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hello vj's

3.3.1)...Where can I get someone to notarize my documents?

A..The best place is at a bank, credit union, or savings and loan institution. If you do business with one, the services will usually be free. If not, each "signature" will cost a few dollars.

my question is...

does my fiancee need to go to her bank, credit union or savings and loan to notarize her g-325a and letter of intent and other documents? after notarize what she will get? a paper of notarize? what should be on that paper of notarize?

if i go to my bank to notarize the i-29f, my g-325a and letter of intent and other documents what do i get? same notarize paper like my fiancee?

thank you...

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hello vj's

3.3.1)...Where can I get someone to notarize my documents?

A..The best place is at a bank, credit union, or savings and loan institution. If you do business with one, the services will usually be free. If not, each "signature" will cost a few dollars.

my question is...

does my fiancee need to go to her bank, credit union or savings and loan to notarize her g-325a and letter of intent and other documents? after notarize what she will get? a paper of notarize? what should be on that paper of notarize?

if i go to my bank to notarize the i-29f, my g-325a and letter of intent and other documents what do i get? same notarize paper like my fiancee?

thank you...

None of those documents need to be notarized. You only need original signatures for the documents that require them.

You can make copies of the "official" documents you send (like birth certificate/passport)


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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if you choose to get notorizing done.. it can be in the form of a ink stamp or an impressed seal stamp(this is usually from a lawyer)


k-1

I-129F Sent : 2007-04-28

I-129F NOA1 :2007-06-05

I-129F NOA2 :2007-11-28

NVC Received : 2007-12-20

NVC Left :2007-12-27 (due to holidays tongue.png)

Consulate Received :2007/12/28

Packet 3 Received :2008-01-07

Packet 3 Sent :2008-01-07

Medical Exam: 2008-01-24

Packet 4 Received :2008-01-14

Interview Date :2008-02-11---APPROVEDDDDDD!!!!!!!!!

Visa Received :2008-02-13

US Entry : 2008-02-20

Church Marriage : 2008-05-03

POE @ Edmonton International Airport: 2008-02-20

Courthouse marriage: 2008-02-26

ROC

ROC Filed with CSC: 2010-04-13

NOA1 recieved in mail dated: 2010-04-15

Biometrics Appointment: 2010-05-17

Approval Notice: 2010-08-03

Card Received: 2010-08-13

N-400:

N-400 sent 2013-12-02

NOA:|12/09/13|

BIOMETRICS:|12/27/13|

IN-LINE for INTERVIEW 12/31/13

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
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I think the only notarized document you will need is an affidavit later on


Andrey and Natalia

April 16, 2010 Sent I-129F packet to VSC

April 30, 2010 Received NOA1 dated 4/23/2010

June 18, 2010 NOA2 dated 6/11/2010

June 19, 2010 NVC letter dated 6/16/2010

NVC number is always busy , can't figure out if or case has moved on yet.

July7th, 2010 emailed consulate interview date set

August 13th, 2010 Interview date ( Friday the 13th? You've got to be kiddin me!)

No wonder- Interview was re-scheduled due to fires in Moscow region to

September 2, 2010 now:(

Andrey and Natalia

April 16, 2010 Sent I-129F packet to VSC

April 30, 2010 Received NOA1 dated 4/23/2010

June 18, 2010 NOA2 dated 6/11/2010

June 19, 2010 NVC letter dated 6/16/2010

July7th, 2010 we emailed the consulate, very confusing and no packet

July 7, 2010 they emailed us back interview date is set

August 13, 2010 interview ( Friday the 13th? you 've got to be kiddin me)

Interview was re-scheduled due to fires in Moscow to September 2, 2010 :(

11/10/10 Arrived to USA

Engaged officially with parents over Thanksgiving

12/11/10 We got married

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Thailand
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hello vj's

3.3.1)...Where can I get someone to notarize my documents?

A..The best place is at a bank, credit union, or savings and loan institution. If you do business with one, the services will usually be free. If not, each "signature" will cost a few dollars.

my question is...

does my fiancee need to go to her bank, credit union or savings and loan to notarize her g-325a and letter of intent and other documents? after notarize what she will get? a paper of notarize? what should be on that paper of notarize?

if i go to my bank to notarize the i-29f, my g-325a and letter of intent and other documents what do i get? same notarize paper like my fiancee?

thank you...

Notaries only verify the signature is that of the person signing not the content of the document.

See Bobbys responce for which documents require notary.

Many banks no longer provide notary services except for internal documents.

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I think the only notarized document you will need is an affidavit later on

Unless you use the 864A - the 864 does not need notarizing.


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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