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It can be notarized, but only needs to be original and signed by the petitioner or benificiary, depending on which letter of intent you mean. There should be two, one from the USC and one from the fiance.

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Do you mean notarized?

I did not have my first letter of intent notarized and I did not have any trouble with my petition. I did have my second letter of intent notarized when I had my I-134 notarized. Since David was completing the forms for packet 3, I thought it best to notarize the forms I was submitting on my own behalf.

Many will say that they did not have their letters notarized.... it doesn't appear to be a requirement. For me, it was worth the peace of mind.


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