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Hey guys,

we are very confused.

Except the forms and letters of intent which document requires signatures?

For example, copy of passport, chat histories, plane tickets etc., we have all this things and we read that every single paper needs to be signed or else they will send a RFE requiring signature.

please help!

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Hey guys,

we are very confused.

Except the forms and letters of intent which document requires signatures?

For example, copy of passport, chat histories, plane tickets etc., we have all this things and we read that every single paper needs to be signed or else they will send a RFE requiring signature.

please help!

Nothing besides the forms and letters of intent need to be signed. No signature needed on the supporting documentation, but you do need to write names on passport photos.


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Nothing besides the forms and letters of intent need to be signed. No signature needed on the supporting documentation, but you do need to write names on passport photos.

This is correct. Just wanted to add onto this answer. The only other thing that a signature is needed on would be any attachment/supplement sheets you need to add to the forms. For example, when you need extra space for an answer and need to add a page for that.

From the I-129F instructions>

2. If extra space is needed to complete any item, attach a continuation sheet, write your name and Alien Registration

Number (A-Number) (if any), at the top of each sheet of paper, indicate the Part and Item Number to which your

answer refers, and date and sign each sheet.


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This is correct. Just wanted to add onto this answer. The only other thing that a signature is needed on would be any attachment/supplement sheets you need to add to the forms. For example, when you need extra space for an answer and need to add a page for that.

From the I-129F instructions>

thanks a lot and good luck!!

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