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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Scotland
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Back when I did my I-129f, I was persuaded by my fiancee to sign my name in full and make it legible (because that's what Americans do, apparently), instead of the first initial followed by a scribble I normally do. So I did. I signed the I-129F that way.

Now I'm at the packet 3 stage, I'm wondering if I should stick to that fake signature (a signature that I barely even remember), since the immigration officer will wonder why my real signature is so different from the signature on the I-129F, even though I signed both.


K1

11/06/2007 - I-129F sent to Nebraska

29/06/2007 - NOA1 letter received

21/12/2007 - NOA2 issued

31/12/2007 - NOA2 hard copy

28/01/2008 - Packet 3 received

11/02/2008 - Packet 3 forms & checklist returned to Embassy

13/02/2008 - Medical

28/02/2008 - Packet 4 received

20/03/2008 - Interview @ 10am - APPROVED

28/03/2008 - Visa in hand

14/04/2008 - POE Detroit (DTW)

22/05/2008 - Married

AOS

06/06/2008 - AOS & EAD filed

13/06/2008 - NOA1 letter received

14/07/2008 - Biometrics appointment

14/08/2008 - EAD production ordered

23/08/2008 - EAD card received

14/01/2009 - Green card producation ordered (No interview required)

22/01/2009 - Green card recieved

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Back when I did my I-129f, I was persuaded by my fiancee to sign my name in full and make it legible (because that's what Americans do, apparently), instead of the first initial followed by a scribble I normally do. So I did. I signed the I-129F that way.

Now I'm at the packet 3 stage, I'm wondering if I should stick to that fake signature (a signature that I barely even remember), since the immigration officer will wonder why my real signature is so different from the signature on the I-129F, even though I signed both.

That's a good question. I just checked my own paperwork and I did change my siggy to something that included hubby's name. I guess you're better off with the one you already used to correspond with them.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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Back when I did my I-129f, I was persuaded by my fiancee to sign my name in full and make it legible (because that's what Americans do, apparently), instead of the first initial followed by a scribble I normally do. So I did. I signed the I-129F that way.

Now I'm at the packet 3 stage, I'm wondering if I should stick to that fake signature (a signature that I barely even remember), since the immigration officer will wonder why my real signature is so different from the signature on the I-129F, even though I signed both.

That's a good question. I just checked my own paperwork and I did change my siggy to something that included hubby's name. I guess you're better off with the one you already used to correspond with them.

But it's not a "fake signature" because its yours. I also signed, carefully, my entire name on all of my immigration papers, and I usually don't sign that way.

I'd suggest continuing signing like you did on your I-129f.


11/2004 - Met in Brazil

09/2006 - Apply for K1

03/2007 - K1 approved

04/2007 - Apply for AOS & EAD

07/2007 - EAD approved

01/2008 - Conditional Residency approved

11/2009 - Apply to remove conditions

02/2010 - Permanent Residency approved

11/2010 - Apply for Citizenship

03/2011 - Citizenship approved

07/2011 - Moved back to Brazil

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