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K1 Letter of Intent to Marry Signature Recency

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Hello,

 

I received a wet signature from the beneficiary dating back to August, however I delayed my filing of the visa due to various circumstances regarding my employment confirmation status. Is there any issue if the signature is dated back to August on her part?

 

Additionally, I had begun filing the visa in july - therefore my signature on the petitioner marriage letter also dates back to July. However, I would assume me filing the visa amongst other included paperwork would imply that my intent to marry is still clear/obvious?

 

Will any of the above be a problem?

 

Thanks

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59 minutes ago, redcia48 said:

Hello,

 

I received a wet signature from the beneficiary dating back to August, however I delayed my filing of the visa due to various circumstances regarding my employment confirmation status. Is there any issue if the signature is dated back to August on her part?  Wet signature is not required.  Employment 'confirmation status' is not required at the petition level.

 

Additionally, I had begun filing the visa in july - therefore my signature on the petitioner marriage letter also dates back to July. However, I would assume me filing the visa amongst other included paperwork would imply that my intent to marry is still clear/obvious?  Never assume.  Personally, I would update the letters before filing, to reduce chance of RFIE.  You do not need a wet signature.  Beneficiary can write, sign, and scan/email a copy to you in a matter of minutes.

 

Btw, by 'visa,' you must mean 'petition.'   You are petitioning someone who will become eligible to apply for a visa at a later date.  Semantics matter for US immigration.

 

Will any of the above be a problem?

 

Thanks

 

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