On the I - 130 form it refers to " your relative " throughout the form but if you are the petitioner petitioning for your spouse is it synonymous with spouse ?
Yes, in part C of the I-130, the relative would refer to your spouse.
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Yes, in this instance the foreign national spouse is the "relative" the USC petitioner is filing for.
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It means the relative you are petitioning.
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