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How to file i130a with i130 online

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I have filled i130 online for my spouse back in January. I can anytime see the whole application and form and I do not see any i-130a with i-130. Do we need to send i-130a paper format as well even if we have filled i-130 online? My spouse is in f1 category right now case f2a.

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12 minutes ago, Debchayan said:

I have filled i130 online for my spouse back in January. I can anytime see the whole application and form and I do not see any i-130a with i-130.

What did you select for the following question? "For whom are you filing this petition? Select the relationship the beneficiary has to you (e.g., if the beneficiary is your parent, select "Parent")."

 

When you select "Spouse" it says the following:

You selected you are petitioning for a spouse
You will need to upload the Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary (I-130A) as a part of the evidence for this application.
 

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Filed: Country: Bangladesh
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56 minutes ago, HRQX said:

What did you select for the following question? "For whom are you filing this petition? Select the relationship the beneficiary has to you (e.g., if the beneficiary is your parent, select "Parent")."

 

When you select "Spouse" it says the following:

You selected you are petitioning for a spouse
You will need to upload the Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary (I-130A) as a part of the evidence for this application.
 

Hey, Thank you for your response. It looks like I did select spouse and uploaded i130a file, just found it in the uploaded documents section. 

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