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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: England
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Quick question does the intending immigrant have to copy ALL pages of her passport or do they just need the BIO PAGE AND ANY STAMPS inside the passport?

THANKS!

ALSO, do i need to make a copy of my I-20? and where should i put it?

Edited by pinayangelus

May 2002 -- Met online.

07/16/02 -- Decided to start a long distance relationship.

01/09/04 -- Finally met him in person when he visited me in London, UK.

June & Dec 04 -- Visited him in Los Angeles, CA.

07/10/05 -- Arrived in the U.S. on F-1 Visa.

07/18/05 -- Got married in Las Vegas, NV.

01/08/09 -- Visited London, UK with him.

06/12/09 -- My graduation, F-1 Visa expires in 60 days.

07/30/09 -- Sent off I-485 and I-130 TODAY!

08/02/09 -- Delivered to Chicago Lockbox @ 9.35pm.

08/05/09 -- Checks cashed.

08/08/09 -- Recieved 4 NOA-1's (I-130, I-485, I-131 and I-765).

08/11/09 -- Recieved Biometrics Appointment for 08/28/09 @ 10am.

08/13/09 -- Early (Walk-In) Biometrics taken today.

08/28/09 -- Original Biometrics Appointment.

09/08/09 -- Recieved Interview Appointment in Los Angeles, CA for 10/09/09 @ 9.45am.

09/15/09 -- EAD card production ordered.

09/16/09 -- AP document approval notice sent.

09/22/09 -- AP document recieved.

09/22/09 -- EAD approval notice recieved.

09/23/09 -- EAD recieved.

09/24/09 -- Applied for SSN.

10/02/09 -- Recieved SSN in the mail.

10/09/09 -- Interview Appointment in Los Angeles, CA @ 9.45am. APPROVED

10/15/09 -- Green card production ordered.

10/16/09 -- Recieved I-485 and I-130 Approval/Welcome letter.

10/21/09 -- Green Card recieved, IN HAND.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Quick question does the intending immigrant have to copy ALL pages of her passport or do they just need the BIO PAGE AND ANY STAMPS inside the passport?

THANKS!

I submitted only the bio page, page with the visa, page with the entry stamp and the I-94. Copy of the I-20 probably is a good idea...

Edited by payxibka

YMMV

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