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Notarized letter for AOS interview?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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Hi all,

I don't have my interview yet, but just received my EAD after filing in October. My sister is visiting from home for the Christmas holiday and I had an idea to get her to write a letter and have it notarized basically saying that she is here visiting me and her new brother-in-law and staying with us at our residence, etc. She visited us earlier this year also. Anyway, do you think it is something that is a good idea, indifferent or any opinions? I'm just trying to figure out whether it's worth our while or not. What do you think? Thank you!


N-400 Journey

June 9th 2012 - Application sent

June 14th 2012 - NOA sent

June 28th - Biometrics letter sent -- July 26th Appointment date

July 12th 2012 - Early Biometrics/Walk-in

August ( ) - Interview letter received -- September 14th Interview date

September 14th 2012 - Interview! Oath date in hand, September 20th @ noon!

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