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Other names Used of Fiance on I-129F? Question 7?

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Question 7 on I-129 f asks for "other names used" for my fiance.

My fiance has a different name on her birth certificate. Do I have to list every single name she has on all birth certificates, and ID cards from all countries she ever lived in?

About Question 16: If your fiances native alphabet uses other than Roman letters, write the name and address in the native alphabet:

Only my fiances name from her birth certificate is in a NON-Roman letters. CURRENTLY, her name and address are in Roman letters.

How should I answer this question? It seems like they will not even know about it if I don't tell them. She now has an official copy of her birth certificate in ROMAN letters.

Can I just skip this and say "N/A" for now? Will they later ask about her life in the NON-roman country, and delay or reject our application because of all that?

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When you answer N/A it either means it's not applicable, or info is not available. Your info IS available, and your info is relevant. And that way the embassy won't hae a hard time matching the name up with the one on her birth cert., and the background check is probably also not going to come up with anything unforseen. You ALWAYS use the legal name on any paperwork submitted to official agencies.

You go by the name that's in her passport or on original birth certificate. If that name has non-roman letters in. you type is in the box. If she has changed her name, she'll be required to show proof of legal name change a embassy stage.

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When you answer N/A it either means it's not applicable, or info is not available. Your info IS available, and your info is relevant. And that way the embassy won't hae a hard time matching the name up with the one on her birth cert., and the background check is probably also not going to come up with anything unforseen. You ALWAYS use the legal name on any paperwork submitted to official agencies.

You go by the name that's in her passport or on original birth certificate. If that name has non-roman letters in. you type is in the box. If she has changed her name, she'll be required to show proof of legal name change a embassy stage.

The above is very good information. Include all of your gals names...

A good example, my FBI report lists all of my "aliases."

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