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Erin2019

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About Erin2019

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  • Member # 326593
  • Location Paramaribo, Suriname

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  • Gender
    Female
  • State
    Florida

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Country
    Suriname
  • Our Story
    I met my fiance in a funny place. Peter and I met each other through fan voice acting project for the manga, Tokyo Ghoul. That's not a typical place to find romance, nor is it really that much of a romance story. Nevertheless, I remember falling in love with the sound of his voice when we first started rehearsing together. Almost three years later, he proposed :)

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  1. Hi everyone, Time for me to file the I-751 and I've been stuck on something. I've read some posts where people relayed that others got rejected for leaving spaces blank and that the safest bet is to just write N/A in every box that doesn't apply to you. However, I'm overthinking things and now I'm iffy on 3 sections: 1) PAGE 1: Do I leave the attorney space on page 1 (right above part 1 on page 1) blank since it says "START HERE" right underneath it? 2) PAGE 1: Do I write N/A in every box on OTHER NAMES used? 3) PAGE 11 : Do I fill out my name and A-number but write N/A for the rest if I'm not using it? What it comes down to for me is that I'm using N/A on everything (children, preparer, interpreter) that doesn't apply to me already, so I'm worried that if I leave something blank that the USCIS officer will see it as me having missed something and then rejecting my application based on some blank spaces (other names blank, attorney blank, page 11 blank) on a form with several N/As. It sounds ridiculous when I type it out but....
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