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Hi Guys,

We are ready to send the forms along with the requirements, however, on the instruction sheet of the report to marriage, it states to sign the pictures at the right side of bottom front, but the pictures are too small. Has anybody from here submitted their forms with signed pictures? If so, where did you sign them? We are sending them to LA.

Thanks,


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Hi Guys,

We are ready to send the forms along with the requirements, however, on the instruction sheet of the report to marriage, it states to sign the pictures at the right side of bottom front, but the pictures are too small. Has anybody from here submitted their forms with signed pictures? If so, where did you sign them? We are sending them to LA.

Thanks,

Hi robacjd,

Can you please tell us which form or process are you talking about? It doesn't look like 751 or removing of condition as you seemed to be approved from your signature.

Thanks

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You're right Immigrant2009, well spotted. :thumbs:

It's too soon for them to be applying for citizenship so it's anyone's guess what 'forms' they are talking about.

If the OP updates us with what they're talking about I'll move this again - to the right forum this time. :)

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Hi Guys,

We are ready to send the forms along with the requirements, however, on the instruction sheet of the report to marriage, it states to sign the pictures at the right side of bottom front, but the pictures are too small. Has anybody from here submitted their forms with signed pictures? If so, where did you sign them? We are sending them to LA.

Thanks,

You can get them enlarged with a large enough border to put your signature.

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are you talking about the report on marriage to the Philippines consulate?

Yes, I am talking about report of marriage to the Philippines.


07/13/06 Mailed I-129F Petition

07/18/06 I-129F NOA1 (Receipt)

09/18/06 I-129F Approved

09/22/06 Sent To NVC

10/11/06 Received by Manila Consulate

12/27/06 Received appointment Letter (packet 4)

02/13/07 Interview Date

02/19/07 Visa Received

04/22/07 Fiancee arrived in the US

05/06/07 Married In Las Vegas

05/14/07 AOS Filed

05/22/07 NOA1 received

05/31/07 Received Biometrics notice

06/13/07 Received email of case sent to CSC

06/14/07 Biometrics Appointment (3:00pm) at Naperville, Illinois

06/20/07 Received notice that case was still pending at CSC

06/21/07 Touched

07/18/07 Touched

07/24/07 Card Production Ordered

07/31/07 Green Card Received

04/22/09 I-751 Filed

04/23/09 CSC received the package

05/07/09 Check Cashed

05/11/09 NOA Received

06/05/09 Biometrics notice received

06/16/09 Biometrics schedule

07/10/09 Got approval notice

07/20/09 10 year green card received

05/27/10 N-400 packet sent

05/28/10 Arizona office received the package

06/09/10 Check Cashed

06/14/10 NOA received (receipt date 06/08/10)

07/16/10 Biometrics schedule

08/16/10 Yellow letter received (receipt date 8/10/10)

10/26/10 Interview (Approved)

03/04/11 Oathtaking

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It's not clear but it sounds like the OP is doing a report of marriage to the Philippines consulate. :blink:

Yes, I will be submitting a form report of marraige to the Philippines consulate. Per form instruction, pictures should be signed at the right bottom front but the required picture size are too small. Has anybody done this report of marriage before?

Thanks and sorry about the confusion.


07/13/06 Mailed I-129F Petition

07/18/06 I-129F NOA1 (Receipt)

09/18/06 I-129F Approved

09/22/06 Sent To NVC

10/11/06 Received by Manila Consulate

12/27/06 Received appointment Letter (packet 4)

02/13/07 Interview Date

02/19/07 Visa Received

04/22/07 Fiancee arrived in the US

05/06/07 Married In Las Vegas

05/14/07 AOS Filed

05/22/07 NOA1 received

05/31/07 Received Biometrics notice

06/13/07 Received email of case sent to CSC

06/14/07 Biometrics Appointment (3:00pm) at Naperville, Illinois

06/20/07 Received notice that case was still pending at CSC

06/21/07 Touched

07/18/07 Touched

07/24/07 Card Production Ordered

07/31/07 Green Card Received

04/22/09 I-751 Filed

04/23/09 CSC received the package

05/07/09 Check Cashed

05/11/09 NOA Received

06/05/09 Biometrics notice received

06/16/09 Biometrics schedule

07/10/09 Got approval notice

07/20/09 10 year green card received

05/27/10 N-400 packet sent

05/28/10 Arizona office received the package

06/09/10 Check Cashed

06/14/10 NOA received (receipt date 06/08/10)

07/16/10 Biometrics schedule

08/16/10 Yellow letter received (receipt date 8/10/10)

10/26/10 Interview (Approved)

03/04/11 Oathtaking

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It's not clear but it sounds like the OP is doing a report of marriage to the Philippines consulate. :blink:

Yes, I will be submitting a form report of marraige to the Philippines consulate. Per form instruction, pictures should be signed at the right bottom front but the required picture size are too small. Has anybody done this report of marriage before?

Thanks and sorry about the confusion.

I am on process of reporting my marriage too but as I go through the requirements, the kind of requirements that you are asking is not on the requirements that I am looking. I am going to send it to San Francisco Consulate. Hmmmm, every philippine consulate has different requierments? :blink:

I hope somebody can clarify on this one.

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Hi Guys,

We are ready to send the forms along with the requirements, however, on the instruction sheet of the report to marriage, it states to sign the pictures at the right side of bottom front, but the pictures are too small. Has anybody from here submitted their forms with signed pictures? If so, where did you sign them? We are sending them to LA.

Thanks,

I signed my passport photos on the back. Are you talking about the passport photos? I personally appeared before the Philippine Embassy in San Francisco. The embassy has their own requirement for passport photo size. I paid $25 for the report of marriage and $50 for the renewal of passport.

Edited by Rocky_nBullwinkle

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Its says Photo ID so I assuming you just signed at the back of your photo ID.


MY TIMELINE

K-1 Journey

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Consulate : Singapore

05/21/07 : I-129F Sent

02/24/08 : INTERVIEW

12/12/07 : MEDICAL

01/09/08 : VISA IN HAND

03/06/08 : Arrive in the US, POE - DETROIT

AOS

03/28/08 : Mailed AOS Packet

04/12/08 : Receive NOA's AP, EAD

05/02/08 : BIOMETRICS

06/11/08 : EAD CARD IN THE MAIL!!!

07/02/08 : GREEN CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED

07/07/08 : GREEN CARD IN THE MAIL & WORKING

03/27/09 : Driver's License issued

Removing Condition

04/03/10 : mailed to Vermont

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05/20/10 : Biometrics Appt.

11/19/10 : Interview/Approval

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Welcome to Northwest IL. My wife knows two filipinas from the East Moline area.

I helped one of her friends change the passport pictures to royal blue for the Chicago consulate. I know she had to go to the consulate in person for the passport renewel. I will ask her where she signed the next time I see her online.


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3/23/14 - N400 package sent to Phoenix

3/27/14 - N400 package delivered

4/3/14 - NOA1 receipt date

4/4/14 - check cashed

04/29/14 - biometrics date

07/01/14 - interview date

xx/xx/xx - Oath Ceremony

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Hi Guys,

We are ready to send the forms along with the requirements, however, on the instruction sheet of the report to marriage, it states to sign the pictures at the right side of bottom front, but the pictures are too small. Has anybody from here submitted their forms with signed pictures? If so, where did you sign them? We are sending them to LA.

Thanks,

I did report our marriage last year to the Consulate in LA and we didn't sign the pictures, I guess that's a new requirement now? :unsure: Just sign on the back but you have to paste your pictures (husband and wife) on the appropriate boxes on the Forms anyway so signing on the back will be useless coz they won't see it. You can call the Philippine Consulate in LA and speak to one of the staff there for clarifications (213) 637-3021. Anyway, all applications submitted by mail, shall be notarized .Good luck.

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