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Hey!! Hope all is good with everyone. So my form I130 got approved in February and they initiate the processing and now I just received a letter from USCIS asking me for a request for initial evidence of BONA FIDE MARRIAGE. So the thing is I have never been to USA and the USCIS is asking for the evidences like property leases, mortgages, or registrations. Now I want to know what kind of evidences should I send them to prove that our marriage is bona fide? I am already sending them the evidences like the conversation between me and my wife, money transfer transaction, emails, pictures, and affidavits. Would anyone please let me know if I have to send the USCIS a notarised/attested affidavits or it’s other way round? I’d be so grateful for any kind of help. Thank you!!
Hello from Turkey, I am collecting documents to submit an i-130 for my husband to get a cr1 visa. Do documents such as the following need to be notarized after being translated? -marriage license -apartment contract where we live together -bank statement of our joint account
Hi everyone, my USC fiance and I are applying for a marriage license in my country, Vietnam. We're expecting to get the license by the end of November. He's in Vietnam right now and will come back to the US at the end of the month when we get the license. I want to prepare as many documents as possible on my end so that he can take it with him to the US for the I-130 package. My main question is: Do we have to get a notarized translation copy of the marriage license? Do we have to get the translation copy or original copy legalized by the embassy? I read that I don't need to go through an agency for this but want to double check. If you can point me to a link from the US government's website, that would be greatly appreciated as well. There are services in my country where they would translate then notarize that translation copy. Thank you!
Hi! May i know if some documents, such as copy of naturalization certificate, copy of unexpired passport, etc., needs to be notarized? Also, my american husband is filing i-130 for me and we have a 3-month old baby. Does he still need to include our baby in the petition since we’re gonna file for CRBA for her anyway? Thanks in advance!