If you did the work and the Goodwill person approved it, there's no fraud. Fraud occurs in this context when you (anyone else) signs off on work that you did not do and try to trick the court into believing you did the work. No one will care that you prepared the paperwork for someone to sign, provided it is accurate and you actually did the work.
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I suggest you stay calm and wait. Everything is most likely going to be okay. It would be fraud if you didn't work the hours or if you forged the signature. The fact that you filled it in and she reviewed and signed it should protect you. I would not worry about it.
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