I got an Request for Initial Evidence requesting that I submit a completed and signed copy of Form I-130A, Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary.
Should I just submit this form or attach any supporting documents?
You should submit the I-130A and any supporting documents that you feel are necessary. You should have also submitted supporting documents with your I-130 and other petitions that were filed with USCIS.
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