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Old 11-12-07, 12:03 AM   #1
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I-129F Fiance(e) - Letter of Intent

I am about to file I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiancée. First I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all those people who have it possible to have such a forum. It’s really fantastic and very helpful. There are tons of practical information. Having said that, I would very much appreciate your input as regards the following issues:
1. Provide original statements from you and your fiancé(e) whom you plan to marry within 90 days of his or her admission, and copies of any evidence you wish to submit to establish your mutual intent:
(a) Should both my fiancée and I write a letter of intent? Or would only one from me ( I am the petitioner) be enough? /
(b) What about copies of evidence to establish mutual intent ? Yes, I did read in the forum that engagement ring receipt could be provided? However, while I did give her an engagement ring, I don’t have the receipt. We got engaged in 2004, but I could not petition for a fiancée visa since I was a US resident at that time and we could not get married in our own country. What else could I provide as evidence?
© Is it also essential to have the letter of intent endorsed by a notary?
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a) Letter of Intent from each of you. You can find a couple of example Letters of Intent in the Documents and Example Forms dropdown menu at the top left in the menu bar. Look under the Examples heading.

b) The letters of intent are generally sufficient. If you wish to provide further evidence of that intent you can do so but it isn't a requirement. As you don't have an engagement ring receipt, perhaps other members may be able to offer you some other suggestions.

c) They do not need to be notorized.


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