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Hey everyone, while I was visiting my fiancée in Dominican Republic we had her passport photos taken for the K1 application. However, after I returned I read that the photos must be signed and dated. my question is this, does she sign and date the photos or do I have to? If she does, then I will have to fedex them to her in the DR... on that note, anyone know a good courier service for the DR, DHL or Fedex?

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Rich & Idalia

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For my I-129F application, I attached 1 photo passport style of my fiance include his G-325A form, 1 photo passport style of me include my G-325A form. All the photos we wrote full name, date of birth, and signatures in the back of the photos.

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