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Those of you who have filled out the interactive version of the I-129F know that, depending upon your answers, the form will only allow certain characters to be uses in certain areas of the form.  They do this by highlighting certain areas of the form that still need to be completed based upon your previous answers.  This is (I guess) suppose to save us the trouble of deciding which areas we can ignore.  That's all well & good but it conflicts with the written instructions for the form which state that many (maybe all) of the blanks need to have "NA" or NONE" inserted.  I'm wondering if this is really an issue because, obviously, it will need to be done manually.

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I used the interactive 129F. I did not put one N/A on the form. No RFE...At least not for that))))


Not a newbie but lost my old info years ago) I have been through this process before --all the way through naturalization-- This site has always been a great help to me. 

 

 

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I did put N/A in the square boxes and NONE in the other, got approved.

 

I thought I saw somewhere in the instruction it says to put that down which is why I did it.


K-1 Visa process
Sent packet: August 10, 2018

USCIS Received package: August 14, 2018
Notification in text/email: August 17, 2018
Mail received from USCIS: January 22, 2019
USCIS Approved I-129F Petition: January 17, 2019

NVC Received Case: February 14, 2019

NVC Case # Assigned: February 14, 2019

US Embassy Received: Not sure but got email reply - March 11, 2019
Instructions Received via e-mail: March 19, 2019

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4 hours ago, ram1009 said:

Those of you who have filled out the interactive version of the I-129F know that, depending upon your answers, the form will only allow certain characters to be uses in certain areas of the form.  They do this by highlighting certain areas of the form that still need to be completed based upon your previous answers.  This is (I guess) suppose to save us the trouble of deciding which areas we can ignore.  That's all well & good but it conflicts with the written instructions for the form which state that many (maybe all) of the blanks need to have "NA" or NONE" inserted.  I'm wondering if this is really an issue because, obviously, it will need to be done manually.

Follow the instructions which state that every field need to be filled out. When you can't do it digital do it by hand.

We filled out our I-129F (2017) digital and I just filled out the parts that I couldn't do on the computer by hand.

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