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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico

what is the general thought about highliting areas of the supporting evidence to help in finding pertinent pieces of information :help: thanks AL

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada

Depends on the evidence.

If you feel like it will be difficult for them to find the part that pertains to your HSL then yes highlight.

If it is a LONG piece of evidence and you are enclosing all pages, but only have a few pertinent pieces then yes highlight.

In short evidence--unless charts of requirements--No need.

I had a 16 page report on the schools in hubby's city and it turns out the class I teach is only taught in 2 out of 16 English language schools in his area as opposed to multiple teachers in every school in my city. I was trying to make the comparison of the fact that each year I'm offered 5 teaching positions in my field, yet in his city there aren't 5 positions period. So I enclosed the 20 page brochure and highlighted the only 2 mentions of my subject to show that it doesn't exist anywhere else.

I also made a copy (for financial hardships) of the poverty level/sponsorship requirements for both countries and compared what I make here to what hubby makes in his city and highlighted our proof of income and the level that we were expected to make in each country--just to make it easier.

Otherwise I didn't highlight.

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