The proper form to file for a fiancé visa is the I-129F. The instructions for the form do not list G-325A, which is no longer used
If you are not sure which forms to file, instead of relying on information on line, I suggest you have a consultation with an immigration attorney to ensure you are filing the proper paperwork and documentation. The fiancé process appears relatively easy, but there are multiple steps. After the I-129F is processed and approved, the consular process can be very confusing, with an electronic visa application and a lot more supporting documentation. Then when that is approved, and the marriage takes place within 90 days or arrival here, more forms and more documentation is filed to adjust status. It’s a lengthy process, made more lengthy when instructions aren’t followed to the letter. It really does help to work with someone who has experience with the process, because it’s a steep learning curve. Wishing you good luck.
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