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Photograph requirements for various parts of the K1?

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The original K1 packet requires a photo of myself and my fiancee:

"Sized such that the head is between 1 inch and 1 3/8 inches (22 mm and 35 mm) or 50% and 69% of the image's total height from the bottom of the chin to the top of the head...."

It seemed to me that I once read that she must bring a photo to the Bangkok embassy when she goes for the interview.

Would anyone please tell me the requirements for this or any other photos that are required through the K1 process in Thailand.

Also, if anyone knows where to get such photos in Chiang Mai, that would be helpful.

Thanks

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I think passport pictures its what they talking about


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YES.....Passport Photos!:thumbs:


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It's a passport photo, but when you go to get it done in Thailand, tell them it's for getting a visa at US embassy. The passport picture in Thailand has a different size. Most place should know the requirement for US embassy.

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Thank you everyone, and thanks Anya, I seemed to remember that there were two different sizes. It would be terrible have my fiancee go to Bkk just to be sent away for the wrong size photo. I remember that there is a place (Immigration Office) near the Airport at Chiang Mai, who does photos, they should know.

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