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Affidavit Sample to support marriage

Discussion in 'Family Based Green Card -Through Marriage/Relative' started by e17345, Oct 15, 2007.

  1. e17345

    e17345 Registered Users (C)

    Would anyone have a sample of an affadavid we are supposted to provide along with other supporting documents?
  2. beiwen

    beiwen Registered Users (C)

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  3. e17345

    e17345 Registered Users (C)

    You are the best! thank you!
  4. Triple Citizen

    Triple Citizen Registered Users (C)

    Just to let you know, affidavits for I-751 carry the least weight. Proof of financial cohabitation carries the most.
  5. beiwen

    beiwen Registered Users (C)

    Triple Citizen,
    I also heard affidavit for I-751 carry the least weight. I heard it from a notary who did all paperwork for an I-751 for a friend of mine... I was just wondering how do they know.... so, Triple Citzen how do you know that? how true is it?
  6. Triple Citizen

    Triple Citizen Registered Users (C)

    If you have proof of financial cohabitation, just lose the affidavits. I never used them for my I-751 and mine was approved in 75 days!!!
  7. pville85

    pville85 Registered Users (C)

    Kids and joint finances are the best types of evidence you can show to prove your marriage is real.But affidavits will not hurt your case,otherwise it wouldn't be listed on the instruction form,(I-130).The more proof you have the better for you.
  8. anastacea

    anastacea New Member

    Affidavits are not required

    Thank you for this important thread. So, affidavits are not required but optional? So, long as other evidence (financial etc.) is provided?
  9. Triple Citizen

    Triple Citizen Registered Users (C)


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