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I have some places that have notarized our letters really fancy, indicating things like "I, blah blah blah have witnessed blah blah on this date blah blah" and then the stamp and seal. Some others I've just gotten a Stamp and Seal and a Signature and Date it was notarized and thats it. Is that acceptable or does it have to be fancified?


Rob and Jessica

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The best way to fancify it is to attach several hundred dollar bills to it! :rofl: Some of us didn't send any affidavits as we had enough evidence of joint lives. Don't worry if one is fancified or not - they don't even need to be notarized. Good Luck


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The best way to fancify it is to attach several hundred dollar bills to it! :rofl: Some of us didn't send any affidavits as we had enough evidence of joint lives. Don't worry if one is fancified or not - they don't even need to be notarized. Good Luck

Thats a good one! :thumbs: But I think we've forked out too much already. lol. Ah.. the wait begins!


Rob and Jessica

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I have some places that have notarized our letters really fancy, indicating things like "I, blah blah blah have witnessed blah blah on this date blah blah" and then the stamp and seal. Some others I've just gotten a Stamp and Seal and a Signature and Date it was notarized and thats it. Is that acceptable or does it have to be fancified?

All of the extra blah blahs indicate that the notary is stamping a sworn affidavit, as opposed to just notarizing the signature. Sworn affidavits are what CIS asks for -- i.e., the notary certifies that the affiant has more or less taken an oath that what is in the affidavit is true. The signature block in the example affidavit provided here is typical of a sworn affidavit.


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