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Filed: Other Country: China

I have a friend who came to the US on an H-1B and was here for many years with his wife and son.

Mom and Dad are now LPRs and Son is just finishing up 2 years at a trade school on an F-1.

Son married his High School sweety a couple months back and they are going to file for his conditional GC.

After reading the guides and the I-130 instructions I have two questions (because I might have missed it):

Question 14 (I-130): This should be the date he arrived on his H-4?

Question 20 (I-130): This should be N/A?

Thanks in advance for any help and I won't get mad if you tell me I'm lazy and stupid.

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