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As we are done collecting all the evidence and now we are ready for G-325a form. We have few questions :

1. Current Husband or wife : That means my wife name who is USC and is processing the I-130 from US for me. Am i correct?
2. Applicants Residence for last 5 years : I have been living in same address since past 6 years. My address does not fits in one row so can i write in two row.
3. Applicants last address outside US : Same problem, it does not fits in one row. what do i do for that ?
4. Applicant Employer for last 5 years : I have been working with the same company since past 8 years. And the problem is the address and name of employer doesn't fits in one row. What do i do for that ?
5. As my native language is other than Roman. We use Devnagiri script (nepali script) as our native language. I dont know how to type that in computer. Can i write my name in Devnnagiri script (nepali script) using black pen.
6. As i dont have alien registration number. So shall i leave it blank or write NONE.
7. i dont have file number too. So shall i write NONE or Leave it blank
8. For my parents info, they are asking city and country of residence. My parents are dead. So what shall i do in that case?

I am so sorry guys. So sorry for asking so many questions. This visa thing is draining the energy and making us emotional. Dealing with all the paper work and dealing with emotion is too hard for us. My wife misses me so badly and i wish i had wings to fly to her. Well as i dont have wings, All i can do is fill the documents without any error so the visa process doesnt get delayed.

I look forward to hear from you guys. Thank you very much in advance.

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  1. Yes
  2. Write "see attached" and use a separate sheet of paper; be sure to reference the question you are answering on that separate sheet.
  3. Write "see above" in that section.
  4. See my answer for #2.
  5. It is possible to type that on the computer, this website explains how - http://fonthindi.blogspot.com/2014/01/how-to-enable-hindi-devnagari-inscript.html
    1. If you are still unable to type it on the computer, then yes, you can use a pen.
  6. Write "None"
  7. Same as #6
  8. Write "deceased" in those sections.

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September 2007: Met online via social networking site (MySpace); began exchanging messages.
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April 22, 2011: Mailed I-130 to Chicago
April 28, 2011: Received NOA1 via text/email, file routed to CSC (priority date April 25th)
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