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How to Fill Out the G-325A, G-325B and G-325C USCIS Forms
Understand What the G-325 Form is
Don't bother trying to figure out whether you need a G-325A form. Most applications require it, it's simple to do, and there is no filing fee, so include it. Better safe than sorry. Omissions can cause major delays. If you have a sponsor, you both need to fill out, sign, and submit one to the USCIS, all together in the same application packet.
Refer to the instructions in your primary application for which version of the G-325 you need. Family-sponsored applications require G-325A, those with military experience should use G-325B, and employer-sponsored applications call for G-325C. When in doubt, use G-325.
The G-325 Biographical Information Forms are used to provide the United States with information about the person completing the form. It requests basic information about who are you, where you have lived and worked and who you have been married to.
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