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We filed an i130 back in October and recieved a letter from USCIS stating two parts were left blank. 

Part 4 -item 5. Other names used. 

I have never used another name and as the question states "if any" I left it blank. 

I understand now that I should have entered 'not applicable'  

 

Is there a template letter for responding? I know we need to add an affidavit statement but I'm unsure exactly how the response should be framed. Can I basically state. 

"Part 4 - item 5 - Not Applicable"?

 

Thanks in advance. 

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13 hours ago, Simon412 said:

We filed an i130 back in October and recieved a letter from USCIS stating two parts were left blank. 

Part 4 -item 5. Other names used. 

I have never used another name and as the question states "if any" I left it blank. 

I understand now that I should have entered 'not applicable'  

 

Is there a template letter for responding? I know we need to add an affidavit statement but I'm unsure exactly how the response should be framed. Can I basically state. 

"Part 4 - item 5 - Not Applicable"?

 

Thanks in advance. 

 

You can make a photocopy of the letter they sent (for your records) then include their original letter with your response back. That is the typical process when those who apply in the US get a request for evidence. It assures they get your response in the correct file because your identifying information is on their letter, right?

 

You can also fill out a new form I-130 correctly and send it in with the copy of their letter. You don't have to write them a personal letter. If you wish, you can add a short cover letter saying you have provided a replacement I-130 with the requested corrections.

I don't understand what you mean by an affidavit statement. 

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55 minutes ago, Wuozopo said:

 

You can make a photocopy of the letter they sent (for your records) then include their original letter with your response back. That is the typical process when those who apply in the US get a request for evidence. It assures they get your response in the correct file because your identifying information is on their letter, right?

 

You can also fill out a new form I-130 correctly and send it in with the copy of their letter. You don't have to write them a personal letter. If you wish, you can add a short cover letter saying you have provided a replacement I-130 with the requested corrections.

I don't understand what you mean by an affidavit statement. 

Hi Wuozopo,

 

I have attached the letter, I cannot see any reference number.

 

I am planning on writing a letter which states 'not applicable' to both questions, frankly I understood the 'if any' part of the question as meaning if not applicable then write nothing.

USCIS Letter 12.01.18_Redacted.pdf

 

It does state in red at the bottom to not submit a new i-130.

 

Rather than a letter, should I cut and past the relevant sections on the i-130?

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