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E-filed renewal EAD - Supporting documents?

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I E-filed to renew my EAD for a second time and at the end it says to mail in supporting documents if the document requires any. I looked on their site, and I know it clearly states not to send in pictures, but what about other supporting documents you need to send in if you were to just mail your I-765 (paper based) in? On the instructions for the paper-based I-765 it says: "If you are MAILING your application to USCIS, you must also submit: A. Copy of I-94.... B. Copy of last EAD ... C. You must also submit 2 identical photographs .... " So, again, since I'm not mailing does that mean I do not have to send in any of those documents? i researched about this a little online, and some people have said if you e-file you don't have to send anything any, but then some say to mail the documents in. So, i guess I wanted to see what everyone thought?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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When I e-filed for my second EAD I then sent the supporting documentation along with the receipt from the efiling by mail to the appropriate address. You do need to submit the documentation. E-filing allows them to get the initial application there faster and 'in line' plus it guarantees that they have received the payment. They still need the other documents for the eventual processing.


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