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Form OF 230 Biographic Data ref question 20

Old Dec 22nd 2001, 9:06 pm
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I am in process of filling this form in question 20 refers to residences since age 16. I have spent 22yrs 6mths in the Royal Air Force, can any expats advise me do I need to fill in every place i was posted to as well as the none RAF residences. Any help will be appreciated
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Old Dec 24th 2001, 10:28 pm
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I was told by the INS that I would be the last RAF Firefighter allowed into the US!

Seriously, I put on my form that I served throughout the UK with the Military, I
think what they are after is Police Certificates from other countries that you have
spent more than 6 months in.

How ever if you served in Belize it may be difficult if not impossible to get one
from there!

My name is Lee, the lads called me Elsie, and I spent 13 years in the RAF. Can't say
I remember any Brian's but you know how it is when you propping up the NAAFI Bar!

Now happily married living in Florida, the whole process only took me 6 months. from
the day I first filed paperwork based on my marriage to getting my 2 year Green Card.

If I can be of further assistance, E-mail me.

Happy Holidays,

Lee

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Old Dec 25th 2001, 7:32 pm
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by D & L
[B]I was told by the INS that I would be the last RAF Firefighter allowed into the US!

Seriously, I put on my form that I served throughout the UK with the Military, I
think what they are after is Police Certificates from other countries that you have
spent more than 6 months in.


Now happily married living in Florida, the whole process only took me 6 months. from
the day I first filed paperwork based on my marriage to getting my 2 year Green Card.

If I can be of further assistance, E-mail me.

Happy Holidays,

Lee

I appreciate your reply Lee, the form I was using as a template was from the embassy form list, have just received the full form from my Fiance and they have amended the residence question to 5 years so that gives me no problems. So will now go ahead and get it back to her fully filled in.
Best Wishes to You and Your Family in sunny Florida
Brian (in cold wet UK)
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