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I agree with what was said above. Just prepare dated letters of intent now, so that you can send them right away in case you get an RFE. Then you don't need to waste time by getting the signature of your spouse, since mail across the ocean takes a few days, and the signature should be real instead of a scan.

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19 minutes ago, Kürbis&Tannenbaum said:

I agree with what was said above. Just prepare dated letters of intent now, so that you can send them right away in case you get an RFE. Then you don't need to waste time by getting the signature of your spouse, since mail across the ocean takes a few days, and the signature should be real instead of a scan.

Intent letter does not require a wet signature.   Print, sign, scan, email , reprint takes but a few minutes 


YMMV

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