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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Sweden
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We are getting ready to send in the I-130 form this friday and the only thing we have left to do is the cover letter. My dad is a LPR. How do this example look? I (beneficary) did this. Are we missing some thing except the G1145 that we put over the cover letter. My dad has one previous wife before my mother and now has his current wife(USC), have I typed it out correctly? I hope any one has experienced the same as us and can help us. Im immigration from Sweden if that changed anything.

"John Doe

10012 37th DR NE

Seattle, Washington, 90000

x.doe@outook.com

USCIS
ATTN: I-130
PO Box 21700 Phoenix, AZ 85036

Dear Sir or Madam:

Please find enclosed my Form I-130 Petition for Alien Relative on behalf of son, Jonathan Doe.

Included are the following documents:

· Check in the amount of $420

· I-130 Petition for Alien Relative

· Copy of the alien registration receipt card (Petitioner)

· G-325A (Petitioner)

· Passport Style Photo (Petitioner)

· G-325A (Beneficiary)

· Passport Style Photo (Beneficiary)

· Copy of the alien registration receipt card (Petitioner)

Evidence of relationship between Petitioner and Beneficary:

· Copy of the child's birth certificate (Beneficary)

· Copy of the civil marriage certificate between Petitioner and the Beneficiarys mother

· Copy of the divorce decrees between Petitioner and the Beneficiarys mother

Evidence of marriage and divorce between Petitioner and and previous spouse:

· Copy of the civil marriage certificate between Petitioner and previous spouse

· Copy of the divorce decrees between Petitioner and the previous spouse

Evidence of marriage between Petitioner and his spouse:

· Copy of the civil marriage certificate between Petitioner and his US spouse.

Thank you very much for your attention to this matter.

Respectfully,

__________________________________

John Doe"

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You don't need G-325a. You need the passport copy (biographic page) from the petitioner and front & back copy of the petitioner's Green Card.

F2a Son of LPR (brother)

1-20-12-- Priority Date

6-11-13-Approval Date

09-06-13-Case Complete

09-07-13- Expedite Request @ NVC (approved)

09-30-13-Case left NVC building (per CSR)

10-02-13- Case "In Transit" (CEAC)

10-08-13-Case " Ready"-Embassy received files

10-14-13- Called Embassy to set-up Interview. email confirmation same day

10-16-13-Medical Done (1day)

10-29-13- Interview Date -APPROVED

10-29-13- VISA ISSUED( CEAC)

11-04-03- VISA ON HAND

xx-xx-xx- POE

Im the USC. Petioned Mom on 10/2010

Mom's POE- 11/2011

Mom petitioned my brother (F2a) and sister (F2b)-Jan2012
Next is Dad (IR5).~ Journey Never Ends~

K1-2005

AOS-2006

ROC-2008

Naturalization-2009-2010

IR5-2010-2011

F2a-(brother) 2012-2013

F2b-(sister) PD 1/2012

F4- (sister)

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Sweden
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You don't need G-325a. You need the passport copy (biographic page) from the petitioner and front & back copy of the petitioner's Green Card.

Are you sure that I dont need the G-325a because thats what we heard from a lawyer? Can I send it in just in case? Isnt the green card the same as the "Copy of the alien registration receipt card" or do I need both? Can you anything thats missing, and what do you think of the cover page?

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Are you sure that I dont need the G-325a because thats what we heard from a lawyer? Can I send it in just in case? Isnt the green card the same as the "Copy of the alien registration receipt card" or do I need both? Can you anything thats missing, and what do you think of the cover page?

G-325a is only needed for spouses. Yeah alien registration card/permanent resident card or GC whatever you call it.

How about you include a copy of petitioner's birth certificate?

F2a Son of LPR (brother)

1-20-12-- Priority Date

6-11-13-Approval Date

09-06-13-Case Complete

09-07-13- Expedite Request @ NVC (approved)

09-30-13-Case left NVC building (per CSR)

10-02-13- Case "In Transit" (CEAC)

10-08-13-Case " Ready"-Embassy received files

10-14-13- Called Embassy to set-up Interview. email confirmation same day

10-16-13-Medical Done (1day)

10-29-13- Interview Date -APPROVED

10-29-13- VISA ISSUED( CEAC)

11-04-03- VISA ON HAND

xx-xx-xx- POE

Im the USC. Petioned Mom on 10/2010

Mom's POE- 11/2011

Mom petitioned my brother (F2a) and sister (F2b)-Jan2012
Next is Dad (IR5).~ Journey Never Ends~

K1-2005

AOS-2006

ROC-2008

Naturalization-2009-2010

IR5-2010-2011

F2a-(brother) 2012-2013

F2b-(sister) PD 1/2012

F4- (sister)

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Sweden
Timeline

G-325a is only needed for spouses. Yeah alien registration card/permanent resident card or GC whatever you call it.

How about you include a copy of petitioner's birth certificate?

Yeah okey. Should I put in under the catagory "Evidence of relationship between Petitioner and Beneficary:"? Are their any other documents that you feel should be included? Like my dads US wifes old marriage certificate and divroces?

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