My attorney says that my fiancee will only be signing the G-325A form and Letter of intent with her name on it. Originals are not required from her. She can print, sign, scan and email forms to me. Less work for us, however, I'd like to have second opinion about it to make sure we are not hurting ourselves.
What is your opinion, are originals required or not? And why?
You should listen to your counsel advice. Otherwise, why to have a counsel?
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I generally have clients submit the original signatures on g-325s.
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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