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Question about G325 form... sign now and add date later?

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I am still in Ecuador, been here almost 3 months but I have to go back to the states next week. I looked at the process and it seems like I need to take passport photos back with me and also have my fiancee fill out the G325 form. She will sign it and I will take it back with me but should the date on the form match the date on the rest of the forms? I plan on completing the application when I return and that might be 3 weeks or so. Does it matter what the date is on that form?

Thank you very much,

Wade

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Our dates were off slightly, as I saw it as falsification if you sign and date with the incorrect date. If they looked at my passport entries and saw that I returned to the US 2 weeks before sending off my package, and there is no way for the mail to arrive from Spain the same day it was mailed (if it had been mailed to me). I figured it was best to have different dates. We just signed everything the very last day before I flew home and then I filled out a couple of things a few days later when I returned and sent it off quickly. I think the dates only varied by 5 days or so. Nearly everything was complete before I left Spain the last time, except a few things I added from that trip after I got home.


07-17-2009 I-129F sent

07-22-2009 NOA1 date

07-24-2009 check cleared

07-30-2009 NOA1 received via snail mail

10-14-2009 NOA2 (we were around #187 on Igor's List)

12-30-2009 Interview in Madrid!

02-01-2010 Visa in Hand - finally!

03-08-2010 POE Orlando, FL

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Put the date when she signs it. The dates on our forms were off by about 6 weeks, because she signed them when I was there in May, and I sent the petition in July. My I-129f form was dated in July but the G-325A forms were dated for May. There were no problems whatsoever in my case.

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