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i-134 Part 2-5. Beneficiary's Country of Citizenship or Nationality

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 I( beneficariy) was Canadian Permanent Resident with China's citizenship.  I got Canadian citizenship in Sep 2018. When my petitoner was filling 1-129F in April 2018, she put "China" in "Beneficiary's Country of Citizenship or Nationality". Now she is filing 1-134, what is supposed to put in Part 2-5. "Beneficiary's Country of Citizenship or Nationality"?

1."China"  

2."China and Canada"

3."Canada"??

I appreciate your advice. Thanks!!


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28 minutes ago, jackson6658 said:

 I( beneficariy) was Canadian Permanent Resident with China's citizenship.  I got Canadian citizenship in Sep 2018. When my petitoner was filling 1-129F in April 2018, she put "China" in "Beneficiary's Country of Citizenship or Nationality". Now she is filing 1-134, what is supposed to put in Part 2-5. "Beneficiary's Country of Citizenship or Nationality"?

1."China"  

2."China and Canada"

3."Canada"??

I appreciate your advice. Thanks!!

 

This response might help you:

 

https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/244721-i-129f-and-g-325a-and-dual-citizenship/?do=findComment&comment=4470072

 


“The fact that we are here and that I speak these words is an attempt to break that silence and bridge some
of those differences between us, for it is not difference which immobilizes us, but silence.
And there are so many silences to be broken.”

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29 minutes ago, lierre said:

Thank you so much for that! My decision will be puting both China and Canada there and then hand write note explianing what happened.

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The only time that you can normally obtain citizenship other than Chinese and keep your Chinese citizenship is when you were originally a national of Hong Kong or Macau?


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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