Do you have a sample I-129F cover letter?

sample i129f cover letterYou are not required to use a cover letter when filing Form I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiancé. However, an I-129F cover letter can be helpful to clarify the details of your petition.

Always keep your cover letter short and simple. Be concise when explaining the purpose of the letter.

Sample I-129F Cover Letter

CitizenPath offers a sample I-129F cover letters for your use. There is an example for fiancé-based petitions (K-1 visa request) and another example for spouse-based petitions (K-3 visa request). Select the one that matches your need and modify it for your use.

Sample Cover Letters for Form I-129F

Use these sample cover letters for Form I-129F as a guide. Do not submit any of these letters without updating them to fit your specific situation. What’s more, these sample cover letters are not comprehensive checklists for supporting documents. Use your filing instructions to confirm that you’ve included the correct supporting documentation with Form I-129F. It’s not mandatory to submit a cover letter when you file Form I-129F, but a cover letter can help to clarify the purpose of the petition and why your petition may require special attention.

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Where to Address Your Cover Letter

You may write your letter using the same address where you filed the I-129F petition. Refer to USCIS page for I-129F. Or, if you used CitizenPath’s I-129F preparation service, refer to the custom filing instructions that we provided to you.

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Source: USCIS