Please keep in mind that affidavits are given diminished weight. It would be best if your witness was available to testify before the immigration court. This witness statement will be given very little weight if the document is not notarized as the identity is not verified and the person is not affirming the truth of what is written. That being said some evidence is better than none. Your witness should explore other notary options and if it is not possible explain the reason the document is not notarized and provide a copy of his idebtification. You would be best advised to schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to explore ither options.
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Please tell us that you're not really thinking of going to court without an attorney.
Please, hire an immigration attorney.
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Hire a lawyer. Doing an immigration trial without an attorney is reckless.
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