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Please help. I am filling out the I-129F.

Does my fiance need to list his children on question 13 on part B of the I-129F ? They are all under 21 years of age . However, none of them will plan to accompany my fiance to the US, they will stay in Norway to live with their mother.

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Filed: Country: Canada
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It does ask for the names of the children, so I assume it is meant to be filled out if applicable.

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All children should be included regardless if they are remaining in their home country or not.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
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I guess he should list them all here. Later on in the process he will have to fill out forms about how many persons (kids) will accompany him to the States and that's where he should put "none".

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yes, you have to

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April 7th - Met for the first time online

June 23rd - Met in person in Mexico for 11 days

July 21st - Returned to Mexico for 4 days

August 3rd - I-129F Sent to

August 5th - Receives I-129F

August 12th - NOA1 Notice Date from CSC

August 17th - NOA1 Received from CSC

August 19th - Check Cashed by CSC

October 13th - NOA2 Approved! (email)

October 17th - NOA2 Approved! (snail mail)

October 24th - Received and Approved! (snail mail)

October 31st - US Consulate CDJ Received

January 05th - Received Packet 3

January 11th - Packet 3 completed

January 19th - Interview Approved Hey!!!

February 07th - Arrived in the USA!!!

February 08th - Married!!!

March 31st - AOS, AP, EAD sent!

April 3rd - AOS, AP, EAD received!

April 6th - NOA 1 received!

April 27th - Biometrics Appointment!

May 3rd - AOS, EAD Touched

June 19th - AP Approved!

June 21st - EAD Approved!

October 24th - AOS Interview!

August 25th - I-751 sent!

August 28th - Delivered!

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