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hello,

 

I am helping my grandma filling the form I-912 fee waiver for N-400.  She is and her spouse are around 75 years old and retired. I am stuck with Part 3 Item 1 which is,

Part 3. Applications and Petitions for Which You are Requesting a Fee Waiver. My grandma is only one apply for N-400 and requesting a I-912 fee waiver, but her husband is in the same household with her. Should I put her husband's name on this Part 3 Item 1 as well?

 

The reason I am asking is because on Part 7 where at "Family Members' Signatures", it states, "all family members identified in Part 3 must sign and date Form I-912", which I must list her husband on this part.

 

link to the form... https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-912.pdf

 

Thank you,

Andy

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