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Does Second Sponsor Notarize I-864?

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Since I did not have any income for the past 3 years, I had to use a co-sponsor to fill out the I-864 form.

I will be filling it from Ukraine so the co-sponsor will have to fill it out and send it to me. Would she need to notarize it before sending?

I am not sure where I heard it but was told she did have to notarize it in the US before sending it to me for the meeting, but in the US, in the office she was getting help filling out the form, she was told that she did not have to notarize it. Any idea?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Belgium
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We filed here in Belgium and my co-sponsor sent his affidavit to us and he did not notarize it. They approved it no questions asked, but you must have the sponsor's birth certificate with it as proof they are USC.


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Filed: Country: Ukraine
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We filed here in Belgium and my co-sponsor sent his affidavit to us and he did not notarize it. They approved it no questions asked, but you must have the sponsor's birth certificate with it as proof they are USC.

Thanks. Does it have to be the original birth certificate (in my case the certificate of naturalization) or can it be a copy?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Belgium
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Thanks. Does it have to be the original birth certificate (in my case the certificate of naturalization) or can it be a copy?

Request an official copy from the state, your co-sponsor might already have one even. It only takes a couple weeks to get one, price varies from state to state.

Check this site out: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/w2w.htm

I'm not sure on the naturalization, you might be able to get the info from the same site.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Since I did not have any income for the past 3 years, I had to use a co-sponsor to fill out the I-864 form.

I will be filling it from Ukraine so the co-sponsor will have to fill it out and send it to me. Would she need to notarize it before sending?

I am not sure where I heard it but was told she did have to notarize it in the US before sending it to me for the meeting, but in the US, in the office she was getting help filling out the form, she was told that she did not have to notarize it. Any idea?

Thank You!

Please fill in your infomration so we can help you. For a K visa you use an I-134, NOT an I-864. Neither has to be notarized.


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