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  • G-325A and I-130

    a firend of mine asked me...if a USC files for a spouse who is overseas, does the spouse have to sign the G-325A, or not? since the spouse is not available to sign, is G-325A necessary to include with I-130?
    Thanks

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    a firend of mine asked me...if a USC files for a spouse who is overseas, does the spouse have to sign the G-325A, or not? since the spouse is not available to sign, is G-325A necessary to include with I-130?
    Thanks

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    • #3
      Yes.. I brought mine over to the foreign country for spouse to sign. He/she needs to ship a couple over for the signature.

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      • #4
        thanks Julie...
        how about this: can the G-325A be included later on, maybe when spouse applies for AOS?

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        • #5
          I think it will generate an RFE if its not included, which will hold up everything. Global priority mail is only $5.00 for up to 4 lbs and supposed to be a 5 to 7 day delivery. Or the foreigner can download the forms from this site and ship them over by DHL. I think they should include everything thats requested on the application so it wont generate an RFE, which sort of throws the application to the bottom of the stack.

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          • #6
            the thing is spouse is in Cuba...USPS doesn't deliver there..DHL does and they charge a lot..my friend is already up to her neck in expenses related to this..she just hoped to save the money

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