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Hi! can the affidavits giving testimonial of knowing us can be family members?

I believe so and also, it's good to get notoriety at a Bank (Signed by the family member(s) and the bank official who has the certification to notorize documents.

"An affidavit from a close relative, preferably the applicant’s mother, stating the date and place of birth, both parents names, and the mother’s maiden name."

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Thanks!!

I believe so and also, it's good to get notoriety at a Bank (Signed by the family member(s) and the bank official who has the certification to notorize documents.

"An affidavit from a close relative, preferably the applicant’s mother, stating the date and place of birth, both parents names, and the mother’s maiden name."

http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/LingChe_NVC_ShortCut

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Though affidavits from persons not related to the beneficiary (the Peruvian in your case) may carry slightly more weight than, say, just affidavits from the parents of the beneficiary. This will all depend on who adjudicates the petition. If you're slim on evidence of the relationship, I wouldn't rely on just the beneficiary's family members for this to make up the difference, in other words.

Good luck with it all!

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Thank you for this topic as I have had questions about them myself. My husband lost his birth cert and found an agency that said they can provide one to him that is legal. His parents are dead and the only sibling that was alive when he was born is in another country and was only 2 1/2 when he was born. Also am wondering how formal the letters regarding our relationship should be, or is there a particular format to follow other than the person's name, address, etc. I am assuming they must all be notarized. Thanks for the input, I too want to be sure of what I am sending, etc. beforehand.

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