you her information in Cyrillic and copy/paste then print it out. The other is to let her fill it out, scan it and email it to you.

I hope this helps!!

Actually I already have her information in Cyrillic but never considered copy and paste haha. She is going to have to send me her passport type pictures, g325 and letter of intent with signature so maybe I could just let her download it, print it then send it via mail.....thank you very much......gary


OUR K-1 JOURNEYMET ONLINE 2011MET IN BELARUS 2012SHE SAID YES!! 2012NOA1 06/22/2012WENT TO GREECE TOGETHER 08/01/2012VISITED HER IN BELARUS 11/07/2012NOA2 VIA EMAIL 12/05/2012EMBASSY INTERVIEW 02/13/2013VISA ISSUED 02/14/2013ARRIVED IN THE U.S. 02/26/2013MARRIED 03/16/2013AOS,EAD,AP FIled 04/02/2013NOA1 04/10/2013Biometrics completed 05/07/2013EAD card sent for production 06/13/2013EAD/AP card arrived in mail. 06/21/2013AOS approved 10/21/2013Green card arrived via mail 10/31/2013Removal of conditions mailed 08/04/2015 10 year card approved 06/08/2016 <p>

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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Actually I already have her information in Cyrillic but never considered copy and paste haha. She is going to have to send me her passport type pictures, g325 and letter of intent with signature so maybe I could just let her download it, print it then send it via mail.....thank you very much......gary

Anytime!!! Glad to help!!!

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