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I-134 Form

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Nigeria
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Yes, the 1-134 has to be NOTORIZED by a PUBLIC NOTARY in the U.S for it to be accepted at the consulate.

It also has to be dated. (very close to the Interview date)


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Yes, it does have to be notarized. As far as being dated very close to interview, that's questionable, it doesn't have to be within, like, 3 days or something, but it should be relatively close (less than a couple months or so I would say)


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02/02/2015 - Filed Dallas lockbox. Atlanta office.

02/13/2015 - NOA received

03/10/2015 - Biometrics

03/12/2015 - In-Line for Interview

04/09/2015 - E-notification for Interview Letter

05/18/2015 - Interview - passed!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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If my fiance comes with me to the interview, does it still need to be noterized? It seems pretty silly to do that if he is standing beside me to prove that he signed it.

Should we get it done anyway? The reason that I ask is that my fiance is in Canada with me right now. To have it notorized in the US, we will have to go back across the border, get it notorized, and then come back into Canada to have our interview in Vancouver. Is it really necessary?

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If my fiance comes with me to the interview, does it still need to be noterized? It seems pretty silly to do that if he is standing beside me to prove that he signed it.

Should we get it done anyway? The reason that I ask is that my fiance is in Canada with me right now. To have it notorized in the US, we will have to go back across the border, get it notorized, and then come back into Canada to have our interview in Vancouver. Is it really necessary?

YES he still has to have the I-134 Notorised!!

maybe you can email the Embassy to see if they have a notary & if he could get it dont there???

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April/04/2005- Visa journey began!!

We did both K3 & CR1 visa's, got both!!- I returned to England for my CR1 interview after first arriving on a K3 visa!!

May/25th 2006- Green card arrives in the mail................YAY!!

19th June 2006 I Had to go to the Social Security Office to get my number, the DS-230 didnt work for me!!

26-June-2006- Social Security# arrived in the mail....YAY!!

Feb 2008 lift conditions <<<reminder to self!!<<<< went to England for a visit instead, no rush right, 90 days is a long time,LOL

Removing Conditions Begins

Mailed I-751 April 12th 2008

signed for @ NSC April 16th

NOA date April 16th

Conditional GC expired May 5th 2008

Biometrics Detroit May 10th 2008

10 year Green card ordered August 20th 2008

Citizenship any time from feb 2009

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