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Question 15 on I-129F - Quick Clarification needed

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Hi folks!

Question 15 on the I-129f asks if the beneficiary has ever been in the US. Obviously, the answer is yes.

The form then says "If your fiancé is currently in the US, complete the following"...

My question is, if the beneficiary is not currently in the US, should I still fill out 15e, g, and h? These parts of the question ask for passport number, country of issuance, and expiry date, respectively.

I'm asking because there is no separate question for passport information of the beneficiary and I wouldn't want to leave it blank if they need that info.

Thanks!

Rachel


AOS

August 26, 2014: NOA1

September 16, 2014: RFE for further evidence of Joint Sponsor's current income

September 24, 2014: RFE response recieved

September 24, 2014: Biometrics taken At Detroit, MI

September 25, 2014: Status changed to "Request For Evidence Response Review"

October 9, 2014: I 485 changed to "Testing and Interview"

October 9, 2014: EAD changed to "Card/Document Production"

October 9, 2014: AP changed to "Post Decision Activity"

October 18, 2014: EAD and AP arrive in the mail!

October 23, 2014: Got a Job! - My very first American job! Yay!

January 14, 2015: AOS interview

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Ah, it's answered right there.

Thanks! Should've checked before posting.

:D


AOS

August 26, 2014: NOA1

September 16, 2014: RFE for further evidence of Joint Sponsor's current income

September 24, 2014: RFE response recieved

September 24, 2014: Biometrics taken At Detroit, MI

September 25, 2014: Status changed to "Request For Evidence Response Review"

October 9, 2014: I 485 changed to "Testing and Interview"

October 9, 2014: EAD changed to "Card/Document Production"

October 9, 2014: AP changed to "Post Decision Activity"

October 18, 2014: EAD and AP arrive in the mail!

October 23, 2014: Got a Job! - My very first American job! Yay!

January 14, 2015: AOS interview

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