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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Ireland

I think you do if you are using it to prove citizenship-someone else will let you know for sure!

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hi there

for our application i only photocopied the ones where they were stamped ...then i got them certified and sent them in ...we had no probs at all...

take care and good luck



11th Aug 2008 - Mailed I-751 to CSC.

12th Aug 2008 - Application received

14th Aug 2008 - Cheque cashed

18th Aug 2008 - Received NOA-dated the 12th

26th Aug 2008 - Received Biometrics letter

4th Sept 2008 - Biometrics-Detroit-Complete-'Touched'

5th Sept 2008 - 'Touched'

1st Dec 2008 - APPROVED-Card production ordered -112 days

8th Dec 2008 - USCIS mailed approval notice.

8th Dec 2008 - Received my 10 year Greencard in the mail. took 2 days.

Although I have the above date for approval my card actualy states the

2nd December..

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada

are we talking copies to prove citizenship, or copies for the stamps to prove visits?

To prove citizenship, you would need to copy every page.

To use as evidence.. I'm not sure. I hope not. I'd rather not send in the pages with my China visa... although I suppose that doesn't really matter.

How do you certify them as true copies, BTW?

04/13/06 - I-129F mailed

04/18/06 - NOA1

08/30/06 - NOA2

09/26/06 - received at NVC

09/27/06 - forwarded to consulate

20/11/06 - visa in my pocket!

14/01/07 - POE

13/04/07 - marriage

27/04/07 docs sent in for AOS, EAD, AP

26/06/07 - biometrics appointment

02/17/07 - AP and EAD arrive

03/03/08 - Infopass - where the heck is my AOS interview?? No one knows!

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i had all my pages copied and sent


Dec 10 - sent I130 for Mom & Dad

Jan- Recd NOA1

Feb- Recd RFE for missing BC

Mar- Recd RFE for missing BC

Apr- NOA2 Case approved

May- NVC case #

May- paid $88 AOS FEE

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines

If you're using your US passport as proof of citizenship, then you should make copies of ALL pages (as stated in the I129-F instructions.)

I only used mine to show my entry/exit to the Philippines. So I just made a copy of the first page and the pages containing those stamps. I can't say for sure if that was ok as I am still waiting for our approval. Someone who's been through it will probably respond. :thumbs:

Fate is building a bridge of chance for the one you love...

K1 (I-129F) to CSC to Manila Embassy, Philippines

Sent : 01-28-2006 / Interview: 09-14-2006 / POE: 10-11-2006 / Applied for SSN card: 11-17-2006 / Received SSN card: 11-27-2006 / Got Hitched: 11-09-2006 !!!

AOS and EAD Application

Sent via USPS Priority: 11-28-2006 / Received @ Chicago: 12-01-2006 / NOA1 AOS & EAD: 12-06-2006 / Biometrics Appt: 12-22-2006 / Interview Date: 03-13-2007 / EAD Card Production Ordered: 02-15-2007 / EAD Card Sent: 02-20-2007 / EAD Card Received: 02-22-2007

[Approved: 03-13-2007 / GC Received: 03-22-2007 / CA License Issued: 04-12-2007 / Removing Conditions: 12-13-2008]

Removing Conditions

Sent via USPS Priority: 12-19-2008 / Received @ CSC: 12-22-2008 / NOA: 12-25-2008 / Biometrics Appt: 01-14-2009 / Card Production ordered: 02-13-2009 / GC Received: sometime in March 2009

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If you're just using your passport to show evidence that you met your fiance in person, then you shouldn't need all the pages. I sent only a few pages showing the entry/exit stamps from my trip to the Philippines and we were approved with no problems.


04/23/05: Sent fiance petition (I-129F) to VSC

10/26/05: K-1 visa in hand

02/17/06: Flight to U.S. - POE Anchorage

03/01/06: We got married!!

03/04/06: Applied for Adjustment of Status

07/31/06: Received 2-Year Green Card in the mail

04/08/08: Sent application for Removal of Conditions to VSC

03/20/09: Received 10-year Green Card in the mail

04/11/09: Mailed N-400 application to Lewisville, TX Lockbox

08/18/09: Citizenship interview in Garden City, NY

08/27/09: Sworn in as a U.S. Citizen in Brooklyn Court House

08/29/09: Applied for U.S. Passport (routine service)

09/25/09: Received U.S. Passport in the mail

* Our Journey is Complete ! *

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HEY !!! Thanks to all that gave me your input.. I will be using my US passport to show citizenship for I-129F. I wasnt sure about making copies of ALL the pages so I called the USCIS. They were very helpful and said YES to copie ALL pages! Glad I checked on this because my Russian Fiancee' needed to copie ALL of hers too, NOT just the stamped pages.

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