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Hi all,

 

As we prepare to file our AoS forms, we are wondering how often we really need to put N/A in. I know the instructions say that if something is not applicable write n/a, or if it's zero write none. What do I do in the following situations:

 

1. The form is being completed by me with no interpreter or preparer, do I need to write N/A on all these boxes?

2. If a question is yes or no only but is not applicable to me, do I write beside the question N/A?

3. Form I-765 Part 2 page 3/7 question 30 says " If you entered the eligibility (c)(8) in Item number 27, provide the information in items 30.a. - 30.g." If I never put c(8) into item #27 would I leave this blank or mark it as N/A? There are Yes or No questions, do I simply mark beside the question?

 

Just wondering at a high level how often I need to use N/A.


Thank you!

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2 hours ago, JasonS1 said:

Hi all,

 

As we prepare to file our AoS forms, we are wondering how often we really need to put N/A in. I know the instructions say that if something is not applicable write n/a, or if it's zero write none. What do I do in the following situations:

 

1. The form is being completed by me with no interpreter or preparer, do I need to write N/A on all these boxes?

2. If a question is yes or no only but is not applicable to me, do I write beside the question N/A?

3. Form I-765 Part 2 page 3/7 question 30 says " If you entered the eligibility (c)(8) in Item number 27, provide the information in items 30.a. - 30.g." If I never put c(8) into item #27 would I leave this blank or mark it as N/A? There are Yes or No questions, do I simply mark beside the question?

 

Just wondering at a high level how often I need to use N/A.


Thank you!

I was initially leaving several of these kinds of questions blank. Then I read a post here that gave me the idea of putting "N/A" in the first line and leaving the rest blank (for example, putting N/A in Preparer's Last Name and then leaving First Name, Middle Name blank; putting N/A in first line of Preparer's Address and leaving rest blank; etc). However, I read an article that said USCIS has been rejecting plenty of applications due to blank spaces and that they recommend putting N/A in every blank line... so I don't know anymore. It doesn't hurt to write N/A I guess.

 

I wouldn't put it next to "yes or no" questions though or places where it asks for SSN/A Number/etc.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Sweden
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I put N/A or none on all of fields that did not apply as I did not want to take any risks and it was all accepted without any issues! I did not put N/A next to any yes or no questions though.


AOS

08/25/2020 - Sent I-130, I-485, I-131 and I-765 to Chicago Lockbox using USPS

08/28/2020 - Package was received by USCIS

09/25/2020 - Debit Card was charged by USCIS

09/29/2020 - Recieved text notifications from USCIS with reciept numbers

10/01/2020 - Recieved rejected I-765 back

10/05/2020 - Recieved physical reciept notices in the mail

10/06/2020 - Sent I-765 to Chicago Lockbox using UPS

10/09/2020 - Package was recieved by USCIS

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Kenya
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I put N/A in every box in a section that did not apply. For example, 2nd or 3rd employers/addresses in the past 5-10 years where i only had 1.

 

Now if it was a box in a section where part of it applied, i left it blank. For example, having a first name and a last name, but no middle name. I would leave the middle name blank so they don't call me Max N/A Power.

 

Note that I submitted my application, but have not heard anything from them. So don't take my word as gospel truth from someone who has had a successful application. Wait for one of the OGs to reply to this


AOS

08/24/2020 - Sent Concurrent Filing for I-130 & I-485 (inc. I-765 & I-131) to Chicago Lockbox via FedEx

08/26/2020 - Application Received by USCIS

09/25/2020 - Debit Card charged by USCIS

09/28/2020 - Received I-797C Rejection Notice in the Mail (reason: outdated I-765 form)

09/29/2020 - Received Text Message Receipts (I-485, I-130, I-131)

10/05/2020 - Received Hard Copy Mail Receipts (NOA?) (I-485, I-130, I-131)

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