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Which parts should i leave empty and which parts should I fill in with N/A or None? I know that the instructions say fill N/A unless instructed otherwise, but it's confusing sometimes. 

 

And the new form that was updated recently has more limitations for example I can't fill in "None" in a box that requires a numerical symbols, and I can't fill in N/A in other boxes that only accept alphabetical symbols..etc

 

Any help is appreciated, thank you!

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I electronically filled out the form with all the applicable sections and printed it.

 

I hand wrote in N/A in all the non-applicable sections since some sections couldn’t be filled in electronically.

 

I think everyone over thinks this.  The case officers are intelligent people so as long as the main part of something is N/A, they’ll know the rest of that section is N/A.  Example if I write N/A for the second address, then I don’t need to write N/A in each of the second address fields (city, state, etc).

 

My guess is their logic is to ensure the form was read in its entirety and nothing of importance was overlooked.  

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I don't know if they've updated the form directions, but in practice it seems to be okay to leave things blank if they're not applicable and the form won't let you fill them in (at least, we did, and were approved without any RFEs). Though do be careful to make sure you haven't missed any checkboxes that would enable data entry in other fields, and in my experience the logic that enabled/disabled fields and validated answers only worked properly in Acrobat Reader.


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On 3/4/2019 at 6:44 AM, Cryssiekins said:

I electronically filled out the form with all the applicable sections and printed it.

 

I hand wrote in N/A in all the non-applicable sections since some sections couldn’t be filled in electronically.

 

I think everyone over thinks this.  The case officers are intelligent people so as long as the main part of something is N/A, they’ll know the rest of that section is N/A.  Example if I write N/A for the second address, then I don’t need to write N/A in each of the second address fields (city, state, etc).

 

My guess is their logic is to ensure the form was read in its entirety and nothing of importance was overlooked.  

My employer name was to long so I ended up hand writing everything. Can I do everything electrically and then hand write in my employer to make it fit in the box?

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