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And I have more questions:

1. If I deliberately leave out a line and want to fill it out later, can I enter the information by ink, even though the rest of the petition is typed?

2.If I live in Thailand, do I insert my U.S. mailing address or my Thai address(I stay in the U.S. 2 months a year)?

3. Under Address History, which is my physical address and how does it differ from my mailing address?

4.Date of current marriage - is it the date we married?

5. If this is the first marriage for both of us,  the answer to "How many times have we been married?" is 1, correct?

6.Under Employment History, once I enter Unemployed(42), I can ignore items 43 thru 45, correct?

7. What does 51c  _Ste refer to?

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38 minutes ago, SonofBaraka said:

And I have more questions:

1. If I deliberately leave out a line and want to fill it out later, can I enter the information by ink, even though the rest of the petition is typed?

2.If I live in Thailand, do I insert my U.S. mailing address or my Thai address(I stay in the U.S. 2 months a year)?

3. Under Address History, which is my physical address and how does it differ from my mailing address?

4.Date of current marriage - is it the date we married?

5. If this is the first marriage for both of us,  the answer to "How many times have we been married?" is 1, correct?

6.Under Employment History, once I enter Unemployed(42), I can ignore items 43 thru 45, correct?

7. What does 51c  _Ste refer to?

1. yes

2. Enter the address where you are living on the date you file the petition.

3. You physical address is where you actually live.  A mailing address could be a PO Box or any address you get your mail, if it's different from your physical address.

4. Of course.

5. Of course

6. Yes

7. STE is an abbreviation for "Suite".


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7 hours ago, pushbrk said:

1. yes

2. Enter the address where you are living on the date you file the petition.

3. You physical address is where you actually live.  A mailing address could be a PO Box or any address you get your mail, if it's different from your physical address.

4. Of course.

5. Of course

6. Yes

7. STE is an abbreviation for "Suite".

Than ks! for saving me a lot of sturm and drang!

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