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does this form I-864 have to be notorized or just signed by the petitioner ? I just signed and dated mine for our AOS paperwork.



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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China

Note "Working & Traveling prior to getting a Green Card" has to do with EAD or AP questions, not Adjustment of status questions.

NO :no: form I-864 does NOT need to be notarized.

Some editions of the Form I-864 and Form I-864A include a jurat to be completed by a notary or by a consular or immigration officer to show that the person signed or acknowledged the signing of the Form I-864 or I-864A under oath. The Form I-864 and Form I-864A, however, provide that they are signed “under penalty of perjury.†Thus, 28 USC 1746 (which deals with the legal effect of unsworn statements) makes it unnecessary for Form I-864 and Form I-864A to be signed in the presence of or certified by a notary public or an Immigration or Consular Officer. Note that the jurat has been removed from the January 15, 2006 edition of the Forms I-864 and I-864A. Form I-86EZ is a newer form, and therefore never had the jurat.

Are the Affidavit of Support forms required to be notarized?

No. The sponsor just has to sign the form. You should know however, when the sponsor signs an Affidavit of Support form, he/she certifies that the information provided, transcript and/or photocopy of tax documentation is true and correct, under penalty of perjury.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
Note "Working & Traveling prior to getting a Green Card" has to do with EAD or AP questions, not Adjustment of status questions.



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