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Hi! My fiance and I are now preparing the documents for K1 visa filing and would need your help & suggestions on some documents.

1. Do I need to have my "letter of intent to marry" to be notarized here in the Philippines? Should I sign it on black ink or blue ink?

2. What is the size of the picture that I have to send to my boyfriend? I know I have read it somewhere in this website but I cannot find it anymore.

3. In the G-325 form, I had several positions in my present company, should I still itemized each position?

looking forward to all of your response & thanks in advance!


~ Cutie Bear

https://randomengineerblog.wordpress.com/

K1 application filed: 08/2010

NOA1: 08/2010

NOA2: 02/2011

Entered USA: 05/2011

Married: 06/2011

EAD received: 09/2011

Conditional GC received: 10/2011 (transferred to CSC without interviews)
10 year GC received: 10/2013 (Approved without interviews)
N-400: mailed to the Phoenix Lockbox 7/8 and received 7/9 by R. Magadan

N-400 Checked: cashed 7/11

Biometrics: 8/7

Interview: 11/6

Oath-Taking: 12/2

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Hi! My fiance and I are now preparing the documents for K1 visa filing and would need your help & suggestions on some documents.

1. Do I need to have my "letter of intent to marry" to be notarized here in the Philippines? Should I sign it on black ink or blue ink?

Your "Letter of Intent to Marry" does not need to be notarized. Sign everything in blue ink so that the document can be easily identified as an original document, and not a copy.

2. What is the size of the picture that I have to send to my boyfriend? I know I have read it somewhere in this website but I cannot find it anymore.

I forget the actual size of the required passport photos. If you go to a company who specializes in passport photos, they will know the correct size, and also they will know the correct background color. Also, you (the beneficiary) will discover that you need many passport photos as you work your way through your visa journey. I forget how many we needed, but it was a lot. Passport photos are needed for the K-1 application (3?), the medical exam at St. Lukes (2?), the CFO (2?), and your AOS (2?). The petitioner will also need a lot of passport photos.

3. In the G-325 form, I had several positions in my present company, should I still itemized each position?

Nope.

looking forward to all of your response & thanks in advance!

Walang anuman B-) ...and good luck on your visa journey! :)

Edited by Tahoma

Tahoma and Chinook's K1 story --->> PinayKano Scrapbook

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Thanks a lot Tahoma! This process is really nerve wracking! Imagine, i'm just starting to consolidate the requirements and I feel so nervous already!!!


~ Cutie Bear

https://randomengineerblog.wordpress.com/

K1 application filed: 08/2010

NOA1: 08/2010

NOA2: 02/2011

Entered USA: 05/2011

Married: 06/2011

EAD received: 09/2011

Conditional GC received: 10/2011 (transferred to CSC without interviews)
10 year GC received: 10/2013 (Approved without interviews)
N-400: mailed to the Phoenix Lockbox 7/8 and received 7/9 by R. Magadan

N-400 Checked: cashed 7/11

Biometrics: 8/7

Interview: 11/6

Oath-Taking: 12/2

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Thanks a lot!!! :)


~ Cutie Bear

https://randomengineerblog.wordpress.com/

K1 application filed: 08/2010

NOA1: 08/2010

NOA2: 02/2011

Entered USA: 05/2011

Married: 06/2011

EAD received: 09/2011

Conditional GC received: 10/2011 (transferred to CSC without interviews)
10 year GC received: 10/2013 (Approved without interviews)
N-400: mailed to the Phoenix Lockbox 7/8 and received 7/9 by R. Magadan

N-400 Checked: cashed 7/11

Biometrics: 8/7

Interview: 11/6

Oath-Taking: 12/2

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