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Questions about Form I-129F
« on: April 01, 2019, 07:03:12 pm »
Hi everyone,

I have viewed so many posts in this forum and am finally in the place where I need some direct advice! My SO and I just got engaged, so time to start with the paperwork! I know that the general recommendation on the site is to marry in DR and file that way, but for many reasons we have decided to go the fiance route.  I'm hoping to get some help for specific lines of the I-129F form that are confusing me.  Any advice is appreciated - I want to get this filed!

1. If employment, address, etc. is through present, do you list the date that you are ready to file, or do you leave blank?  I noticed that the only time "Present" populates is for my current address.  Other than that, the form only allows numbers. This is an issue for my employer's name as well, as it has a number in it, and the box only allows letters.  For that, I figured I would use the additional information section.

2. My SO currently lives at the resort where he works.  His only other address is his sister's house, where he stays when he has his off days (6 days/month) and it is in a remote spot.  He says that she never gets mail. We are listing that as his mailing address anyway.  For his "physical address 1" and "physical address abroad," which seem to be the same thing, do you think we should just list the resort?

3.  My SO doesn't have much of a relationship with his parents.  He was raised by his sister, who isn't really his sister at all but a family friend.  He is going to try to find out where they were born and their current addresses, but if he isn't able to, any suggestions about that?

Thanks in advance!

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Questions about Form I-129F
« on: April 01, 2019, 07:03:12 pm »


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