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Alright, so another topic by me..YAY!

Anyways, I am still compiling all my papers and my goal is to send the application by Friday before I go to work.

1. So, I'm getting the pictures ready and I'm not sure how to send it. Do I send in printed copies of the pictures of us during our last meeting and older pictures from our college days. Or would it be alright to compile the pictures in a word document and print them out on a normal paper?

2. Also about my boarding passes/itineraries/receipts and that sort to prove we met within the last 2 years, do I send a copy or the original?

3. Lastly, my fiancee just brought this up, she said that we need to submit 4 copies of the G-325A form, is this true? I thought I read somewhere that it used to be 4 copies with the old form, but not the new one?

Sorry for all these questions, I really just want to be ready and not have to redo anything.

Thanks for all the help, it is greatly appreciated.

(I probably will have more questions the next couple days. :) thnx)

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1. Which ever method you prefer...USCIS won't care either way.

2. Send the copies, not the originals (keep the originals for your records)

3. No, this is not necessary.


K1 Visa

I-129F Sent :------------------2010-07-28

I-129F NOA1 :----------------2010-08-05

Transferred to CSC:--------2010-08-10

I-129F NOA2 :----------------2011-01-04

NVC Left :----------------------2011-01-19

Consulate Received :------2011-01-25

Packet 3 Received :---------2011-01-27

Packet 3 Sent :---------------2011-01-27

Packet 4 Received :---------2011-02-17

Interview Date :---------------2011-02-24

Visa Received :---------------2011-03-07

Flight: March 10th 2011!

Married: March 22nd 2011!

AOS

AOS Packet sent :------------2011-04-28

NOA1 :---------------------------2011-05-04

I-485 RFE :---------------------2011-05-16

Biometrics letter : ------------2011-05-23

Biometrics Walk-In :---------2011-05-26

RFE Response :--------------2011-05-31

Transferred to CSC :--------2011-06-14

EAD Approved :---------------2011-06-24

AP Approved :-----------------2011-06-28

EAD / AP Received :--------2011-07-02

AOS Approved :---------------2011-08-04

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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1. Which ever method you prefer...USCIS won't care either way.

2. Send the copies, not the originals (keep the originals for your records)

3. No, this is not necessary.

So it's not necessary to send in 4 copies, just 1? thank for the quick reply

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Nope :)

Just send one petitioner G-325A, and one beneficiary G-325A.

Make copies of each for your records and so you have them to bring to the interview.


K1 Visa

I-129F Sent :------------------2010-07-28

I-129F NOA1 :----------------2010-08-05

Transferred to CSC:--------2010-08-10

I-129F NOA2 :----------------2011-01-04

NVC Left :----------------------2011-01-19

Consulate Received :------2011-01-25

Packet 3 Received :---------2011-01-27

Packet 3 Sent :---------------2011-01-27

Packet 4 Received :---------2011-02-17

Interview Date :---------------2011-02-24

Visa Received :---------------2011-03-07

Flight: March 10th 2011!

Married: March 22nd 2011!

AOS

AOS Packet sent :------------2011-04-28

NOA1 :---------------------------2011-05-04

I-485 RFE :---------------------2011-05-16

Biometrics letter : ------------2011-05-23

Biometrics Walk-In :---------2011-05-26

RFE Response :--------------2011-05-31

Transferred to CSC :--------2011-06-14

EAD Approved :---------------2011-06-24

AP Approved :-----------------2011-06-28

EAD / AP Received :--------2011-07-02

AOS Approved :---------------2011-08-04

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