In many cases you may have more information than will fit into the standard space provided on Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. This is common for petitioners with several previous addresses or employers.
You can make use of Page 12, Part 9 on Form I-130. Add any additional information which did not fit in other parts of the form. However, sometimes Part 9 is not sufficient or does not comfortably accommodate the additional information.
I-130 Additional Information
When preparing Form I-130 on CitizenPath, our software will automatically prepare you an Additional Information sheet if necessary. Your extensive address history, employment records, or other names will be neatly itemized so that USCIS can quickly process the petition. If you’re preparing the petition on behalf of a spouse, we’ll also generate an I-130A additional information page (if necessary). Try it now >>
If creating your own I-130 additional information sheet, ensure that the petitioner’s name and A-number appear on each page.
How to Submit the I-130 Additional Information Sheet(s)
When filing your I-130 petition, include this sheet directly behind your completed Form I-130. (Place the I-130A Additional Information sheet behind the I-130A supplement.) Mail the petition to the address that corresponds with your state (as described on USCIS.gov) or refer to your CitizenPath filing instructions.
I-130 Attachment Sample
We also have a do-it-yourself template if you would like to prepare the I-130 attachment on your own. Use the downloadable Microsoft Word template or view the PDF document for an example.
I-130A Attachment Sample
Spouse beneficiary’s of a Form I-130 petition are required to submit Form I-130A, Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary . Use the downloadable templates below or download the sample for reference.
The template is a starting point. You can delete sections that you do not need. If you are creating your own attachment sheet, be sure to include your full name and alien registration number on each sheet.