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Affidavit of Support I-864 Signature

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Hi All,

 

NVC accepts Copies of and Scanned I-864 forms without wet/Ink signatures.

Do Consulates accept the same? Should I Fedex my wife a copy with ink/wet signature?

Thanks,

D.

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2 hours ago, Derik-Lina said:

Hi All,

 

NVC accepts Copies of and Scanned I-864 forms without wet/Ink signatures.

Do Consulates accept the same? Should I Fedex my wife a copy with ink/wet signature?

Thanks,

D.

You wife must bring the original signed from you to visa interview. I just got mine in these few days via her friend who came here. 

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Morocco requires original signature ,also when you download the form to be filled make sure the form has a current date as of all uscis forms have expiration dates( for instance some forms have 11/20/2018 as expiration date ,you may download them today and fill them couple days later )  that make the form invalid,you can send them , or have them sent to you by DHL ,they are extremely fast (2 to 3 days ) little pricey  around USD100 0r USD150 .good luck

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23 minutes ago, Notapplicable said:

Morocco requires original signature ,also when you download the form to be filled make sure the form has a current date as of all uscis forms have expiration dates( for instance some forms have 11/20/2018 as expiration date ,you may download them today and fill them couple days later )  that make the form invalid,you can send them , or have them sent to you by DHL ,they are extremely fast (2 to 3 days ) little pricey  around USD100 0r USD150 .good luck

They should accept copies: 

 

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11 hours ago, Mara0899 said:

You wife must bring the original signed from you to visa interview. I just got mine in these few days via her friend who came here. 

Thanks for your input. However, I found out ink/wet signature is not necessary anymore;

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/the-immigrant-visa-process/interview/interview-prepare/required-documents.html

- A signed Affidavit of Support from your petitioner and any additional financial sponsors who submitted a Form I-864 on behalf of your visa application.  Applicants may bring photocopies and scanned versions of signed Forms I-864 and associated documents. (Please note that the form must still be signed; typed names and electronic signatures will not be accepted.)


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March 26, 2009: We become a couple!
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April 22, 2011: Mailed I-130 to Chicago
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