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I-130 Native Language PDF Question

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This isn't about the form but more about the PDF form and inputting the language.

 

My spouses language is Khmer and I finally got the Khmer writing but I can't copy/paste into the form. It's a invalid font. I've tried adding the font to document but it doesn't allow me to.

 

How have others handled it from the PDF? I could clip the text and when I print a flat PDF I'll just paste it over top of the blank space in the document.

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You can simply print out the form when you are done with everything else, and write the Khmer characters by hand with pen.


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5 minutes ago, LilyJohansen said:

You can simply print out the form when you are done with everything else, and write the Khmer characters by hand with pen.

Possibly, but I don't trust some of their handwriting. Rather have it printed. I don't know what the USCIS does with it, if anything.

 

But you're right.

 

I've had a hell of a time, finding the actual address on the property document. And even that, what the translator gave me I don't trust.

 

For example I got an English address from our internet company which I can believe but the translator gave me a generic address listing with the general post office zip code which I know ours is different. I've tried to go from the English address(Internet company) to Khmer but it won't translate.

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3 minutes ago, ThePeck said:

Possibly, but I don't trust some of their handwriting. Rather have it printed. I don't know what the USCIS does with it, if anything.

 

But you're right.

 

I've had a hell of a time, finding the actual address on the property document. And even that, what the translator gave me I don't trust.

 

For example I got an English address from our internet company which I can believe but the translator gave me a generic address listing with the general post office zip code which I know ours is different. I've tried to go from the English address(Internet company) to Khmer but it won't translate.

Not sure what USCIS does with it exactly, but I can see your concern with that. I think there may be some PDF editors that are free online browser based that may let you input the Khmer characters, I used one to fill out/edit my form, but you may have to look around to find one that lets you put them in if the first couple don't. Hopefully there is one out there! I would think they should work, but you never know, but maybe try a couple of those, and if they don't work, then handwriting it may have to be.


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  • Waiting for: NOA2

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28 minutes ago, ThePeck said:

Possibly, but I don't trust some of their handwriting. Rather have it printed. I don't know what the USCIS does with it, if anything.

 

But you're right.

 

I've had a hell of a time, finding the actual address on the property document. And even that, what the translator gave me I don't trust.

 

For example I got an English address from our internet company which I can believe but the translator gave me a generic address listing with the general post office zip code which I know ours is different. I've tried to go from the English address(Internet company) to Khmer but it won't translate.

Print the characters on labels and cut and attach the pieces of label as needed.


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