A handwritten letter of intent is just fine as long as long as it memorializes an authentic intent to marry. I suggest you write it legibly.
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I have met people who can read but cannot seem to decipher handwriting. If the persons looking over your file cannot understand what you wrote, they likely will deny your file.
Given the easy availability of computers (and typewriters), you should make your file easy to read and reduce your chances of being denied.
I agree. No one is requied to have a computer or type. You may handwrite it very legibly.
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