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Happy New Year VJ Users! A question on how to send the I-751 packet - I have finally gathered all necessary documents and evidence to file the I-751 and all in all, it's very thick and I would have to bind them altogether. I do not want to risk all pages being scattered and everything would make zero sense. So, I am planning to bind it all together but the question is, where is a good place to punch holes in? Top or bottom? Have you guys had difficulty punching holes on the left side of the document and having some letters omitted because of the holes in document? I appreciate everyones feedback. Thanks!

 

Additional Question: If punching holes is not an option, what's a better way to secure all documents together when the USCIS reviewer review the petition? I don't want a single page coming out of the pile and the reviewer doesn't know where to put it back in. Thanks!

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https://www.uscis.gov/forms/forms-and-fees/general-tips-assembling-applications-mailing

 

USCIS recommends two-hole punching at the top but you can do as you like. If you want to be extra careful, you can add your name and alien number wherever applicable, so that if a paper comes off, the IO will know where to put it back. Good luck!

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I never punched any holes. 

I used cover letters for all my applications as a table of contents, and clipped the top of each package with a large binder clip. Smaller paper clips within the larger package were also used for documents of more than one page. 

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