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VJ'ers,

 

Question is about letters of support on our relationship from family members. I've been searching on google on what letters of support may look like but came up empty. I want to be prepared early for everything we need for the interview. My fiance's interview is not yet scheduled as we are still waiting for NOA2 (NOA1 Oct 4th, Jordan). But it may take some time to collect these letters as I need to reach out to both sides and make trips out to see everyone.

 

1. Do all letters from family need to be notarized?

2. How many letters should I collect? My fiance's family is huge here in the states and there are quite a few I can collect aside from my own.

3. Can any of you show me what your letters looked like and of course redacting the personal info?

 

Thanks Much!

Good luck to those of us still waiting on NOA2's and Interviews.

 

 


 

 

 

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Each individual will have a different experience of you as a couple so there can be no template

 

1. No

2. I would go for those who really know you both. Quality first.

3. I can not did not do it.


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Just now, Boiler said:

Each individual will have a different experience of you as a couple so there can be no template

 

1. No

2. I would go for those who really know you both. Quality first.

3. I can not did not do it.

Thank you. Yes all his family is quality so I guess Ill collect from his aunts and uncles here as they know us best. Thanks again and have an awesome weekend! 😄


 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

I had my mom write a letter, my beneficiary's parents and his brother. 

 

My mom wrote factual information about how she has seen me video chat and message him, dates she knows that I went to visit him,  and her speaking to him on video chat. She also wrote about how she approves of relationship and hopes to meet him in person soon. She didn't use a template or anything, just used her own words. 

 

His brother and parents also wrote factual letters about when they met me and gave their approval as well. 

 

I think its more important to have letters from family or close friends and have them written with their own voices to show authenticity. 

 

Good luck!

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1 hour ago, Mezyan said:

I had my mom write a letter, my beneficiary's parents and his brother. 

 

My mom wrote factual information about how she has seen me video chat and message him, dates she knows that I went to visit him,  and her speaking to him on video chat. She also wrote about how she approves of relationship and hopes to meet him in person soon. She didn't use a template or anything, just used her own words. 

 

His brother and parents also wrote factual letters about when they met me and gave their approval as well. 

 

I think its more important to have letters from family or close friends and have them written with their own voices to show authenticity. 

 

Good luck!

Thank you for that! Were those letter notarized? Were they in native language or in English? 


 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Mezyan said:

I didn't get anything notarized. 

 

My mom's was actually just an email to me I printed out. 

 

One was written in arabic and then translated to english. We had translator sign the document too. 

Thank you for the great info!


 

 

 

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