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i-751- Affidavit for knowledge of relationship

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I am trying to get affidavit that is mentioned in i-751:

"Affidavits sworn to or affirmed by at least two people who have known both of you since your conditional residence was granted and have personal knowledge of your marriage and relationship."

 

Me and my wife don't have many friends as she moved from her hometown to another city with me after I got CR1 visa, I am wondering if it is ok to get affidavit from my family members in India. Although none of my family member have ever been to USA, but they know about our relationship.

 

Same is case with my wife's family members. They live in different cities and have not met us since I got CR1 visa.

 

Basically my main question is- the person writing this affidavit has to physically meet us after my CR1 visa?

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37 minutes ago, lmladreno said:

I am trying to get affidavit that is mentioned in i-751:

"Affidavits sworn to or affirmed by at least two people who have known both of you since your conditional residence was granted and have personal knowledge of your marriage and relationship."

 

Me and my wife don't have many friends as she moved from her hometown to another city with me after I got CR1 visa, I am wondering if it is ok to get affidavit from my family members in India. Although none of my family member have ever been to USA, but they know about our relationship.

 

Same is case with my wife's family members. They live in different cities and have not met us since I got CR1 visa.

 

Basically my main question is- the person writing this affidavit has to physically meet us after my CR1 visa?

I can't believe time went by so fast.. now we are already in ROC stage.. I am filling within 20 days. When its comes to affidavit it always good idea to get from your wife family. I got her from dad and her best friend. 


July 15, 2015: Got Married!

August 06, 2015: File I-130

August 20, 2015: NOA 1

May 20, 2016: NOA 1

May 25, 2016: NOA 1

May 20, 2016: Case Sent to NVC

...................................................................

NVC:

06/06/2016: Case received

06/22/2016: Case and IIN#

06/22/2016: Choice of Agent -DS-261

06/22/2016: AOS Fee Invoiced

06/22/2016AOS Fee Paid

06/22/2016: IV Fee Invoiced

06/22/2016: IV Fee Paid

07/08/2016DS-260 Completed

07/14/2016: Sent AOS & IV Packets

07/18/2016: Scan Date

08/19/2016: Checklist ( i received checklist for missing passport copy)

08/29/2016: Second Scan Date

10/12/2016: Supervisor's review

10/17/2016: Case Complete

11/23/2016: Interview Date (Approved)

 

Removal of Condition 🖤💖🖤

12/10/2018: Documents Mailed to Phoenix Lock box

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~~moved to ROC from IR1/CR1 progress reports. Topic is about ROC not IR1/CR1~~


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