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Form 1 Trust sent back?
« on: October 17, 2017, 06:48:29 pm »
Form 1, applied as a Trust, went pending on January 3rd of this year. Got a phone call today from the branch chief, stating that my form was being mailed back to me today.

She said something about not providing a signature and my wife needed to provide some additional documentation. When we applied, she was a permanent resident, but has since became a U.S. Citizen.
I explained that and she requested we send a copy of her naturalization certificate. Okay, whatever, but when we applied we stated she was a lawful resident and even included her USCIS number. Nowhere on the form, did we see anything about providing proof of her lawful status. Also, the only portion of the form 1 I didn't sign, was the portion that said to only complete if applying as an individual... WTF?

I've been working with my reps office, who have been amazing BTW, to figure out what was going on with these form 1s... I've had friends apply as individuals, months after I did, and received their approved forms months ago.

Ever had a form 1 returned before, folks? From what I understand, I will not loose my place in line and should be really close to having an approval, right? Thanks.

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    Re: Form 1 Trust sent back?
    « Reply #1 on: January 11, 2018, 09:31:37 pm »
    Way late in response and hopefully your approval has been received already but any time a possible illegal alien is concerned, even after they are already full legal citizens, they air on the side of caution and demand more documentation. A buddy in WA married a Korean woman and she was already a full legal citizen when he started the trust paperwork but they still returned his paperwork and wanted additional proof that everything was above board. It took him 19 months to finally get his approval.

    It's not uncommon in that situation but normally, it's actually rather rare for paperwork to be returned unless something was overlooked. Once again, I hope you got your approval already.

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