I submitted I-130 for my dad & mom and it's already approved. Now I am filing for my sister. For this question: "Have you ever before filed a petition for any other alien? date of filing and result?" There is only one space and I already put my dad's information and that it is approved. Do I just leave my mom's information out? Or I can use the additional information page at the end of the form? Thank you.
I am switching the practice area to immigration so you can obtain the best response possible.
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Agreed with Mr. Koslow. This is an immigration matter.
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You will need to include your mother’s information by attaching an addendum to the FORM I- 130 or present the information in the additional information page of the FORM I-130.
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