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Hi,

Do I need to get any of the documents notarized?

Couldn't find any clear information on this?

Thanks


1/20/10 - Met first time.....Yes arranged by family....Instant Connection

1/31/10 - Got Engaged

2/05/10 - Back to US and playing the Phone Game

4/20/10 - I-129F Sent

4/21/10 - NOA1

4/22/10 - Check Cashed

4/23/10 - Touched

4/26/10 - NOA1 Received

6/29/10 - Touched

6/29/10 - NOA2 Mailed

6/30/10 - e-mail received: I-129F Approval and NOA2 mailed (strange that e-mail sent a day later after they mailed)

7/01/10 - Hardcopy NOA2 IN HAND

7/06/10 - NVC Received case

7/07/10 - Called NVC and given the new case number YES YES YES YES YES!!!!

7/08/10 - Case Left NVC, send to consulate

7/12/10 - Consulate Received

7/13/10 - Packet 3 Sent to fiance

Present: - Waiting

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Hi,

Do I need to get any of the documents notarized?

Couldn't find any clear information on this?

Thanks

What documents are you talking 'bout?


07/14/2011 Wedding

USCIS (187 days)

08/16/2011 I-130 filed

08/19/2011 NOA1
02/22/2012 NOA2

NVC (14 days)
03/08/2012 NVC case #, IIN, emailed DS-3032
03/13/2012 AOS invoiced & paid
03/14/2012 AOS package mailed
03/16/2012 DS-3032 acceptance
03/19/2012 IV bill invoiced and paid
03/20/2012 DS-230 package sent
03/22/2012 Case Complete
04/10/2012 Interview date assigned; packet IV received
MEDICALS/US CONSULATE/POE
05/02/2012 Medicals
05/09/2012 Interview APPROVED
05/11/2012 Visa in hand
05/24/2012 POE TORONTO
06/28/2012 Got SSN and Green Card

ROC

02/27/2014 Package sent

02/28/2014 NOA1

03/28/2014 Biometrics

06/20/2014 Approved

06/22/2014 Got the 10-yr GC
N-400

03/03/2015 Package sent

03/10/2015 Check encashed

03/13/2015 NOA

03/26/2015 Fingerprints

04/27/2015 In line

06/19/2015 Interview letter

07/23/2015 Interview

08/19/2015 Oath ceremony

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Hi,

Do I need to get any of the documents notarized?

Couldn't find any clear information on this?

Thanks

No. None of the forms, the copy of the certified marriage license, translated documents, or supporting evidence for the I-864 need to be notarized.

Edited by Jay-Kay

Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Th eonly thing I got notarized is the translation of the Birth Certificate. I went to the Bnak where I have an account open and asked for Notary. And they do it fo rfree :)

Nothing unless your BC needs translation.

Translations do not need to be notarized either.

http://www.visajourney.com/content/translations

Edited by Jay-Kay

Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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