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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ireland
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hi I'm new to all this so I'm sorry if I should be posting this somewhere else but I'm not too sure how to navigate this website.

 

my fiancé and I are filling out our form i-129f and I've come across question 37 and 38.

question 37 is a check the box on whether you have been to the US before. I checked yes as I visited Orlando in 2018.

question 38 says to fill out the following if the beneficiary is CURRENTLY in the US. however the USCIS instructions contradict this and say to include your I-94 if you've ever been in the US.

 

my question is do I fill out question 38's fields asking for I-94 number etc or do I leave it blank?

 

again I'm very sorry if this has been asked before or I'm posting this in the wrong place

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CURRENTLY is the key word.......Do not answer 38.a-38.h if you are not currently in the US.  These forms are literal in nature.  Good luck.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ireland
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17 minutes ago, Lucky Cat said:

CURRENTLY is the key word.......Do not answer 38.a-38.h if you are not currently in the US.  These forms are literal in nature.  Good luck.

Thank you so much , I have wrote N/A on that section but should I still include a copy of my I-94 in my visa packet ?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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1 hour ago, sb3570 said:

Thank you so much , I have wrote N/A on that section but should I still include a copy of my I-94 in my visa packet ?

Only if they are currently in the usa.   Again,  follow directions literally. 


YMMV

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