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My Name got changed due to divorce. I will be sending the copies of my green card and divorce decree along with form I-90. Do I need to notarize the copies before sending in to USCIS?

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Certified (notarized) copies are normally not required for these filings. However, if it is something you have quick access to, it certainly does not hurt to include them. But the short answer is that no, this is not a requirement.

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No, USCIS does not require notarization.

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Not necessary.

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Notarization is not necessary, but certainly won't hurt. Best of luck.

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Notarization is not required.

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No. Regular copies are sufficient.

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