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Do we need a new photo for new green card? I don't see it says anywhere in the instruction but I want to make sure.

If I enclose our pictures, do I need to scan and print them, or just send as they are.

Thanks so much.

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no, dont send a picture, they will give you another biometrics appointment where they take your picture and fingerprints


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01/10/2008 I-751 send to NSC

01/14/2008 I-751 arrived at NSC

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01/22/2008 recieved NOA1 dated 01/14 case got transfered to CSC

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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yeah, they will take your passport photos..

but if you want to include some pictures as evidence I would just scan them and print them off or copy them etc...

I-751 dose not require passport photos, and USCIS will schedule a biometrics appointment to take a new picture and fingerprints.

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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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yeah, they will take your passport photos..

but if you want to include some pictures as evidence I would just scan them and print them off or copy them etc...

I-751 dose not require passport photos, and USCIS will schedule a biometrics appointment to take a new picture and fingerprints.

that is what I meant.... :P they will take your passport photos at the BIO appointment , I didn't add the last part because the person above me already mentioned that....

and the OP was asking about including personal pics as evidence so I was answering her question...


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