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  • Help with G-325A Biographical Information Forms?

    I just printed off the G-325A forms and there seems to be 4 pages to the form and they all need to be submitted, but they are all exactly the same form, do I have to fill in the same thing 4 times?

    It might sound a silly question, but I want to do everything correctly!

    thanks

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    I just printed off the G-325A forms and there seems to be 4 pages to the form and they all need to be submitted, but they are all exactly the same form, do I have to fill in the same thing 4 times?

    It might sound a silly question, but I want to do everything correctly!

    thanks

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    • #3
      do it as the fillable form then you fill out one of them , it prints it out 4 times all you have to do then is sign it and date it

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      • #4
        Thankyou for your response,

        When you say, do it as the fillable form, do you mean fill them out on the computer via the Acrobat Reader prior to printout?

        I just want to make sure im doing everything correctly, so there's no delays in the processing.

        Thanks again.

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        • #5
          Do it with Acrobat Reader if you can, though you don't have to. It's just so much quicker, neater and business like in my opinion.

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          • #6
            JON
            yes been there done that , now having to do it again lol, most are pdf forms anyway including the 129f makes it clearer to type it in than to write it in

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            • #7
              Each of the four pages has a different number on the bottom, so each has to be filled out. I thought I could do one and make three photocopies. Nope, the numbers on the bottom mess that up.

              Download the forms from VISAPRO.COM, do the first page, the other three pages fill in from the info on the first. Easy! VISAPRO.COM also has fillable versions of forms that aren't fillable from the BCIS website. Just make sure any forms you do from a website other than BCIS are up to date with BCIS's forms.

              If you are having trouble filling in the form with Acrobat Reader, (eg. too many letters to fill a space) download Adobe Acrobat 5.0 or higher from Kazaa.

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              • #8
                VisaPro.com looks like great site, I've just glanced at it so far but I'm wondering why I haven't come across it in my previous searches! We're still trying to decide whether to do k1 or get married and do k3. Any input from anyone?

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                • #9
                  Dammit, I never noticed that the pages of the G-325A were numbered, of course logically they should be, but I was so stressed out trying to get it all correct I never noticed! Oh well, I guess I'll be hearing from BCIS to do them over again. #%*@ happens!

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                  • #10
                    Just another point,

                    With the main I-130 & I-129F forms im assuming that you only need to file the last 2 pages that are filled in and not the pages of instructions?

                    It might be obvious, but im so anxious to get it all right straight off!

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                    • #11
                      The questions keep coming! lol

                      With the photos that are required with the applications, are standard passport size ones ok, and a 3/4 frontal view with the right side of the face showing. Does that mean just turning your head to the right, or a full right sided picture?

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                      • #12
                        The pics need to show one ear and both your eyes (not a full side shot). I think they have to be 1 1/2x 1 1/2 if I remember right.

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                        • #13
                          No pics are needed with the G-325A.

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                          • #14
                            Jon,

                            Check BCIS site how you should take the picture. They call it ADIT picture. I got confused the first time I heard about this kind of pictures. Go to the place where they know how to do it.

                            Jo answered you question about the form right, so good luck .

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                            • #15
                              The size of ADIT pics are specific, some people have had there's returned being precise, even an 1/8 inch out. When we had ours done the actual facial view (not complete pic) was 1/8 inch too small (I actually measured it)! and I argued with the photographer about it, he even had the immigration specs sheet on the wall, he said mine would pass as he's never had any complaints. I haven't heard anything back from BCIS about them, maybe they passed. We had ours done at the place that does the ID pics for my husband's work. I think most passport photo places do BCIS pics too, take the spec sheet with you.

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