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get i-134 and bank letter before NOA2

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I am 4 and a half months now since filing my i-129f. I received a RFE last week for a missing passport photo which I sent in overnight mail. I'm expecting a noa2 any day now so I went ahead and got my bank letter and got my i-134 notarized. It takes up to 2 months for mail to get to my fiancee who lives in a remote part of the Philippines. Plus the bank letter takes a week so I didn't want to cut it that close. I figure that if I don't get the noa2 in 2 or 3 weeks then I probably will have to go through this process again so as to have a more current i-134 and bank letter. My question is does anyone know if there is any specific rule stating that these documents must be dated after the noa2 or is it just a matter of it being as recent as possible?

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