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As to the first image, Question 1, just write your sons names and their relationship on the single line. If there is not enough room, then add a separate page.
As to the first image, Question 2, the answer is NO. You did not file an I-130 petition for them.
As to the second image, that is for your wife's employment (and each son's on his separate petition).
As to the third image, neither you nor your wife. The I-130 petition is yours. Your "relative" is your wife (and son's, on their own petitions). So when they ask for the "spouse" of your relative, it would not be your wife because she is the relative. And it would not be you because you are the petitioner and that is implied by the filing of the form. Writing the spouse in that space would be relevant in cases where, for example, you were filing for a sibling who was married. Then you would write in your sibling's spouse' s name. You do need to keep the children, however, as they are children of your relative.
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