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Hi

We are about to submit the petition. I had to do the attachements for the G-325a as we run out of room for residance and employement.

So my question is should I add this in the cover letter???? like below or just add the attachement behind the forms and don't state in the cover letter??

- G-325A and passport style photo (Petitioner)

- G-325A Supplement Attachment for question about applicant’s residence last 5 years (Petitioner)

- G-325A Supplement Attachment for question about applicant’s employement last 5 years (Petitioner)

- G-325A and passport style photo (Beneficiary)

Please, help. thanks

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K1 Timeline 5.5 MONTHS

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1-129F Filed: 05-29-2015

NOA 1: 06-05-2015

NOA 2: 07-23-2018

NVC Received: 08-20-2015

NVC Left: 05-25-2015

Consulate Received: 05-28-2015

Packet 3 Received: 09-04-2015

Packet 3 Sent: 09-05-2015

Medical Interview: 09-09-2015

Packet 4 Received: 09-25-2015

Interview Date: 10-16-2015

Visa Received: 10-16-2015

US Entry: 11-14-2015

 

AOS Timeline 9.5 MONTHS

Spoiler

AOS Filed: 01-13-2016
AOS Package delivered: 01-19-2016 (Day 1)
NOA1 TEXT/EMAIL: 01-25-2016 (Day 7)
NOA1 Hard Copy: 01-29-2016 (Day 11)
Biometrics Letter: 02-08-2016 (Day 21)
Biometrics appointment: 02-16-2016 (Day 29)

EAD Approved: 03-30-2016 (Day 71)

AP Approved: 03-31-2016 (Day 72)

EAD 'Card mailed' update: 04-04-2016 (Day 76)

EAD/AP Combo card received: 04/06/2016 (Day 78)

AOS Interview Notice: 09-09-2016

AOS Interview: 10-12-2016

AOS Approval: 10-12-2016

AOS Card Mailed: 10-17-2016

 

ROC Timeline

ROC Filed: 08-25-2018

ROC Package delivered: 08-28-2018 (Day 1)

Check cashed:

NOA1:

 

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What you put in the cover letter does not matter. Your petition would do as well with no cover letter. Seriously. So it's down to your personal preference. I would pick the least cluttered and wordy version--

add the attachement behind the forms and don't state in the cover letter


England.gifENGLAND ---

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

The journey from Fiancé to US citizenship:

4 years, 2 months, 6 days

243 pages of forms/documents submitted

No RFEs

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ok thanks!

my another question to the last 5 years of residency..

so my fiance had seasonal jobs all the time so he would be moving from state to state, so we included all that different places that he lived for as also the time when he was the student.

these were not his permament addresses but that where he lived, so that should be included?? correct?

when it comes to me

I came to us for 6 months and I was at my fiance's parents house living for 2 months (to get to know them) and then with him for 4 months in the other state. I was on the visitor visa. I have included all that places on my g-325 a form so there is no gaps in times. I just want to make sure this is ok or it should be only permament address (but then big gaps in times)

Edited by noini89

K1 Timeline 5.5 MONTHS

Spoiler

1-129F Filed: 05-29-2015

NOA 1: 06-05-2015

NOA 2: 07-23-2018

NVC Received: 08-20-2015

NVC Left: 05-25-2015

Consulate Received: 05-28-2015

Packet 3 Received: 09-04-2015

Packet 3 Sent: 09-05-2015

Medical Interview: 09-09-2015

Packet 4 Received: 09-25-2015

Interview Date: 10-16-2015

Visa Received: 10-16-2015

US Entry: 11-14-2015

 

AOS Timeline 9.5 MONTHS

Spoiler

AOS Filed: 01-13-2016
AOS Package delivered: 01-19-2016 (Day 1)
NOA1 TEXT/EMAIL: 01-25-2016 (Day 7)
NOA1 Hard Copy: 01-29-2016 (Day 11)
Biometrics Letter: 02-08-2016 (Day 21)
Biometrics appointment: 02-16-2016 (Day 29)

EAD Approved: 03-30-2016 (Day 71)

AP Approved: 03-31-2016 (Day 72)

EAD 'Card mailed' update: 04-04-2016 (Day 76)

EAD/AP Combo card received: 04/06/2016 (Day 78)

AOS Interview Notice: 09-09-2016

AOS Interview: 10-12-2016

AOS Approval: 10-12-2016

AOS Card Mailed: 10-17-2016

 

ROC Timeline

ROC Filed: 08-25-2018

ROC Package delivered: 08-28-2018 (Day 1)

Check cashed:

NOA1:

 

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The purpose of this kind of biographic information can be background checks and security. If at some point your fiancé John Smith's name was "hit" for a known criminal or terrorist suspect, they might want to see that your John Smith has a different age, or different parent names, or never lived in Omaha. To be as complete as possible, listing those places is giving full disclosure.

For yourself, you were more of a tourist. If you maintained your same address before and after your US visit then there wouldn't actually be any gaps. Example--if you lived with your parents from 2014 to present, and took a long holiday in the middle, I can't see a gap. I wouldn't list every hotel from my summer driving around Europe as my "residence". But since your visit was long, if you want to list the two places as a full disclosure, maybe you could clarify some like--

111 Apple Ln. Birmingham United Kingdom [dates]

(Tourist visa) 222 Peach St. Houston Texas USA [dates]

(Tourist visa) 333 Banana Ave. Golden. Colorado USA [dates]

444 Pear St., London United Kingdom

Or B2 visa is shorter if the space is too short.. That way it is clear how you say you had residence in the US as a foreigner. That is only an idea of a way to present your information. Sometimes the forms don't perfectly fit your situation and a tiny clarification like that is fine. In the end, you are signing off that you completed the form to the best of your ability. I don't think they can fault you either way. Do what seems most logical to you and "the best of your ability".


England.gifENGLAND ---

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

The journey from Fiancé to US citizenship:

4 years, 2 months, 6 days

243 pages of forms/documents submitted

No RFEs

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Thank you!

See that's the thing. We are honest and we don't have anything to hide. If I was there for few months on the tourist visa to meet his family I feel like I should say that in the form. what is more, we have all the flights itineraries etc. so if you look at all paperwork it all makes pereceft sense with dates and places. so I think I will do as you susges with small notes (tourist visa, internship visa etc.)

i just hope there won't be any issues with approving the pettion. on the interview everything can be more clarified and explained


K1 Timeline 5.5 MONTHS

Spoiler

1-129F Filed: 05-29-2015

NOA 1: 06-05-2015

NOA 2: 07-23-2018

NVC Received: 08-20-2015

NVC Left: 05-25-2015

Consulate Received: 05-28-2015

Packet 3 Received: 09-04-2015

Packet 3 Sent: 09-05-2015

Medical Interview: 09-09-2015

Packet 4 Received: 09-25-2015

Interview Date: 10-16-2015

Visa Received: 10-16-2015

US Entry: 11-14-2015

 

AOS Timeline 9.5 MONTHS

Spoiler

AOS Filed: 01-13-2016
AOS Package delivered: 01-19-2016 (Day 1)
NOA1 TEXT/EMAIL: 01-25-2016 (Day 7)
NOA1 Hard Copy: 01-29-2016 (Day 11)
Biometrics Letter: 02-08-2016 (Day 21)
Biometrics appointment: 02-16-2016 (Day 29)

EAD Approved: 03-30-2016 (Day 71)

AP Approved: 03-31-2016 (Day 72)

EAD 'Card mailed' update: 04-04-2016 (Day 76)

EAD/AP Combo card received: 04/06/2016 (Day 78)

AOS Interview Notice: 09-09-2016

AOS Interview: 10-12-2016

AOS Approval: 10-12-2016

AOS Card Mailed: 10-17-2016

 

ROC Timeline

ROC Filed: 08-25-2018

ROC Package delivered: 08-28-2018 (Day 1)

Check cashed:

NOA1:

 

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