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Hello friends.
I have a question that looks forward to your suggestions.
I’m mailing my petition tomorrow but have a quick question before I send it off. 

Should I write the names of my partner and I on the back of our respective photographs?

Or should I leave them blank? The I-129F instructions say to write the names in pencil on the back but I just want to double check with those who have gone through this process already. 

Also, I read elsewhere that I need to include a copy of the beneficiary’s passport. Is this correct? I can’t find anything about it on the official website. 
Thank very much!

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G9!

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1 hour ago, Du Lich Viet said:

Hello friends.
I have a question that looks forward to your suggestions.
I’m mailing my petition tomorrow but have a quick question before I send it off. 

Should I write the names of my partner and I on the back of our respective photographs?

Or should I leave them blank? The I-129F instructions say to write the names in pencil on the back but I just want to double check with those who have gone through this process already. 

Also, I read elsewhere that I need to include a copy of the beneficiary’s passport. Is this correct? I can’t find anything about it on the official website. 
Thank very much!

author: du lich viet

Kindly follow the I-129f instructions as it would be in your own best interest..thanks 

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5 hours ago, Du Lich Viet said:

Hello friends.
I have a question that looks forward to your suggestions.
I’m mailing my petition tomorrow but have a quick question before I send it off. 

Should I write the names of my partner and I on the back of our respective photographs?

Or should I leave them blank? The I-129F instructions say to write the names in pencil on the back but I just want to double check with those who have gone through this process already. Follow the Form I-129F instructions, page 10.

Also, I read elsewhere that I need to include a copy of the beneficiary’s passport. Is this correct? I can’t find anything about it on the official website. The initial petition phase is about vetting of the petitioner and the submission of petitioner's information. The beneficiary's info will be submitted in the next phase of the process.
Thank very much!

author: du lich viet

https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-129finstr.pdf

 


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5 hours ago, Du Lich Viet said:

 I can’t find anything about it on the official website. 

There's your answer 

5 hours ago, Du Lich Viet said:

 I can’t find anything about it on the official website. 

There's your answer 


YMMV

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9 hours ago, Du Lich Viet said:

Hello friends.
I have a question that looks forward to your suggestions.
I’m mailing my petition tomorrow but have a quick question before I send it off. 

Should I write the names of my partner and I on the back of our respective photographs?

Or should I leave them blank? The I-129F instructions say to write the names in pencil on the back but I just want to double check with those who have gone through this process already. 

Also, I read elsewhere that I need to include a copy of the beneficiary’s passport. Is this correct? I can’t find anything about it on the official website. 
Thank very much!

author: du lich viet

https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-129finstr.pdf

 

here you go :)

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