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Hello,

I am finishing up my pacquet for my 1297 application: Here is my question:

I have some documents from my future sister in la anf from my fiance explianing how bona fide is our relationship, but it is in our original language. I translated it into english. I wanted to notarize it. How should I do it??.. Should it be notarised? Does it matter??

Also, for the prof of having met during the past 2 years, I have my tickets itinaries and my stamps in my passports. Do you think that is sufficiant?.. I did not notarised the copies of the stamps.

I also have many pictures but they are not dated.

I will also include email as prrof as ongoing relationship.

Do you think I am ok?? What should I add??

Thank you vo much.. Please please answer, I need to kow so that I can send it ASAP.

Thank thannk you.

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Hello,

I am finishing up my pacquet for my 1297 application: Here is my question:

I have some documents from my future sister in la anf from my fiance explianing how bona fide is our relationship, but it is in our original language. I translated it into english. I wanted to notarize it. How should I do it??.. Should it be notarised? Does it matter??

Also, for the prof of having met during the past 2 years, I have my tickets itinaries and my stamps in my passports. Do you think that is sufficiant?.. I did not notarised the copies of the stamps.

I also have many pictures but they are not dated.

I will also include email as prrof as ongoing relationship.

Do you think I am ok?? What should I add??

Thank you vo much.. Please please answer, I need to kow so that I can send it ASAP.

Thank thannk you.

I assume you mean I-129F and not 1297.

Notaries in the US don't have the same authority they have in some foreign countries. Most notaries in the US can only witness signatures and administer oaths. They don't usually notarize a translation or a copy of a document. They can't certify that the translation is accurate, or that the document they're making a copy of is authentic.

Translated documents need to be certified by the person who performed the translation. The certification is a simple statement, signed by the translator, indicating that they are proficient in both English and the language of the original document, and that the translation is accurate. They don't usually need to be notarized.

Boarding passes and passport stamps are good primary evidence. Photos are good secondary evidence. You should write on the back of the photos the date each was taken, where it was taken, and who appears in the photo. Unless USCIS has any reason to doubt any of this evidence then it should be sufficient to prove the two year meeting requirement.


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