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Hello all,
When my foreign spouse filled out her N-400 application for U.S. citizenship, there's a question asking her about children. I have children from a previous marriage so they are considered my current foreign spouse's step children correct? The problem is, I do not know the address or details of one of the children that's over 18 years of age but the application asks for the address. Should my spouse leave it blank or write unknown. Anyone else run into this? 
Thanks so much!


Oct. 2009 - Met on Facebook(I found her through a friend)

July 2010 - Married

Oct. 2010 - Filed I-130 with USCIS

Nov. 2010 - Official permission to reside in Indonesia (KITAS)

Jan. 2011 - Medical Exam and Vaccinations completed

Jan. 2011 - Cancelled I-130

Jan. 2011 - Filed DCF (Direct Consular Filing)

Jan. 2011 - I-130 Approved

Jan. 2011 - Rec. (packet 3)instructions

Jan. 2011 - Gathering Documents

Feb. 2011 - Emailed Embassy

Feb. 2011 - Interview Date Sent

APPROVED!!

POE Atlanta

Took 32 days from the filing of the petition to getting visa

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