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Hi,

So I'm busy completing all the forms and evidence needed for the petiton and then I'll be sending it to my fiance in the U.S and he'll send them on from there but I have a few questions I hope someone could just help me with;

1. If a question is none or n/a should I leave it blank or fill it with none or n/a? The instruction sheet on the USCIS website says the leave the space blank but I've read people have had forms returned because they wanted none or n/a filled in?

2. The question asking if you've been to the U.S before, I have but I'm not currently there. Should I still fill in the information for my passport? for the last time I visited. It was earlier this year,

3. Since I'm completing the forms and signing my parts here in the U.K then sending them for my fiance to sign and finish in the U.S should I put the date in advance for the same day he will sign or date mine for the day I sign then his will be a few days later when he signs?

Any help is appreciated! :)


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Hi,

So I'm busy completing all the forms and evidence needed for the petiton and then I'll be sending it to my fiance in the U.S and he'll send them on from there but I have a few questions I hope someone could just help me with;

1. If a question is none or n/a should I leave it blank or fill it with none or n/a? The instruction sheet on the USCIS website says the leave the space blank but I've read people have had forms returned because they wanted none or n/a filled in?

2. The question asking if you've been to the U.S before, I have but I'm not currently there. Should I still fill in the information for my passport? for the last time I visited. It was earlier this year,

3. Since I'm completing the forms and signing my parts here in the U.K then sending them for my fiance to sign and finish in the U.S should I put the date in advance for the same day he will sign or date mine for the day I sign then his will be a few days later when he signs?

Any help is appreciated! :)

1. All immigration forms used to say don't leave anything blank so maybe some old habits are still being used. They changed...something to do with the barcodes they generate now I think. Follow the USCIS instructions for each form. I-129F says leave it blank if no answer. Other forms may say different. Go with the real instructions each time.

2. Are you talking about the question that says "if your fiancé is currently in the US, complete the following"?

If you are not currently in the US, then skip 15 a b c d etc. The "if" part of the question rules you out from going any further with #15.

3. They don't have to have the same date. You could do his with a future date. You could save the file and email it as an attachment and let him add the date and print/sign his forms. Then they would be on 8.5x11 paper instead of A4. The petition is his to complete, not yours, so US sized paper wouldn't be a bad thing.


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K-1 Timeline 4 months, 19 days 03-10-08 VSC to 7-29-08 Interview London

10-05-08 Married

AOS Timeline 5 months, 14 days 10-9-08 to 3-23-09 No interview

Removing Conditions Timeline 5 months, 20 days12-27-10 to 06-10-11 No interview

Citizenship Timeline 3 months, 26 days 12-31-11 Dallas to 4-26-12 Interview Houston

05-16-12 Oath ceremony

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4 years, 2 months, 6 days

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For the G325a there is one section (I believe it is the previous spouses section) that says "if none so state" in which case you would write "none" if that is the answer.

For everything else, if the question/answer does not apply, you leave it blank.

For the i-129f there is an instruction PDF on the same webpage as the form itself, read this carefully, I am pretty certain it states on there to leave items blank if not applicable, but read through to confirm.

I believe cases where people have received RFE's are in relation to my first comment regarding the G325a

Good luck! :)

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Immigration Timeline

 

June 2013: Met whilst working at a summer camp in Michigan 

K1

November 1st 2014: I-129f submitted for K1 visa

February 24th 2015: Visa in hand!

February 26th 2015: POE at Las Vegas airport, then onwards to Oregon! 

March 6th 2015: Marriage (with a "real" wedding to follow next year on 7/6/2016)

March 9th 2015: AOS, EAD & AP submitted

September 22nd 2015: Interview

January 14th 2016: Two year Green card received -phew!

ROC

August 8th 2017: 90 day window begins! ROC time!

September 28th 2017: Biometric Appointment in Portland, OR

March 5th 2018: Case received by local office

August 18th 2018: 18 month extension letter mailed

N400

August 8th 2018: Window opens to submit naturalization application

August 13th 2018: N400 Application submitted online :dance:

August 14th 2018: NOA1

September 6th 2018: Biometrics

 

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