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Beneficiary addresses on I 129 f

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Hi.

On form I 129 f are 4 requests for beneficiary address

Mailing address. 

Physical address

(These are the same and self explanatory)

Then there are

Beneficiary's address abroad

(I assume this applies when the beneficiary is currently living somewhere that is not the mailing address or physical address - ie. military personnel stationed in another country) . 

Lastly, is Beneficiary's name and address in his or her native to alphabet

(Native language is Hindi, but I never have problems with mail or deliveries when I use aforementioned mailing address )

I'm thinking the only two sections I need complete are the physical and the mailing addresses and that the last two do not apply.

I'm wondering if I'm interpreting this accurately.

Thanks

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7 minutes ago, JimAndKrish said:

Hi.

On form I 129 f are 4 requests for beneficiary address

Mailing address. 

Physical address

(These are the same and self explanatory)

Then there are

Beneficiary's address abroad

(I assume this applies when the beneficiary is currently living somewhere that is not the mailing address or physical address - ie. military personnel stationed in another country) . 

Lastly, is Beneficiary's name and address in his or her native to alphabet

(Native language is Hindi, but I never have problems with mail or deliveries when I use aforementioned mailing address )

I'm thinking the only two sections I need complete are the physical and the mailing addresses and that the last two do not apply.

I'm wondering if I'm interpreting this accurately.

Thanks

This is the address you will later put in native alphabet. It says like, mailing address, (physical) address history, physical address abroad and finally same in Hindi or whichever language you will use as native

PS: fill in all of them. They are all applicable (maybe except for history if the beneficiary has none)

Edited by HP+IC

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