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hello there!

i'm new in this site and i think it's very helpful for those people like me who's just starting this process.

i just want to ask if the declaration of how we met in person should be signed by both my fiance and i...

will be waiting for your replies.

thanks a lot... :)


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hello there!

i'm new in this site and i think it's very helpful for those people like me who's just starting this process.

i just want to ask if the declaration of how we met in person should be signed by both my fiance and i...

will be waiting for your replies.

thanks a lot... :)

No. Whatever would give you that idea? Letters of intent to marry from each of you need signatures.


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hello there!

i'm new in this site and i think it's very helpful for those people like me who's just starting this process.

i just want to ask if the declaration of how we met in person should be signed by both my fiance and i...

will be waiting for your replies.

thanks a lot... :)

No. Whatever would give you that idea? Letters of intent to marry from each of you need signatures.

Thanks for the reply. It is appreciated :)


AOS Process

2010-12-30------------Sent I-485, I-765, & I-131

2011-01-10------------Received NOA1 for AOS, EAD, & AP

2011-01-18------------Biometrics letter received

2011-02-07------------Case transferred to CSC

2011-02-10------------Biometrics in Detroit

2011-02-28------------Permanent Resident Card Production Ordered

2011-03-07------------Green Card and Welcome Letter received

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I am puzzled ...did you mean letters of intent or the explaination of how you met in person?....I dont see you mention letters of intent but I wonder if you are refering to the box on the I-129F where you describe how you met. Are you adding an extra piece of paper to the petition with an explaination of how you met ?

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I've read this on assembling the I-129F (#4)

4. Declaration of how you met in person in the last two years. This should be a single typed page attachment regarding question 18 of the I-129F. Make sure to sign and date it.

I am confused. I don't know if we have to sign it or not.

I know that we have our own separate sheets of Letters of Intent but I don't know what to do with the declaration of how we met in person.


AOS Process

2010-12-30------------Sent I-485, I-765, & I-131

2011-01-10------------Received NOA1 for AOS, EAD, & AP

2011-01-18------------Biometrics letter received

2011-02-07------------Case transferred to CSC

2011-02-10------------Biometrics in Detroit

2011-02-28------------Permanent Resident Card Production Ordered

2011-03-07------------Green Card and Welcome Letter received

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Aha...I see....some people feel comfortable just putting a brief explaination in the box, others feel they want to add more information and enclose an attachment . My understanding is, and I am sure others will chip in if I am mistaken, that the petition AND any attachments is signed and dated by the USC. The letters of Intent however should be one from yourself which you sign and one from your fiance signed.

Good luck...

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Aha...I see....some people feel comfortable just putting a brief explaination in the box, others feel they want to add more information and enclose an attachment . My understanding is, and I am sure others will chip in if I am mistaken, that the petition AND any attachments is signed and dated by the USC. The letters of Intent however should be one from yourself which you sign and one from your fiance signed.

Good luck...

Thanks a lot... :)


AOS Process

2010-12-30------------Sent I-485, I-765, & I-131

2011-01-10------------Received NOA1 for AOS, EAD, & AP

2011-01-18------------Biometrics letter received

2011-02-07------------Case transferred to CSC

2011-02-10------------Biometrics in Detroit

2011-02-28------------Permanent Resident Card Production Ordered

2011-03-07------------Green Card and Welcome Letter received

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