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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Jordan
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Hello Folks,

 

My mom is in the process of petitioning for my brothers to bring them to the US as LPRs, online. 
 

One of the requirements to submit is a document that shows the beneficiary’s name in native letters, in this case Arabic. But the requirement is also to submit a document showing the name in native letters and address. 
 

I know that the passport has this info but not the address though. 
 

Any idea which document I need to submit here? It’s confusing. 
 

also my mom’s parents’ date of birth is not known so is it okay that the petitioner’s parents’ date of birth would be left blank in the form?

 

I appreciate your responses on this

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Italy
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13 hours ago, Sammyd90 said:

Hello Folks,

 

My mom is in the process of petitioning for my brothers to bring them to the US as LPRs, online. 
 

One of the requirements to submit is a document that shows the beneficiary’s name in native letters, in this case Arabic. But the requirement is also to submit a document showing the name in native letters and address. 
 

I know that the passport has this info but not the address though. 
 

Any idea which document I need to submit here? It’s confusing. 
 

also my mom’s parents’ date of birth is not known so is it okay that the petitioner’s parents’ date of birth would be left blank in the form?

 

I appreciate your responses on this

If your mom is a US citizen or a Legal Perm Residence, then use the birth date shown on her passport, naturalization certificate, Green card, etc.

Name and address in native language can be included at the end of the form as supplemental/additional information. Any official Jordanian document showing name or address in Arabic would suffice. This may be birth certificate, police certificates, etc.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Jordan
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1 hour ago, qrk said:

If your mom is a US citizen or a Legal Perm Residence, then use the birth date shown on her passport, naturalization certificate, Green card, etc.

Name and address in native language can be included at the end of the form as supplemental/additional information. Any official Jordanian document showing name or address in Arabic would suffice. This may be birth certificate, police certificates, etc.

Thanks for the feedback!

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