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IMMIGRATION PETITION=I-130

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I'm a u.s.c and petitioning for my husband and filing form I-130 .

PART C asks for information for alien relative
17.List husband/wife and all children of your relative

Do i need to again fill the information about my husband after i filled it initially at start of Part C.

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No you do not need ot fill in his information again but oyu do need to list his children if he has any

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Thanks Atty Pollak for your valuable input. If, there are no children so should i leave it blank?

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Exactly.

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I agree with my colleagues.

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You the petitioner are his wife. Your info should be there. Do not leave blank.

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