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Form i-130A Page 3 from Part 4 box 1a and 2

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The instruction for the form says if the beneficiary is not in the US; then the beneficiary's signature can be left blank, but the petitioner would still complete the form. Would the petitioner select check box 1a and 2 on the beneficiary's behalf as he the petitioner has now assumed the "preparer" role of form i-130A on beneficiary's behalf as she is not in the US ? or leave it blank?

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No need for the US Citizen to indicate they are the preparer.  Otherwise, answer the questions truthfully, from the viewpoint of the beneficiary.  If the beneficiary is fluent in English, just check that box and move on.  If not, proceed with what IS true.


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12 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

No need for the US Citizen to indicate they are the preparer.  Otherwise, answer the questions truthfully, from the viewpoint of the beneficiary.  If the beneficiary is fluent in English, just check that box and move on.  If not, proceed with what IS true.

@pushbrk thank you...just to clarify answering from the point of the beneficiary would this still mean I leave the signing blank right?

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1 hour ago, Mrs Dudley said:

@pushbrk thank you...just to clarify answering from the point of the beneficiary would this still mean I leave the signing blank right?

Yes.  I mean if the beneficiary reads and understands English, check that box.  All questions should be the correct answer FROM the beneficiary.  YOU are just typist.


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7 hours ago, Mrs Dudley said:

@pushbrk Thank you for your help. I have one more question for the i-130A since the beneficiary is overseas and will not sign do we leave the date line under the signature line blank too?

Yes.  It is for the date of signature.  No signature, no date.


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