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What is notarization and what would I need it for with the cr1 visa process?


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What is notarization and what would I need it for with the cr1 visa process?

Notorization is mostly required but from people residing in the USA.

An indirect way of saying the documents or information you provide is Legit or true or all the information provided in a document are valid ...Its almost the same like saying a CERTIFIED TRUE COPY OF A DOCUMENT which is usually what is required or request from people from overseas....

If you're a US citizen or permanent resident who happens to be Overseas, then the best place to notorize a document for

use in the US, then the US Embassy overseas will be your best bed to go get your document notorize

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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What is notarization and what would I need it for with the cr1 visa process?

Notorization is mostly required but from people residing in the USA.

An indirect way of saying the documents or information you provide is Legit or true or all the information provided in a document are valid ...Its almost the same like saying a CERTIFIED TRUE COPY OF A DOCUMENT which is usually what is required or request from people from overseas....

If you're a US citizen or permanent resident who happens to be Overseas, then the best place to notorize a document for

use in the US, then the US Embassy overseas will be your best bed to go get your document notorize

Hope this helps

what types of documents need to be notarized...any criteria? If I am in the u.s where would i get my documents notarized? and which ones?


USCIS *CR-1*

Service Center : California Service Center

02-17-09 : I-130 Sent

02-18-09 : Received

02-24-09 : NOA1

02-27-09 : NOA1 HC

03-16-09 : NOA2

NVC

04-08-09 : C# Assigned

04-10-09 : DS-3032/AOS GEN

04-12-09 : DS-3032 emailed

04-21-09 : DS-3032 accpt

04-21-09 : AOS PAID

04-21-09 : IV bill GEN

04-28-09 : IV bill PAID

05-11-09 : IV pkg sent(NVC)

05-13-09 : Delivered

05-15-09 : Review(RFE)

07-24-09 : AOS pkg sent to NVC

07-27-09 : Delivered

07-28-09 : Review (RFE)

08-12-09 : Review

08-18-09 : Sign in Failed

08-19-09 : case complete

09-01-09 : Interview Scheduled

Embassy

09-14-09 : Forward Case

09-15-09 : Medical

09-19-09 : Case Received

10-16-09 : Visa Interview

11-14-09 : V.I.H

11-27-09 : POE (JFK, NY) = 9m 10d^^

COMPLETE TIMELINE LOCATED HERE. CLICK ABOUT ME.

Ya Ali Madad!

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94W4m4.pngCTWvm5.png

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cameroon
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What is notarization and what would I need it for with the cr1 visa process?

Notorization is mostly required but from people residing in the USA.

An indirect way of saying the documents or information you provide is Legit or true or all the information provided in a document are valid ...Its almost the same like saying a CERTIFIED TRUE COPY OF A DOCUMENT which is usually what is required or request from people from overseas....

If you're a US citizen or permanent resident who happens to be Overseas, then the best place to notorize a document for

use in the US, then the US Embassy overseas will be your best bed to go get your document notorize

Hope this helps

what types of documents need to be notarized...any criteria? If I am in the u.s where would i get my documents notarized? and which ones?

You can Notorize any type of document as long as you're asked to notorize such a document. Documents are notorized in the US by a Notory Public. some do it for free while others will charge you about $5 - $10 to put on their

stamp and signature. But the easiest place to do it will be at your local bank and most of the time your bank will not charge you if you're a member ..Or if u know a lawyer then he/she can also do it for you for free ...All lawyers are automatically Notory public officers ..Lawyers will just put his stamp and signature on the documents u presented to confirm that what u presented to him to sign is genuine and legit ok .... YOU MUST BE PRESENT IN PERSON FOR THE document to be notorized . You cannot notorized your documents by sending someone else to do it for you..Its against the law law because ur presence in front of the notory public official signing ur documents is evidence that you came infront of them and presented a legit document to sign and confirm that its what you're claiming the document to be ok

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