@ManhattanMedic , It's awkward since the stairs move slow and I literally need to watch every step, so I don't get my toes crushed every time, and if I move back a little and stand on my toes, it's 100% calves. But how do I get a "notarized" explanation of all my arrests? I figure I can just type it up and bring it
ran a 1.5 mile in 9 flat earlier today haven't ran in over 3 months my previous best was around 11 mins I haven't bn running but I've bn doing crossfit hard about 4-5x a week never felt stronger or faster its not a gimmick and ignore all the nay Sayers **** is real. Also those concerned about losing strength my squat deadlift bench shoulder press have all improved and I've introduced Olympic lifting such as snatches and jerks which are amazing.... So if anyone is ****tin a brick right now about the cpat or the run and your pressed for time to get in shape CROSSFIT
I can't say I know much about notarized explanations of anything, but the key word there is notary. Whatever you come up with will have to be taken to a notary, who will stamp/sign it saying that you swear that the information in the letter is truthful.
I remember thinking what an inconvenience it was bringing my lease agreement to a notary and that my landlord was paranoid. Now Iam soooo glad I did because that notary date and stamp being within in the resident time period is so helpful plus most bank branches have notaries present and is free if that's where your accounts are
Just an article about how Chief Justice Roberts seems to be working towards ending affirmative action once and for all. If the supreme court does this it'll all roll down hill and I doubt you'll ever hear the words disparate impact again.
When proving residency, are previous statements from banks, credit cards, utilities, downloaded online and printed out acceptable? I save everything but I don't have original invoices from 7/1/10 to 6/30/11
I called the providers directly (Sprint,TD Bank and ECT.) and asked for archived records, some charge a fee for anything past 24 months.
I'm just glad I don't have to prove residency. Seems like its kinda a pain in the rear.
So do you get one on one time with your investigator? Or do you just submit all paperwork?
for the residency, do they want the whole statement or just the first page that shows your name & address?
For residency points they don't accept stuff you printed ? I do majority of my bills online so I don't even get anything mailed to me.
Did someone answer that question regarding the whole statement vs just 1st page with address and date I have both but it's the difference of 100 or so pages. Just curious