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I-129f (Part 2. 49.a. through 50.f.) - Name and Address in Native Alphabet

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Hello Everyone!

 

This is my first post here and I am definitely new to this process but I'm pretty good with paperwork so I think so far we're getting everything filled out correctly. With that said my question is about the I-129f specifically Part 2 Sections 49.a. through 50.f. (Your Beneficiary's Name and Address in His or Her Native Alphabet). The heading on this section tells me that I need to write in Korean for this section. I feel confident that I could do that, but according to the I-129f Instructions Page 2 (Toward the bottom) >  Translations.  If you submit a document with information in a foreign language, you must also submit a full English translation.  The translator must sign a certification that the English language translation is complete and accurate, and that he or she is competent to translate from the foreign language into English.  The certification should also include the date, the translator’s signature and printed name, and may contain the translator’s contact information.

 

We already gave the official english translation of her address in Part 2 section 11.a. through 11.i. Ultimately I just want to know is 49-50 just there to force me to consult a translator or is this section somehow exempt from the translations section of the general instructions?

 

Thank you so much for your response.

 

P.S. I have one friend that was married abroad and one other friend that went through the same K-1 process that I'm going through and both of them referred me to this site so THANK YOU FOR HELPING US :)

 

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The bit about a translation certification refers to official documents you may include, not really the address in the native alphabet. 

 

In my K1, we just wrote in the address in my fiance's native alphabet where it asked - no trouble from USCIS. 


I-129F Sent: 12/29/17

I-129F NOA 1: 1/4/18

I-129F NOA 2: 7/9/18

NVC Received: 7/18/18

Consulate Received: 8/9/18

Packet 3 Received: 8/13/18

Interview Date: 9/20/18

Interview Result: Administrative Processing

 

*Visitor's visa interview: December 2016, called back by embassy for second interview on same visa application in January 2019 - visitor's visa finally issued May 2019.

 

*Fiance visa placed in administrative processing September 2018. 

 

*Beneficiary's Country: Norway via Iran.

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6 minutes ago, Cam C. said:

Hello Everyone!

 

This is my first post here and I am definitely new to this process but I'm pretty good with paperwork so I think so far we're getting everything filled out correctly. With that said my question is about the I-129f specifically Part 2 Sections 49.a. through 50.f. (Your Beneficiary's Name and Address in His or Her Native Alphabet). The heading on this section tells me that I need to write in Korean for this section. I feel confident that I could do that, but according to the I-129f Instructions Page 2 (Toward the bottom) >  Translations.  If you submit a document with information in a foreign language, you must also submit a full English translation.  The translator must sign a certification that the English language translation is complete and accurate, and that he or she is competent to translate from the foreign language into English.  The certification should also include the date, the translator’s signature and printed name, and may contain the translator’s contact information.

 

We already gave the official english translation of her address in Part 2 section 11.a. through 11.i. Ultimately I just want to know is 49-50 just there to force me to consult a translator or is this section somehow exempt from the translations section of the general instructions?

 

Thank you so much for your response.

 

P.S. I have one friend that was married abroad and one other friend that went through the same K-1 process that I'm going through and both of them referred me to this site so THANK YOU FOR HELPING US :)

 

You do not need a translator certification for the I-129f ......don't overthink the forms.


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You guys are amazing thank you so much. 10 views and 2 solid replies in 8 minutes that's incredible. And @missileman thank you for the advice about not overthinking it but when it comes to forms like this I get really anxious and read into them like crazy. This has helped though for sure.

 

Thanks and I wish you a pleasant journey!

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Thanx for asking this!  I was going to ask about this section as well.  Does the native alphabet have to be in her hand writing, or can I find a Thai person living here to fill it out for me?  Otherwise it seems my only option is to mail it my fiancee in Thailand so she can fill it out then mail it back.

 

Thank you!

 

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56 minutes ago, RGR108 said:

Thanx for asking this!  I was going to ask about this section as well.  Does the native alphabet have to be in her hand writing, or can I find a Thai person living here to fill it out for me?  Otherwise it seems my only option is to mail it my fiancee in Thailand so she can fill it out then mail it back.

 

Thank you!

 

Anyone who can write it properly can fill it in, doesn’t have to be your fiancé. 


I-129F Sent: 12/29/17

I-129F NOA 1: 1/4/18

I-129F NOA 2: 7/9/18

NVC Received: 7/18/18

Consulate Received: 8/9/18

Packet 3 Received: 8/13/18

Interview Date: 9/20/18

Interview Result: Administrative Processing

 

*Visitor's visa interview: December 2016, called back by embassy for second interview on same visa application in January 2019 - visitor's visa finally issued May 2019.

 

*Fiance visa placed in administrative processing September 2018. 

 

*Beneficiary's Country: Norway via Iran.

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1 hour ago, RGR108 said:

Thanx for asking this!  I was going to ask about this section as well.  Does the native alphabet have to be in her hand writing, or can I find a Thai person living here to fill it out for me?  Otherwise it seems my only option is to mail it my fiancee in Thailand so she can fill it out then mail it back.

 

Thank you!

 

You can copy and paste if you want.  It does not have to be hand-written at all.


"The immigration process demands a great deal of knowledge, planning, time, patience, and money.  A deficit in any of these areas can spell heartbreak."

   -GB, "old man of much life experience"

 

      :idea:MSC (National Benefits Center) I-751 filers- Please add your data :idea:                          https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Id1duRRByZHJmhEzl9N25GqwzcnUyLCR4e4N9W6zGLg/edit#gid=0

 

Retired 20 year United States Air Force Missileer (Retired E-8)

Retired Registered Nurse with practice in Labor/Delivery, Home Health, Adolescent Psych, Adult Psych

Retired IT Professional, Software Developer, Database Manager

 

 

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