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G-325A , Writing name in Native Alphabet

Discussion in 'General I-485 and Related Issues' started by vsaxena, Jun 3, 2007.

  1. vsaxena

    vsaxena Registered Users (C)

    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 didn’t write my name in native (Hindi) language. Is it a big issue?


    Thanks
    VS
  2. Bomber

    Bomber Registered Users (C)

    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.
  3. sensat

    sensat Registered Users (C)

    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.

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