INSTRUCTIONS : PETITION FOR A NONIMMIGRANT WORKER (Form I-129)
(USE PAGES 1 through 7 ONLY)
A I-129 Form is used by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for the petition of a non-immigrant worker visa. The form is required for any worker who does not intend to become a permanent resident to legally enter the United States
In this case, we are using the I-129 Form provided by the Department of Homeland Security. Examples of the form can be found online or directly from a Department of Homeland Security office..
The first step in completing the form is to provide the basic information of the employer.
1. Put the employer's name in the proper boxes, followed by their address and contact number.
2. In part 2, you must identify the purpose of the petition. Include the non-immigrant classification of the worker, the basis for the classification, and the requested action that relates to your application. In line 5, indicate how many applicants your I-129 form will cover.
3. In part 3, you must identify the individual or group you are sponsoring for the petition. Indicate the person or group's name, birth dates, social security numbers, location of birth, and any other information that applies to the applicant. Use the supplemental forms provided for each additional person the I-129 Form will cover.
4. Provide the processing information in part 4. Select the offices that need to be informed of approval of the form.
5. In part 4 on the fourth page, indicate the passport and supplemental petitions being filed in conjunction with this form. Select yes or no for each corresponding question. Some questions may require you to write supplemental information on the extra forms that come with the I-129 form.
6. Fill in part 5, stating the information of the employer and the nature of the employment. You must include the type of business, the type of employment, the compensation that will be given to the employee, dates of the employment period, and any other information that relates to your situation.
7. Part 6 requires the employer to certify they will comply with all technological data release regulations. The employer must indicate whether a license from the U.S. Department of Commerce is needed for this type of employment.
8. Page 6 requires signatures and certifications of the employer, as well as the preparer of the form if someone other than the employing entity filled it out.
INSTRUCTIONS : CHINESE VISA APPLICATION FORM
A Chinese Visa Application Form is used by the Government of China for foreign nationals seeking entrance into the country. Temporary visas are available for students, government officials, and business purposes.
In this case, we are using the Chinese Visa Application Form provided by the government of China. Examples of the Chinese Visa Application form can be found online or through the Chinese embassy.
The first step in completing the form is to provide your general information in the first section.
1. Provide your name, sex, Chinese name, nationality, birthday, and passport information. You must also indicate in box 1.14 your current occupation or status.
2. In section 2, you must indicate your reason for travel to China. You must select the major purpose of your visit, the number of entries you will make, the date of entry, the counties and cities you plan to travel, and whether you need expedited visa service.
3. In section 3, you must include your health information and previous travel to other nations. Check yes or no in the corresponding boxes to indicate your health status. Any yes answer requires that you provide an explanation of your answer, which must be attached to your Chinese visa application form.
4. Provide your contact information in section 4. Include your employer or school contact, your home address, and phone contact numbers.
5. Section 5 can be used for stating additional information that pertains to your visa application. Leave blank if you do not have anything to write.
6. If the application was filled out by another person than the applicant, that person must fill out section 6 with their name and contact information.
7. At the end of the Chinese visa application form, the applicant must sign and date the form.
8. Submit the form to the local Chinese embassy and keep a copy for your records.
INSTRUCTIONS : APPLICATION FOR NATURALIZATION (Form N-400)
An N-400 form is a document used by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for an application for naturalization. The form is used to apply for citizenship in the United States by foreign nationals.
In this case, we are using the N-400 form provided by the Department of Homeland Security. Examples of the N-400 form can be found online or through a Department of Homeland Security office.
The first step in completing the form is to put your USCIS number in the top right box on every page of the application.
1. Next, supply your legal name and the information on your permanent resident card exactly as it appears. Provide any name changes or other names you have used.
2. Indicate your eligibility for naturalization in part 2.
3. In part 3, you need to fill out personal information, including your social security number, birth date, date of residency, citizenship status of relatives, marriage status, and any disabilities that will preclude you from taking the English and U.S. history test.
4. In part 4, supply your contact information and mailing address.
5. For part 5, you will need to include personal characteristics of yourself for a criminal background check. Indicate your gender, height, weight, race, hair, and eye color.
6. In part 6, you must supply your residence and employment history. Include all residences, education, and employment in the past 5 years. If you need to attach additional information, you may do so by using a blank sheet of paper and attaching it to your N-400 Form.
7. For part 7, indicate the amount of time you have spent outside of the United States in the past 5 years. If you have not left the United States in that time period, you still need to fill out the sections by putting zeros in the appropriate boxes.
8. Part 8 requires a detailed history of marriage. Supply information of all marriages and your spouses' family history. If you have never been married, skip to the next section.
9. In part 9, you must supply detailed information of all children you have had. State their names, date of birth, USCIS number, country of origin, and address. Include all children whether they live with you or not.
10. Part 10 requires you answer numerous questions pertaining to your background and family history. Answer them to the best of your ability and be truthful.
11. Certify and sign all sections on the last page, indicating your oath of allegiance, signature of person who prepared the form, and your signature at their interview.