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I-751 Part 8 Spouse Automatically Entered Who Signs

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PDF Editor was used for I-751 form entry.  In Part 8 the Spouse's Name appears automatically and is not input capable, therefore it appears it can't be changed to the Petitioner.  Then the question becomes Who Signs at 6a.  It would seem to be desirable for the Petitioner to sign here, but would that be wrong and does the signature have to be the same as the auto entered Spouse's name that was forced in by the PDF editor?  Thanks very much for responses.

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38 minutes ago, Larm said:

PDF Editor was used for I-751 form entry.  In Part 8 the Spouse's Name appears automatically and is not input capable, therefore it appears it can't be changed to the Petitioner.  Then the question becomes Who Signs at 6a.  It would seem to be desirable for the Petitioner to sign here, but would that be wrong and does the signature have to be the same as the auto entered Spouse's name that was forced in by the PDF editor?  Thanks very much for responses.

I-751 petitioner is the immigrant, not the spouse.

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For the Petitioner to sign is what we hoped for and what we will do.  But do I just leave the Spouse's name at the beginning of Part 8.  Where it say I (spouse name)?  I guess I don't have any choice but to leave it.  Any comments appreciated and thanks so much for those who are commenting.  

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9 minutes ago, Larm said:

For the Petitioner to sign is what we hoped for and what we will do.  But do I just leave the Spouse's name at the beginning of Part 8.  Where it say I (spouse name)?  I guess I don't have any choice but to leave it.  Any comments appreciated and thanks so much for those who are commenting.  

No. Part 7 is where the petitioner signs, part 8 is where the spouse signs.

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Petitioner signs in 7 and Spouse signs in part 8 is what the PDF editor seems to be directing the user to enter.  I was just taken back by all the wording was related to the biometrics in Part 8.  It seems what the form is implying in part 8 that if there are any questions that the Citizen Spouse can be required to supply biometric information as well.  Excuse me for my ignorance on this subject , but I'm guessing that OP means Original Petitioner.  Any further responses hugely appreciated.  

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