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Iran Native Language Questions, Iranians and Signatures, I-129F

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I would especially like to hear from people with experience successfully receiving the K1 Visa with an Iranian Fiancé(e)

3 Questions,

1) I wasn't sure how to post this in a K1 Iran forum. Is that possible on this site?

Form I-129F

2) Question 31.a - 32.f

If your fiancé(e)'s native alphabet uses other than Roman
letters, write his or her name and address abroad in the
native alphabet.
G-325A & Letter of Intent to Marry
3) Should signatures be in Roman Alphabet/English or Persian only?
The form clearly states native. I always address her letters from the US to Iran using roman style letters/english.
I don't want to wait 3 weeks for a letter from Iran to US but I want to fill this out properly to avoid any delays.
* Will I need to have her fill this out (address, her name) and mail it to me?
The mail between our countries is slow and hasn't always been reliable.
*Does she sign the Letter of intent to Marry? If so does she use Roman Alphabet/English or Persian only?


(The form clearly states native. I always address her letters and packages using roman style/english.
I don't want to wait 3 weeks for an international letter but I want to fill this out properly to avoid any delays)

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question 2. beneficiary's name must be in native alphabet in that question

If you are unsure about the letters of intent draft in both English and native language. Good luck!

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When the forms ask for Native Language, also use the native language, for the signatures, it does not matter as long it is consistent. My wife always signed her name on all immigration forms using Roman alphabet. I have never asked her, but as elaborate as her signature is, I am sure she has been using it for a long time.

For her address, I had her email the address in farsi, then I carefully copied it into the forms. We did occasionally mail things back and forth, but most of the time we knew enough people traveling back and forth from Iran to the US and vis versa to enable us to exchange documents this way as well.

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