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"Exact" Copies of the packet for interview & extra just in case

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Venezuela
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G-325A:

I had G sign 8 blank forms in addition to 8 filled out forms. Turns out we need them because he had a change in address. I've made a couple mistakes (started writing out wrong address; was told they won't accept anything marked through w/ the correct information written otu to the side) and I only have so many blank forms available. There's no way I can have 4 extra forms to send to G for the interview. Could I just send him all of my signed forms and then couldn't he just fill in the forms online, print them off and sign them himself?

Passport Pictures:

When I had my passport pictures taken, I was only given two. Can I just get my passport pictures taken again for him to have with him during the interview?


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Kenya
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You can make photo copies of the G-325A for your copies to keep at home. They won't need originals at the interview - they have the originals. I think the idea behind having the copies is just that if something is to go wrong you can reference...you shouldn't need another original G-325A.

As for passport pics, I put a page in my copy that just said "Katie - passport pictures." They won't need YOUR passport pictures at the interview, they will just need new ones for him.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Venezuela
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You can make photo copies of the G-325A for your copies to keep at home. They won't need originals at the interview - they have the originals. I think the idea behind having the copies is just that if something is to go wrong you can reference...you shouldn't need another original G-325A.

As for passport pics, I put a page in my copy that just said "Katie - passport pictures." They won't need YOUR passport pictures at the interview, they will just need new ones for him.

Oh okay! That makes sense. :) Thanks!


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