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i-129f Beneficiary Child Custody and Residency Question

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Sorry if this is a repeated question, but I couldn't find a relevant thread in the search bar. 


I'm just starting the i-129f paperwork for my fiance to get her K-1 visa (she lives in Taiwan).

She is divorced and has a U.S. Born son, who is going to stay with her ex, his father, in Taiwan.


She has a document declaring she has custody, but the child splits the week staying with her and then his father.


In Part 2. Information About Your Beneficiary question 43-44.h, do I put that the child resides with her and list her address?

Or do I need to put the father's address as well and write 'no' in box 43?


Thanks for any help!


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For me being the child will be staying with the father and already has shared time with the father I check NO and would use the father's address for the child's residence.


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