Can I submit I-864 by mail?

Can I submit I-864 by mail?

Can I submit I-864 by mail?

When the National Visa Center (NVC) mails you a Form I-864, complete it and mail it back to the NVC along with supporting documents. Follow the instructions provided by the NVC, because in some cases, they may be different.

Where do I mail form I-864?

Form I-864 is accessible via the Consular Electronic Application Center. You can also file it directly with USCIS along with your I-130 or I-129F and send it to the USCIS Chicago lockbox.

Which documents should I send with I-864 affidavit of Support?

For U.S. citizens or U.S. nationals, a copy of your birth certificate, passport, or Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship. For lawful permanent residents, a copy of both sides of your Form I-551, Permanent Resident Card (also known as a Green Card).

How do I submit form I-864?

If you received Form I-864 through the National Visa Center (NVC), you can submit it online through the Consular Electronic Application Center (CEAC).

How do I write a Affidavit of support letter?

An Affidavit of Support must contain the following:

  1. The person providing the Affidavit of Support’s full name, address, date, and place of birth.
  2. They should explain what their relationship with you and your spouse is (for example, friend or pastor)
  3. They must explain how they came to know you.

Where do I mail my NVC?

NVCelectronic@state.gov
Email Processing Required Submitting documents by email when not instructed to will delay the processing of your case. Scan and save your financial forms and evidence, supporting civil documents, and translations as a PDF file. Then send them to NVCelectronic@state.gov as attachments to an email.

How do I submit my i-864 to NVC?

We recommend completing Affidavit of Support forms on a computer or typewriter, with answers typed in CAPITAL letters. After the form is completed, upload, and submit the signed form to NVC via CEAC along with the sponsor’s supporting financial evidence.

Does I-864 need to be notarized?

The form does NOT have to be notarized. The sponsor must sign the form, even if a joint sponsor also submits an I-864 to meet the income requirement. However, when signing the form, under the penalty of perjury, the sponsor certifies that all the information and documents provided are true and correct.

How do I submit my affidavit of support to NVC?

Does affidavit letter of support need to be notarized?

The letter does not need to be notarized, but it is important to include a sworn statement that states, “I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the foregoing is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.” The petitioner should understand that an affidavit is only supporting evidence.