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i-751 waiver - Ex wife asking for a Affidavit support letter

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hello everyone, I need your help please, My ex wife is asking me for an affidavit support letter to testify about our good faith marriage. Any tipsor suggestions on how to write the letter, like how long does it have to be, notarized?, what kind of details to include. Thanks in advanced. 

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In what context? Removal of conditions?


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She does not need an affidavit from you. She needs to apply for ROC with a divorce waiver. Nothing is needed from you.

 

If you want to provide her a letter stating that the marriage was entered in good faith, you can if that is true. But an affidavit of support is not needed by her.

 

 


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Posted (edited)

you want to do an affidavit of support for ROC that she could take to a court using it for financial support????

i wouldn't

i would say we were truly in love when we married and both of us are sorry the marriage didn't work out 

 

sample of affadivit letter is online just google it

1st paragraph is name and address, etc

2nd says what you want to say that your marriage is bona fida

not hard to do one / just get it signed in front of a notary

Edited by adil-rafa

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OP just has the terminology wrong, and you guys are misinterpreting what he is saying.

 

OP you don't need a specific format.  If you want to help your ex-wife with a letter stating your marriage was genuine you may do so.  Just do it in your own words.  It doesn't need to be notarized but likely it would gain slightly more weight because at least then the IO will know that YOU signed it and she didn't just draft a random letter. 

Edited by NikLR

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Here is an example. Write a few paragraphs, one or two pages total:

- Pupose of letter

- How you met

- How/why you got married

- Relationship during marriage, things you did together

- Why the relationship didn't work, why you decided to get divorced

- Write the conclusion stating that the marriage was entered into in good faith, and that you support her removal of conditions.

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