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She needs to fill out the G325a and sign it. You will also need a passport type photo of her that will be less than 30 days old when you file.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Congrats.

For the USCIS stage, G325a is something you need her signature on. So make sure you get that signed. And passport pictures.

You won't need anything else from her until you get to the NVC stage, a few months down the road.

Something else that I did, and I think it helped me considerably was the following:

I got my spouse's name change on all her documents: NIC, Passport

I also used this opportunity to change her residential address to my residence in Pakistan.

This will help you down the road when proving strong marital ties.


11/04/11 Got Married

USCIS:

12/28/11 - I-130 Sent

12/30/11 - NOA1 Received

06/08/12 - NOA2 Received

NVC:

07/02/12 - Case arrived at NVC

07/12/12 - Received case #, IIN, and BIN, gave e-mail addresses

07/13/12 - E-mailed DS-3032 from Beneficiary's e-mail address

07/23/12 - AOS bill invoiced & PAID

07/24/12 - DS-3032 accepted, IV bill invoiced & PAID

07/25/12 - AOS bill appears as PAID, IV bill appears as PAID, AOS Package sent, IV Package sent

07/26/12 - AOS and IV Packages delivered to NVC

08/01/12 - AOS/I-864 accepted, Checklist Issued for DS-230

08/13/12 - Responded to Checklist

08/20/12 - IV accepted, Case Complete

09/14/12 - Interview date Assigned (Interview Date: 10/04/12)

Medical/US Consulate/POE:

09/21/12 - Medical

10/04/12 - Interview (Approved!)

10/08/12 - Visa received

11/02/12 - POE (Chicago, IL)

11/25/12 - Received Permanent Resident Card

11/26/12 - Applied for SSN at SSA Office

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Filed: Other Country: Pakistan
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Congrats.

For the USCIS stage, G325a is something you need her signature on. So make sure you get that signed. And passport pictures.

You won't need anything else from her until you get to the NVC stage, a few months down the road.

Something else that I did, and I think it helped me considerably was the following:

I got my spouse's name change on all her documents: NIC, Passport

I also used this opportunity to change her residential address to my residence in Pakistan.

This will help you down the road when proving strong marital ties.

Thank you brother, Now when you say you changed your address from hers to yours. Do you live in United States or in Pakistan. I don't have a permanent address in Pakistan

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