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I-129F attachment sheet

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I have a question regarding the filling out of the I-129F:


When filling out my fiance's address, there is not enough room for the street number and name. I have made an attachment sheet referencing the correct part and item number, but should I leave the street name and number on the I-129F blank, or write in SEE ATTACHMENT?


Thank you so much.



06/26/2014 Met Online and Fell In Love

09/08/2014 Met In Person and Got Engaged

10/01/2014 Sent I-129F Packet to Dallas Lockbox

10/06/2014 NOA1

10/08/2014 Alien Registration Number Changed

10/10/2014 Hardcopy NOA1 Received

11/10/014 NOA2

11/15/2014 Hardcopy NOA2 Received

11/21/2014 USCIS Sent to NVC

12/03/2014 NVC Received Case

12/04/2014 Case Number Assigned

12/05/2014 Paid K-1 Visa Fee at BPI

12/08/2014 CEAC Status IN TRANSIT

12/10/2014 CEAC Status READY FOR INTERVIEW

12/15/2014 SLEC Medical Exam PASSED

12/16/2014 SLEC Immunizations

12/21/2014 Hardcopy NVC Letter Received (letter dated 12/10/2014)

01/05/2015 Embassy Interview PASSED

01/05/2015 CEAC Status READY OPEN CASE

01/09/2015 CEAC Status ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING

01/12/2015 CEAC Status ISSUED

01/15/2015 Visa delivered by 2GO

01/21/2015 CFO completed successfully

02/04/2014 POE San Francisco, CA

03/12/2015 Married in Syracuse NY

04/02/2015 Sent AOS packet to Chicago Lockbox

04/09/2015 AOS, EAD and AP NOA1

04/29/2015 Biometrics at USCIS office in Syracuse NY

06/20/2015 EAD and AP RFE

07/07/2015 EAD and AP approval

07/15/2015 EAD and AP combo card received

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