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Questions on filling out K! visa forms

Old Oct 13th 2002, 8:39 pm
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Default Questions on filling out K! visa forms

Hi,

I am in the process of filling out the I-129F and the G-325, and at the same time I am doing the DS-156 w/supplement and the DS-230. The trouble I'm having is that Form I-129F says to write N/A on items that do not apply but other people say use None. For questions such as, other names used, name of prior husband/wives, date of marriage, children on the I-129F form what do I use? Both of us have never been married.

Also, the G-325 asks similar questions, but in this case it says use NONE for Husband/Wife, Employment,etc? But what about other names used and file number?

The DS-230 agains says write N/A if not applicable but I remember reading where people say that if you write N/A instead of none, it comes back to you.

I know I'm probably being anal, but we really don't want this to come back to use requesting further info. Thank you in advance for your help. We appreciate it
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Old Oct 14th 2002, 12:38 am
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katnap8 wrote:
    > Hi,
    > I am in the process of filling out the I-129F and the G-325, and at the
    > same time I am doing the DS-156 w/supplement and the DS-230. The trouble
    > I'm having is that Form I-129F says to write N/A on items that do not
    > apply but other people say use None. For questions such as, other names
    > used, name of prior husband/wives, date of marriage, children on the
    > I-129F form what do I use? Both of us have never been married.
    > Also, the G-325 asks similar questions, but in this case it says use
    > NONE for Husband/Wife, Employment,etc? But what about other names used
    > and file number?
    > The DS-230 agains says write N/A if not applicable but I remember
    > reading where people say that if you write N/A instead of none, it comes
    > back to you.
    > I know I'm probably being anal, but we really don't want this to come
    > back to use requesting further info. Thank you in advance for your help.
    > We appreciate it
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com

The only thing I can say is: do what the form tells you to
do. That is what we did, and yes it is badly organized and
not consistent, but go with that. So: sometimes N/A,
sometimes None.

I really can not imagine they will get through all that
hassle sending you the stuff back, because they want to see
None instead of N/A.
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Old Oct 14th 2002, 1:20 am
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Originally posted by Steggy:
katnap8 wrote:
    > Hi,
    > I am in the process of filling out the I-129F and the G-325, and at the
    > same time I am doing the DS-156 w/supplement and the DS-230. The trouble
    > I'm having is that Form I-129F says to write N/A on items that do not
    > apply but other people say use None. For questions such as, other names
    > used, name of prior husband/wives, date of marriage, children on the
    > I-129F form what do I use? Both of us have never been married.
    > Also, the G-325 asks similar questions, but in this case it says use
    > NONE for Husband/Wife, Employment,etc? But what about other names used
    > and file number?
    > The DS-230 agains says write N/A if not applicable but I remember
    > reading where people say that if you write N/A instead of none, it comes
    > back to you.
    > I know I'm probably being anal, but we really don't want this to come
    > back to use requesting further info. Thank you in advance for your help.
    > We appreciate it
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com

The only thing I can say is: do what the form tells you to
do. That is what we did, and yes it is badly organized and
not consistent, but go with that. So: sometimes N/A,
sometimes None.

I really can not imagine they will get through all that
hassle sending you the stuff back, because they want to see
None instead of N/A.
--
steg
Well believe it or not..I got an NOA because they needed more evidence on my petition I-129F and I got a list (Attachment To I-797 form) for things I needed to send back to the INS..I have the copy here beside me as I write this..the first thing the INS asks for in the attachment is this:

"OMITTED ITEMS: Complete item(s) circled in red on the attached copy of the petition. If any item does not apply, please write "NONE". N/A is not an appropriate response."

so I highly recommend you write NONE instead of N/A or else you might get a little letter like i did to fix all the N/A's I had originally put on my I-129F..I always used "NONE" on every other form I've had to use since they sent me that letter..and its worked for me so far...we just had our Visa approved in Vancouver a few days ago

I hope this helped and good luck
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