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G-325A Gap in Beneficiaries residence?

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I'm planning on sending out the I-129F packet tomorrow as the evidence my fiancé sent has arrived today, although I'm thinking now we may be delayed a week :crying: The sample form here says not to have gaps on the G-325a but my fiancé lived in Australia for a year and after departing, spent a few months without having an actual address.

During this time she crashed with a friend in the U.K. for a week, vacationed in America for a few weeks and spent the rest of the time at her aunts house in the U.K. until she moved to her current address. There is no record of her living at her aunts or crashing with her friend, although there are stamps in her passport of her entrances into the U.S and U.K. The dates look like: 02/2013 to 02/2014 (AUS) and then 04/2014-Present (her UK Address).

All of this being said, should we have included an *See Attachment notice next to the Residence chart and have her sign a statement explaining the above? Or is it fine to leave as is? We didn't think it would be an issue, because if we changed the dates so there would be no gaps, it would be lying and that is NOT something either of us want to do.

Any thoughts are appreciated!


 K-1  (134 Days)

10/24/16 I-129F Received
10/27/16 NOA 1
11/28/16 NOA 2
12/16/16 NVC Case Number

01/04/17 Case Ready!
02/16/17 Medical Appointment
03/07/17 Interview- APPROVED!

05/25/17 PO

 

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If she never registered anything like a bank account to any of those addresses that were temporary then your best bet would be to do the additional sheet that explains the gap. If she did tell a bank that she had one of those addresses then that would qualify as an address she lived at. Jon had a similar situation when he moved back to England from Ireland and he slept on his sister's couch for about a month, but since he registered his bank account with that address, even though it was just a month it is best to tell them that address in that type of situation.


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If she never registered anything like a bank account to any of those addresses that were temporary then your best bet would be to do the additional sheet that explains the gap. If she did tell a bank that she had one of those addresses then that would qualify as an address she lived at. Jon had a similar situation when he moved back to England from Ireland and he slept on his sister's couch for about a month, but since he registered his bank account with that address, even though it was just a month it is best to tell them that address in that type of situation.

Thank you for your response! After her AUS address the next listed is the address that she currently lives at, so odds are a supplement sheet is what will be needed to explain the lack of residence. I will definitely check with her and see if a bank account was registered to either place during that time, so thank you for mentioning because I would not have thought of that!


 K-1  (134 Days)

10/24/16 I-129F Received
10/27/16 NOA 1
11/28/16 NOA 2
12/16/16 NVC Case Number

01/04/17 Case Ready!
02/16/17 Medical Appointment
03/07/17 Interview- APPROVED!

05/25/17 PO

 

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