How to Fill Form I-130 and I-130A – Complete Step by Step guide with examples and Attorney commentary

Part 5. Other Information

Questions 1–2 — Information on Other Petitions with USCIS

All separate petitions previously filed by the petitioner for the intended beneficiary or any other alien must be listed. Part 9. Additional information should be used if necessary to completely list other petitions. Form I-130 petitions that are concurrently filed, such as one of two parents or a stepchild, should also be listed in this section.

Part 6. Petitioner’s Signature

The petitioner NOT THE BENEFICIARY must sign the application, certifying under penalty of perjury that the information provided in the petition is true and correct. The signature also makes a broad authorization of the release of any information from the petitioner’s records that USCIS needs to determine eligibility for the benefit that the petitioner seeks.

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