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Hi I'm filling out my form for my fiancee and I just have a few questions about some sections of the form (I read the instructions but I still want to make sure I fill it out correctly.) 

1. Since I have had a name change, do I need to attach proof of that or do I wait until the interview?
2. My father is deceased and the form asks "City/Country of Residence of parent" would I just write where he lived and write (deceased) as well?
3. What is a Certificate of Citizenship? I was born in the United States and I'm assuming it's a passport? It then asks for the certificate number which I'm not sure of. 
4. If my fiancee will be moving in September from her apartment to a new one, should i use a different address for mailing? For example, her familys house? 
5. There is a section that asks me to write my fiancees name and address in her native alphabet, I don't know what that means. She speaks persian and english so would I have to fill out that section in Persian? 
6. Since I filled out the form myself as the Petitioner, would I write "N/A" for the rest of the fields asking for the Interpreter and Preparer?

Thank you so much for any help you can give

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https://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide/ this will answer most of your questions!

 

1. you need to provide proof of name change in your I-129F submission.

3. passport or birth certificate

4. i would put her family's address to be on the safer side since she will be receiving mail later on!

6. we put N/A for the rest of the fields that weren't relevant to us.

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1. Yes, attach that. 

2. Put "Deceased"

3. Your birth certificate (if you were born in the US) would do, or your passport. 

4. Yes, use somewhere she can reliably get mail delivery like the family's house or a PO box if they have those in wherever she is. 

5. No, if her name can be written in a native language, they want to write that. For example, Michael Jackson in Arabic is مايكل جاكسون

6. Yes, put N/A

Edited by USS_Voyager

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2 hours ago, samcollins said:

5. There is a section that asks me to write my fiancees name and address in her native alphabet, I don't know what that means. She speaks persian and english so would I have to fill out that section in Persian? 

If her name is on her birth certificate written in a non-Roman alphabet, you answer the question with that.

 

In our case, Anastasia's Russian. Her name on her birth certificate is written in the Cyrillic alphabet. So she sent me an email with her name and address written in Cyrillic-text Russian, and I copied and pasted that into the appropriate boxes.

 

FWIW, I think the wording on the 'native alphabet' questions is misleading. What they want to know is if the official version of your fiance(e)'s name or address is in a non-Roman alphabet, because there are often lots of different translitterations if that's the case, so they want the authoritative version. But for a not too confusing example, if your fiance(e) were a British native living in Japan, their address in their native alphabet would of course be in the Roman alphabet (because their native language would be English)... but USCIS would still want the address in Japanese kanji.


K-1                             AOS
NOA1 Notice Date: 2018-05-31    NOA1 Notice Date: 2019-04-11
NOA2 Date: 2018-11-16           Biometrics Date: 2019-05-10
Arrived at NVC:  2018-12-03
Arrived in Moscow: 2018-12-28
Interview date: 2019-02-14
Visa issued: 2019-02-28
POE: 2019-03-11
Wedding: 2019-03-14

 

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