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1. When copying passport........All Pages of the Passport?

2. When sending proof of death beneficiary, my company had us fill out a basic sheet with the company name " Lincoln" that we use, and filed it ......Will this be sufficient? Its in my own handwriting.

3. Can we place all photos in a plastic bag as we did before?

Thanks!


David & Jenny

Removing Conditions

5-24-2010 - Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center via USPS (receipt/signature required)

5-25-2010 - Delivered to Vermont Service Center & Signed For

6-1-2010 - I-751 Receipt Notice Received in Mail (dated 5/26/10)

*time Passed

7-30-2010 - Biometrics date: August 13, 2010

8-13-2010 - Biometrics Finished

*time passed

8-30-2010 - email received 'card production ordered'

8-31-2010 - touch (updated on uscis as approved)

9-4-2010 - Received 10yr Green Card ** Now we relax **

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1. When copying passport........All Pages of the Passport?

Copy of passport is not required.

2. When sending proof of death beneficiary, my company had us fill out a basic sheet with the company name " Lincoln" that we use, and filed it ......Will this be sufficient? Its in my own handwriting.

I'm not sure a hand-written form is sufficient - there must be some other documentation for this (as in a policy or summary of benefits).

3. Can we place all photos in a plastic bag as we did before?

We didn't send many photos - but the ones we did, we copied/scanned on to a single sheet of paper (I think 4 or five to a page). I'm sure, if you're sending 'regular' photos, a bag would be a good idea (write name and other information on the back of them).

Thanks!

A suggestion - in case you haven't already, check out the Step-by-Step Guide on Removing of Conditions for some good information. :star:

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1. When copying passport........All Pages of the Passport?

2. When sending proof of death beneficiary, my company had us fill out a basic sheet with the company name " Lincoln" that we use, and filed it ......Will this be sufficient? Its in my own handwriting.

3. Can we place all photos in a plastic bag as we did before?

Thanks!

hi,

1. passport copies are not needed.

2. if it is official, then it should be sufficient... you can always include it and if they don't find it as good evidence, they will simply ignore it.

3. We printed 4 pictures on normal 8.5x11 paper and included a page per each event we attended or celebrated... it is more organized.

hope this helps


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: India
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1. Passport copies are not needed, but I just sent the ones that has my info on them (not all pages)

2. As long as it is official it will work.

3. You can either scan the pictures and print them on standard A4 size sheets. We printed out pictures and used double side tape and pasted them on A4 sheets using double stick tape. If all the documents are on A4 size sheets makes it a lot easier for the officer to look at them.

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Thanks for the info. Somewhere though, I think maybe the USCIS website or even here, I recall a mention of "Copy of Passport" for immigrant/spouse. Could be wrong. We will send actual photos and the Form for my Life Insurance (eek) is just a form that is given to all employees to fill out and submit. (I have a copy of this) It is on file where I' am employed. It is from "Lincoln Financial Group" for Life Insurance. I have some documentation that describes coverage etc.....but not much. I suppose I could have them "notarize" it?

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David & Jenny

Removing Conditions

5-24-2010 - Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center via USPS (receipt/signature required)

5-25-2010 - Delivered to Vermont Service Center & Signed For

6-1-2010 - I-751 Receipt Notice Received in Mail (dated 5/26/10)

*time Passed

7-30-2010 - Biometrics date: August 13, 2010

8-13-2010 - Biometrics Finished

*time passed

8-30-2010 - email received 'card production ordered'

8-31-2010 - touch (updated on uscis as approved)

9-4-2010 - Received 10yr Green Card ** Now we relax **

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I suppose I could have them "notarize" it?

I wouldn't go through the trouble.

Is it safe to assume this life insurance form and photos are not the only things you're planning on submitting?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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The only reason a passport would be applicable in a request to remove conditions is if the two of you have travelled and the passports show stamps that are from the same immigration entry/exit as evidence verifying you travelled together, and supported by things like boarding passes, travel itineraries, etc. You can also include a copy of the biographical page of your passport to show you have taken your husband's name as evidence of your married state if you are a woman and took his name.

The purpose of the I-751 is to show how you have co-mingled your personal, financial and social lives together as a married couple to prove the validity of your marriage. A passport is a form of identification for travel/citizenship purposes and not to prove a marriage, so outside of the uses above there really is no need to include a copy of a passport.


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Just want to make sure on the passport thing. I have the day off tomorrow and will research one more time (for me). We have gone too far to have an RFE now. And, yes, we have all of our required documents needed/expected. More than enough....... to fill a 4 inch folder.

Thanks All....


David & Jenny

Removing Conditions

5-24-2010 - Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center via USPS (receipt/signature required)

5-25-2010 - Delivered to Vermont Service Center & Signed For

6-1-2010 - I-751 Receipt Notice Received in Mail (dated 5/26/10)

*time Passed

7-30-2010 - Biometrics date: August 13, 2010

8-13-2010 - Biometrics Finished

*time passed

8-30-2010 - email received 'card production ordered'

8-31-2010 - touch (updated on uscis as approved)

9-4-2010 - Received 10yr Green Card ** Now we relax **

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: India
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Just want to make sure on the passport thing. I have the day off tomorrow and will research one more time (for me). We have gone too far to have an RFE now. And, yes, we have all of our required documents needed/expected. More than enough....... to fill a 4 inch folder.

Thanks All....

I think that is more than enough. Our document bundle was about 1 to 1.5" thick and we got approved without any issue, no RFE, no interview (again yes we did include some pages of the passport for ex. stamps from travelling to India, my wife's Indian visa and not all the pages). If you are showing joint tax returns, bank accounts/credit cards and home/rental documents that should be sufficient. I know an immigration lawyer who does this stuff all the time and he only sends the above mentioned documents for his clients!

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