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Does the affidavit of support have to be notarized? On the instructions it says no, but on a consulate packet it says yes. I'm freaking out because there is no way I can get a notarized affidavit of support to my fiance before his interview ON MONDAY! we just found out TODAY about his interview date so there is nothing I could have done earlier!

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Nope, doesn't need to be notarized.

Does the affidavit of support have to be notarized? On the instructions it says no, but on a consulate packet it says yes. I'm freaking out because there is no way I can get a notarized affidavit of support to my fiance before his interview ON MONDAY! we just found out TODAY about his interview date so there is nothing I could have done earlier!

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Does the affidavit of support have to be notarized? On the instructions it says no, but on a consulate packet it says yes. I'm freaking out because there is no way I can get a notarized affidavit of support to my fiance before his interview ON MONDAY! we just found out TODAY about his interview date so there is nothing I could have done earlier!

Kristin is correct. No notary required.

Good luck

Kevin

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thanks guys, big relief lifted from my chest! Also a bit freaked out bout the police certificates, and the medical exam people are saying they won't do a medical on him without his letter from the consulate with his interview date, but they just gave him his date today and it's for monday! I'm hoping the email that I have from the consulate and his case number will suffice...

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Oh dear :-/ Wish I could help you out more, but I'm not positive that things in Peru work the same as the did in London.

In London, we were able to book his medical with the case number only.

It took three days for his medical results to be transferred to the Embassy after that.

thanks guys, big relief lifted from my chest! Also a bit freaked out bout the police certificates, and the medical exam people are saying they won't do a medical on him without his letter from the consulate with his interview date, but they just gave him his date today and it's for monday! I'm hoping the email that I have from the consulate and his case number will suffice...

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thanks guys, big relief lifted from my chest! Also a bit freaked out bout the police certificates, and the medical exam people are saying they won't do a medical on him without his letter from the consulate with his interview date, but they just gave him his date today and it's for monday! I'm hoping the email that I have from the consulate and his case number will suffice...

Yes the email from the consulate is all you need.

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