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Hi,

My fiance is busy and I'm doing practically the whole package (except the letter of intent to marry). I'm shipping them over via Fedex/DHL later to the US for his signature, final go through, and to add other items that I can't do.

I'm okay with this because otherwise, we'll take longer. But will this matter to the USCIS officers? Will they know?

Thank you,

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Hi,

My fiance is busy and I'm doing practically the whole package (except the letter of intent to marry). I'm shipping them over via Fedex/DHL later to the US for his signature, final go through, and to add other items that I can't do.

I'm okay with this because otherwise, we'll take longer. But will this matter to the USCIS officers? Will they know?

Thank you,

Just make sure not to send to the embassy whereever, my fiancee was helping me too, well actually she did most of the packet..lol..but she understood that im busy. so i got the packet and I also included forms that needed my signature. everything looks great. she sent it through Fedex. no prob! I'm sending the packet to dallas lockbox.


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Hi,

My fiance is busy and I'm doing practically the whole package (except the letter of intent to marry). I'm shipping them over via Fedex/DHL later to the US for his signature, final go through, and to add other items that I can't do.

I'm okay with this because otherwise, we'll take longer. But will this matter to the USCIS officers? Will they know?

Thank you,

How would they know? Just make sure he checks it through thoroughly and signs where he needs to.

It doesn't really matter who fills it in so long as it is accurate and truthful and the person signing the declaration understands everything on the form.


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How would they know? Just make sure he checks it through thoroughly and signs where he needs to.

It doesn't really matter who fills it in so long as it is accurate and truthful and the person signing the declaration understands everything on the form.

I agree

Oh! Thanks so much for the quick response! So helpful. Yep, trust us girls to post the pics, and pore over mountains of conversations and email logs.=D haha!

i did too! LOL

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Oh! Thanks so much for the quick response! So helpful. Yep, trust us girls to post the pics, and pore over mountains of conversations and email logs.=D haha!

Not a problem. It's a think clearbook that she sent me.LOL a little bit expensive but okay. Worth it because if i did it myself it would take months to finish organizing! is it thick package or thin?


~Our Story~


Early 2009: Met through a website called Friendster


12-15-2009: Became Lovers


04-02-2013: Went to the Philippines to be with Jen and i proposed to her for marriage


-We spent 11 unforgettable days together, went to Cebu and Bohol-





K1 Journey



6-11-13 I-129f Packet sent


6-14-13 USCIS received the application


6-18-13 Received text from USCIS with receipt number WACxxxxxxxxxx


6-20-13 Alien Registration number changed


6-24-13 NOA1 Hard Copy




~Ray and Jen~

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How would they know? Just make sure he checks it through thoroughly and signs where he needs to.

It doesn't really matter who fills it in so long as it is accurate and truthful and the person signing the declaration understands everything on the form.

Signing the Declaration? What do you mean? She signed the Forms that needed her signatures i mean d g325a and the letters intent to marry letter.


~Our Story~


Early 2009: Met through a website called Friendster


12-15-2009: Became Lovers


04-02-2013: Went to the Philippines to be with Jen and i proposed to her for marriage


-We spent 11 unforgettable days together, went to Cebu and Bohol-





K1 Journey



6-11-13 I-129f Packet sent


6-14-13 USCIS received the application


6-18-13 Received text from USCIS with receipt number WACxxxxxxxxxx


6-20-13 Alien Registration number changed


6-24-13 NOA1 Hard Copy




~Ray and Jen~

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Signing the Declaration? What do you mean? She signed the Forms that needed her signatures i mean d g325a and the letters intent to marry letter.

Signing a form is often known as a "declaration" (as signing a form is a declaration that you have understood the contents and have answered truthfully to the best of your knowledge etc etc. Legal stuff!). That's all I meant. I think the I-129f actually refers to signing it as a "certification", now I think about it.

Don't worry - I just meant "signed". Sounds all good. :)


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Signing a form is often known as a "declaration" (as signing a form is a declaration that you have understood the contents and have answered truthfully to the best of your knowledge etc etc. Legal stuff!). That's all I meant. I think the I-129f actually refers to signing it as a "certification", now I think about it.

Don't worry - I just meant "signed". Sounds all good. smile.png

Oh !!! LOL! You made me worried bro! LOL! Yeah I am the Petitioner and i'ver read it and understood, thanks bro! but the Part E of I129F we leave it blank it says''other than above'' :D


~Our Story~


Early 2009: Met through a website called Friendster


12-15-2009: Became Lovers


04-02-2013: Went to the Philippines to be with Jen and i proposed to her for marriage


-We spent 11 unforgettable days together, went to Cebu and Bohol-





K1 Journey



6-11-13 I-129f Packet sent


6-14-13 USCIS received the application


6-18-13 Received text from USCIS with receipt number WACxxxxxxxxxx


6-20-13 Alien Registration number changed


6-24-13 NOA1 Hard Copy




~Ray and Jen~

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Oh !!! LOL! You made me worried bro! LOL! Yeah I am the Petitioner and i'ver read it and understood, thanks bro! but the Part E of I129F we leave it blank it says''other than above'' biggrin.png

Yep. That's just if you have a lawyer doing it (most commonly).


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7th May 2013 - I-130 filed
4th June 2013 - NOA2 (approved)
16th July 2013 - Interview (approved)
30th July 2013 - POE San Francisco
29th August 2013 - 2 year green card arrived

 

* How? Read my DCF London I-130 for CR1/IR1 Spouse Guide

* Removal of Conditions (RoC) via California Service Centre
1st May 2015 - 90 day RoC window opened
6th May 2015 - I-751 filed (delivered 8th May, cheque cashed 18th May)
7th August 2015 - Approved / GC production

27th August 2015 - 10 year green card arrived

* Naturalisation (Citizenship) via Phoenix Lockbox

* San Francisco Field Office:
1st May 2016 - N-400 window opened
20th August 2016 - N-400 filed

26th August 2016 - NOA1
13th September 2016 - Biometrics

12th January 2017 - Biometrics (again)
30th May 2017 - Interview (approved)
7th June 2017 - Oath

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Yep. That's just if you have a lawyer doing it (most commonly).

Thanks bro it made me check the Form LOL!


~Our Story~


Early 2009: Met through a website called Friendster


12-15-2009: Became Lovers


04-02-2013: Went to the Philippines to be with Jen and i proposed to her for marriage


-We spent 11 unforgettable days together, went to Cebu and Bohol-





K1 Journey



6-11-13 I-129f Packet sent


6-14-13 USCIS received the application


6-18-13 Received text from USCIS with receipt number WACxxxxxxxxxx


6-20-13 Alien Registration number changed


6-24-13 NOA1 Hard Copy




~Ray and Jen~

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I did all the paperwork too and organized the package and made sure my fiancé gathered the information he required. It's all fine that way. It probably makes for less omissions and mistakes. Worked fine for us, good luck!


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Not a problem. It's a think clearbook that she sent me.LOL a little bit expensive but okay. Worth it because if i did it myself it would take months to finish organizing! is it thick package or thin?

Hi!

Its a thinner package I suppose. I just printed out dashboards of emails and blog posts, and the most recent skype conversations. I don't think I could print out 4.5 years worth of text =D

Actually, I did send a clearbook binder too at first, through a friend who was travelling to the US back in January.

But I read through the forums here that it is preferred that the application be sent in a folder instead. And then the forms changed in February, so I have to redo it, now that I have more time myself. I'm in the middle of putting tabs now. I don't know if I'm going to make it before the Fedex/DHL kiosk at the mall closes. I'll send it tomorrow. =D

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It is fine from legality point of view. From how complete the package is point of view - depends on the level of you English comprehension. For example, I was not confident in my wife's (then fiancee) ability to do this and I WAS busy. So, I hired a lawyer to do that.

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