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i sent in my i-130 package yesterday,we have been married over 2 years and have a baby on its way and own a house in both our names. we added proof of relationship letters to it from my mom and my sister. and had them certified. my mom after she did hers realized she spelled my wifes name wrong, so crossed it out and spelled it correctly and initialed it. should that be ok? will i get a rfi'd for it or sumthing cause my mom had her named spelled wrong and crossed off?

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i sent in my i-130 package yesterday,we have been married over 2 years and have a baby on its way and own a house in both our names. we added proof of relationship letters to it from my mom and my sister. and had them certified. my mom after she did hers realized she spelled my wifes name wrong, so crossed it out and spelled it correctly and initialed it. should that be ok? will i get a rfi'd for it or sumthing cause my mom had her named spelled wrong and crossed off?

People write letters by hand?

I wouldn't worry about it. This is a non issue. But make sure your mom knows your wife's name. Otherwise, you may have bigger problems than USCIS.

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i sent in my i-130 package yesterday,we have been married over 2 years and have a baby on its way and own a house in both our names. we added proof of relationship letters to it from my mom and my sister. and had them certified. my mom after she did hers realized she spelled my wifes name wrong, so crossed it out and spelled it correctly and initialed it. should that be ok? will i get a rfi'd for it or sumthing cause my mom had her named spelled wrong and crossed off?

Baby is irrelevant, the rest looks good.

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hi, she typed it up, went and had a notary republic certify it, name was right, just had an a infront of her first name and an a instead of a e in last name. so she crossed it off and wrote the proper spelling and signed it


thank you for the replys to, i feel a little better now. i should have waited an extra day and had her just redo it. but its done, so thank you

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Such letters are pretty meaningless for most embassies anyway. Focus on much better evidence (not proof, by the way, you are submitting evidence).

Evidence of time spent together is worth a lot more than letters written by your folks. Have your folks even met your spouse?

With a house together you must have a lot of shared finances also - another very strong form of evidence.


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I agree with JFH. You should have a lot of great evidence without needing affidavits. Btw an affidavit would be notarized which means signed in front of a notary.


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