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We're about to finish our packet. Just need to make the cover letter & the fiance letters of intent. Does it matter if we just hand write them or do we need to type them out???

It doesn't matter, either one is ok, although ours were handwritten because we thought it will show deeper sincerity that we exerted efforts in writing it by hand. :thumbs:


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It doesn't matter which one. We typed ours.


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Thank you for the fast replies! I have a few other questions.

Do we have to have these letters notarized??? I didn't know what needed to be notarized anymore.

Also, do they appreciate a letter within the packet, explaining from the time when my fiance & I started speaking, up until now??? When I was filling out the part on the petitition about how we met, I didn't know if they meant just in person or when we actually started talking to each other.

Last but not least, on the evidence part of it....I see that some people submit chat logs, numerous emails & phone records. Sadly, we don't have any chat logs (never knew we needed to save them). We do have random scattered emails from throughout the 3 years we've known each other. Phone records...my phone card company says that I have to have a court order to put out on that one, but I only just started buying phone cards anyway because we had been chatting online until we started working our butts off. Would explaining these sort of things in a letter, help any?? Of course we have our passport stamps & our pictures from the beginning to now.

Sorry for the long post, just kinda confused to what I need to send with this I-129F form. We got the G-325A forms filled out. Got recent passport pictures taken...Do I need to include the I-134 along with this first packet as well?I read conflicting conversations about that subject. The only requirement I saw was the G-325A form though...

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Thank you for the fast replies! I have a few other questions.

Do we have to have these letters notarized??? I didn't know what needed to be notarized anymore.

Also, do they appreciate a letter within the packet, explaining from the time when my fiance & I started speaking, up until now??? When I was filling out the part on the petitition about how we met, I didn't know if they meant just in person or when we actually started talking to each other.

Last but not least, on the evidence part of it....I see that some people submit chat logs, numerous emails & phone records. Sadly, we don't have any chat logs (never knew we needed to save them). We do have random scattered emails from throughout the 3 years we've known each other. Phone records...my phone card company says that I have to have a court order to put out on that one, but I only just started buying phone cards anyway because we had been chatting online until we started working our butts off. Would explaining these sort of things in a letter, help any?? Of course we have our passport stamps & our pictures from the beginning to now.

Sorry for the long post, just kinda confused to what I need to send with this I-129F form. We got the G-325A forms filled out. Got recent passport pictures taken...Do I need to include the I-134 along with this first packet as well?I read conflicting conversations about that subject. The only requirement I saw was the G-325A form though...

The only thing that needs to be notorized is the I-134. (Yes the I-134 needs to be included). Some people notorize the tax-returns. Whatever floats your boat. Some people submit chat logs but it's not a requirement. Whatever proof you have will have to do. Your pass-ports, emails, and photos will be your best proof.

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I think typed letters look more professional but it's your choice.

As long as it's clear and legible, I think it's fine.


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