when my husband (green card holder) filing out his own G-325A form for I-130 petition for me, his parents' information:
he doesn't know or there has no documents showing his father's birthday, should he put down 'unknown' for that?
Also, his father died when my husband was young, how to fill out for the question 'city and country of residence' for his father? should he put down the city his father used to reside when he was alive? Or 'Deceased on...Date'?
My husband only knows the year of his mother's birthday, but when type down only the year, it automatically shows 01/01/1950, should he fill out the rest of the form, print it out and hand write only the year for his mother's birthday?
Do not use the USCIS 'autofil' feature for the pdf forms.
Put what you know, city of residence would be something like: deceased 1999
As for not having any documents about his dad .... there should be some information on his birth certificate.
Consider hiring a lawyer, your case isn't all that 'simple', nor is it straight-forward.
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I agree with my colleague.
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