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8 hours ago, Cheschirecat said:

 

Hello again!  #ihatepaperwork

 

Does N/A or NONE need to be used for every blank space on ALL these wonder forms? 

 

 

Cheschirecat 

 

Same question here. I'm having a hard time knowing which questions are applicable to me but don't have an answer (so N/A shouldn't be used, apparently), and which ones should definitely have a NONE. 

 

5 hours ago, laufine said:

Leave them blank!

Can you actually do that?? I'm just in the process of filling out I-130, I-130a, I-485 and I thought you couldn't leave anything blank...? 

 

Sorry for not being of much help :(  

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1 hour ago, luisima said:

Same question here. I'm having a hard time knowing which questions are applicable to me but don't have an answer (so N/A shouldn't be used, apparently), and which ones should definitely have a NONE. 

 

Can you actually do that?? I'm just in the process of filling out I-130, I-130a, I-485 and I thought you couldn't leave anything blank...? 

 

Sorry for not being of much help :(  

Yes. Do this way or do your way! OP asked for answer. I give him/her the  answer. 

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Do not leave anything blank on these forms, you can use N/A if it does not apply to you. 


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17 hours ago, Cheschirecat said:

 

Hello again!  #ihatepaperwork

 

Does N/A or NONE need to be used for every blank space on ALL these wonder forms? 

 

 

Cheschirecat 

 

 

9 hours ago, luisima said:

Same question here. I'm having a hard time knowing which questions are applicable to me but don't have an answer (so N/A shouldn't be used, apparently), and which ones should definitely have a NONE. 

 

Can you actually do that?? I'm just in the process of filling out I-130, I-130a, I-485 and I thought you couldn't leave anything blank...? 

 

Sorry for not being of much help :(  

Use discretion guys. If you don't have an interpreter, put "N/A" in the first field (name) of that section and leave the rest blank. If you're filling out a section but some parts are not applicable, put N/A or None. I suggest you stick to one or the other for all forms, that is, don't mix and match "NA" and "None". 


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Posted (edited)
On 3/20/2019 at 9:38 AM, eckoin said:

 

Use discretion guys. If you don't have an interpreter, put "N/A" in the first field (name) of that section and leave the rest blank. If you're filling out a section but some parts are not applicable, put N/A or None. I suggest you stick to one or the other for all forms, that is, don't mix and match "NA" and "None". 

 

I was going to leave blank the first section "To be completed by an attorney or accredited representative (if any)"... After a while I've started to second guess everything and read too much into it. Oh well, I'll just use common sense and let it be.

Thank you!!

 

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