U.S. Immigration Documents
The majority of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service forms submitted to the agency for naturalization or adjustment of an immigrant's status are not notarized. The USCIS form most often notarized is the Affidavit of Support.
While most USCIS forms themselves are not notarized, other documentation presented to the agency may require notarization, including affidavits presented in lieu of a birth certificate and the translator's declarations submitted to translate into English a vital record from another country.
Samples of documents used in conjunction with the USCIS may be viewed by clicking on the links below.