Thanks for the information.
Rest assured that you did not miss it on the form, but it is a separate document that each of your should have provided, as part of the petition packet. No big issue, though, as they've given you an opportunity to fix this deficiency in the petition.
It is a very simple fix, actually. All you and she have to do is prepare a statement/letter with a very simple sentence or two. For example:
"This letter serves as my declaration of intent to marry my fiance, XXXX XXXX.
I, XXX XXXX, do hereby state that I am legally able and willing to marry XXX XXXXXX, and intend to do so within 90 days of her arrival into the US with her K-1 Fiance visa."
Pretty simple and straightforward.
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