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signature on form G-352a!!!!

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I can sign my fiancee's signature very well and we just received RFE for form G-352a and letter of intent,.. Can I sign and complete the form? We are trying to send in the reply on time the long waiting is too much and sending letters from Nigeria could be another delay.

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I wouldn't. That could be considered signature fraud. Probably not good if they caught it and IMO not an honest move. Just fill it out and send it for their signature. It's cheaper in the long run to pay the postage, what ever it may be, than to risk rejection because of a fake signature. My 2 cents....


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I'd send it off for your fiance to do. Not worth the risk imo.


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signing someone elses name would be fraud in my opinion, not something that should be done in any circumstance. Just get the forms in the post to your fiance ASAP and get that ball rolling the honest way to prevent anything messing up your end goal :)
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Hello DonlovEss,

Did you submit unsigned documents in your original packet or signed scanned copies? I'm curious because my finance and I submitted scanned forms with signatures..

Thanks,

Ron

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Signatures on immigration forms must be originals and must be from the person the signature represents. When we filed we filled in one copy which he signed and then he signed a couple with just his basic info filled in so if I needed to make corrections I could.


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signing someone elses name would be fraud in my opinion, not something that should be done in any circumstance. Just get the forms in the post to your fiance ASAP and get that ball rolling the honest way to prevent anything messing up your end goal smile.png

Good luck

Agreed 100%. It is considered fraud and why chance it. Have him sign and send it to you. It will take few weeks to received and you still have time to submit it.

Edited by LoveNigarmostyle

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To save time, type it out yourself. be sure to put " I am legally able to marry XXXXXXXX. I understand that on K1 visa I must marry XXXXXX in 90 days of my arrival in the USA and plan to do so." (you can see example under "forms" k!visa . ) After typing, save as PDF and send them an email with letter attached. Don't forget to date letter. It MUST be original signature - not photocopy, nor forgery! Have them mail letter back to you. Save envelope when it comes to you - additional prof you know each other.

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