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  • G-325A , Writing name in Native Alphabet

    Guys,

    I just realized that on the form G-325A for the following entry

    If your native alphabet is in other than Roman letters, write your name in your native alphabet below:

    I didnít write my name in native (Hindi) language. Is it a big issue?


    Thanks
    VS
    CA RIR/EB3
    PD: 30th Sep. 2002
    I-140 Approved: 03/21/06

    (For Both Self and Spouse)
    Applied AOS using Cross-Chargeability @ NSC
    485/EAD/AP Mailed on 5/2/07
    485/EAD/AP RD: 5/3/07
    485/EAD/AP ND: 5/9/07
    485/EAD/AP Rec. Receipts on: 5/18/07
    FP: 6/13/07

    485(Self Spouse) LUD: 5/11/07,6/13/07,6/15/07,6/20/07(After FP) ,LUD:2/20/08(RFE)3/5/08(RFE Res. rec.). Soft LUD 3/6/08, 3/17/08,3/18/08
    Approved: 4/8/2008
    485(Spouse) LUD: 5/11/07,6/13/07,6/15/07,6/20/07(After FP)
    Approved: 4/8/2008

  • #2
    In the absence of your name in Hindi, the officer might assume that your native language is English. Since the native language is not asked anywhere else in the I-485 appication, he might not be able to figure it out.

    Having said that, It is an incomplete application. Did you file yourself or through a lawyer. If you have a lawyer talk to him/her and see if you can send an amended G-325A.
    EB-2, India
    LC PD : 12/15/2003, AD: 07/24/2006
    I-140 RD : 09/15/2006 AD: 07/18/2007 (No RFE)
    I-485 RD : 07/02/2007 ND: 08/01/2007
    I-485 Approval : 12/01/2007

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    • #3
      Originally posted by vsaxena View Post
      Guys,

      I just realized that on the form G-325A for the following entry

      If your native alphabet is in other than Roman letters, write your name in your native alphabet below:

      I didnít write my name in native (Hindi) language. Is it a big issue?


      Thanks
      VS
      Saxena,

      That is fine if you didnt write your name in native language. I had not seen a case which had a problem with that. In fact I dont even know how to write my name in Tamil. I guess that works if you have your name in hindi in any of your school certificates. But since in India most of the documents are in English, you shouldnt have a problem.
      EB2
      PD: jan 2004
      I140/485 ND: 12/9/2004
      AP1: AP-2/11/2005
      EAD1:AP- 2/07/2005
      AP2: RD-11/11/2005
      EAD2:RD-11/11/2005
      I140:AD: 05/25/2007
      I485: 06/04/2007

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