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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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Hello VJ experts:

When providing photos as supporting evidence, should I send the actual photos or scan them and send in a word documentation as a timeline?

When providing Affidavits, do they need to be notarized?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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The description of the affidavit requirements in the current I-751 instructions makes no mention of notarization, so no, you don't need to notarize them.

We sent in just a stack of about a dozen photo prints, recently printed from digital files. I don't even think they were dated or timestamped. We did choose them so that they obviously covered a significant length of time (as evidenced by hairstyles, clothing, etc) and pointed out in the cover letter that they document participation in family functions and public identification as a married couple over the course of the marriage. We received no RFE or interview, so it must have been fine.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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The description of the affidavit requirements in the current I-751 instructions makes no mention of notarization, so no, you don't need to notarize them.

We sent in just a stack of about a dozen photo prints, recently printed from digital files. I don't even think they were dated or timestamped. We did choose them so that they obviously covered a significant length of time (as evidenced by hairstyles, clothing, etc) and pointed out in the cover letter that they document participation in family functions and public identification as a married couple over the course of the marriage. We received no RFE or interview, so it must have been fine.

Thank you Heatdeath

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