It is mandatory to submit Intent to Marry Letter when petitioning Form I-129F, which is a petition for Alien Fiancé. The letter will include the statement of Intent of Marry by the beneficiary that will include the list of the supporting documents that will be attached with your application and will also contain the signature of the petitioner and the beneficiary.
[Beneficiary Street Address]
[Beneficiary City, Region, country, mailing code]
(appropriate USCIS address)
Re: Letter of Intent to Marry
I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiancé
Petitioner's [Full Name]
Beneficiary's [Fiancé's Name]<
I, [Beneficiary Full Name], hereby certify that I am the fiancé; beneficiary of [Petitioner Full Name], who is a U.S citizen, as well as my petitioner for the I-129F.
I am submitting this Letter of Intent to Marry as proof that I intend to marry [Petitioner Full Name] within 90 days after the approval of my K-1 Fiancé Visa.
I further certify that I have the legal ability to marry within my country of [insert country].
Please find attached the following supporting documents as further evidence of our impending marital ceremony:
- Chat records of our marriage plan discussions;
- Marriage invitation
- Wedding contract for ceremony
- [List other items]
- [List other items]
Lastly, all submitted documents are true copies of the originals, unaltered and translated (if applicable).
Should you have any questions, concerns or require additional evidence, please contact at [insert address].
Thank you kindly for your time and consideration in this matter.
[Full Name with signature above]
[Witness Name with Signature above]
[Witness to Signature]
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