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Hello.

I have a question regarding signatures for the documents. My fiance has a first, middle, and two last names. As is fairly common in her country, according to her, her signature on everything is only her first and middle name. Could this possibly become an issue for anything? Her passport is also signed this way, so I was wondering if I should include a copy of her passport along with the G-325a for the purpose of showing her signature? She sent all of her documents to me this past week, which included copies of passport and other things as a just in case measure.

Beginning to assemble the giant paperwork pile, hoping to send by next weekend. The stress is mounting...

Thanks for any input!


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Hi,

It should not be an issue since a person's signature is their own and should remain unique to ONLY them. If the officer reviewing the paperwork thinks this is unacceptable, then he/she is just being unreasonable.


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People!! don't make things too complicated for yourself. Signage is "unique scribble" consisting of anything -Name, last name, middle name, bunch of letters, ANYTHING.

Just don't leave that Signature________________ line empty, put there anything and you are good to go


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Thanks for the replies on this, it is very helpful to have some reassurance.


I'm the Petitioner, she's the loud Dominican :rolleyes:

09/16/15 - I-129F mailed via USPS Priority Mail

09/18/15 - I-129F delivered to Dallas P.O. Box

09/24/15 - USCIS check cleared

09/24/15 - NOA1 E-Notification received

09/29/15 - NOA1 Hard copy received from CSC (dated 09/23/15)

10/23/15 - NOA2 E-Notification received

10/29/15 - NOA2 Hard copy received (dated 10/23/15)

11/05/15 - NVC Received case

11/24/15 - Consulate received

12/14/15 - Interview - Approved!!

12/15/15 - Administrative Processing

12/16/15 - Visa Issued

12/18/15 - Passport and Visa in hand!!!

12/20/15 - In U.S. - Point of Entry Newark, NJ, then to Chicago, IL

02/19/16 - Married!

waiting...

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