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I have my I-129F package complete and ready to go. I am planning on sending it off on Friday. Can someone offer me insight as to the potential for a problem with the G325-A if the copy is not 100% clear? My fiancee printed his copies in his country from a pdf file. The copy is clear as far as you can read every line easily, but for sure the size is reduced by a small margin. My feeling is that I will send it in as it is, and wait for an RFE if it is not sufficient. It could take a month or more for me to get a new copy from him because of the horrible slow mail from and to Morocco. By that time, I don't think I will even be close to a NOA2 anyway, but at least I would be further up in line. Anyone have any ideas?


June 19, 2005 Met Online

November 19-December 26, 2005 Together in Morocco

September 22, 2006 Filed K-1 Visa Petition

October 7, 2006 NOA 1

December 15, 2006 NOA 2

December 24, 2006-January 3, 2007 After a long,hard and lonely year, back to Morocco.

February 22, 2007 Interview..

February 28, 2007 VISA IN HAND!!!!!!

March 21, 2007 Arrival in USA

May 25, 2007 Married

June 12, 2007 He went to jail because he tried to kill me.

October 18, 2007 Out of jail and back to Morocco.

The End.

"Nobody said it was easy. It's such a shame for us to part. Nobody said it was easy. No one ever said it would be so hard....Oh take me back to the start" Chris Martin-Coldplay, The Scientist

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It should be fine as long as all 4 pages are signed, and are the originals. A slight reduction is acceptable different printers tend to print differently and the adjudicators understand this.

Now I was a bit ####### with that form and printed page 1 on white, page 2 on pastel green, page 3 on pastel pink and page 4 on pastel blue. A bit crazy I admit.

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I agree, I would go ahead and send it in. Might as well get your place in line.


* * * * * * * * * K-1 VISA * * * * * * * * * * * *

06/21/06: Submitted I-129F to the CSC

10/18/06: NOA2 DATE

01/29/07: MEDICAL IN CDJ

01/30/07: INTERVIEW in CDJ **My fiance receives his visa**

03/31/07-04/08/07: I leave to Mexico and bring back my fiance

04/08/07: U.S. ENTRY at LAX

04/23/07: Married in Vegas

* * * * * * * *AOS, AP, & EAD * * * * * * * * * *

05/24/07: Submitted AOS, AP, EAD

06/01/07: NOA1 for AOS & EAD, NOA1 for AP missing, but they received forms

06/06/07: TOUCHED (AOS, AP, EAD)

06/23/07: RFE for I-864 paperwork

07/03/07: Biometrics for AOS & EAD

07/03/07: TOUCHED (EAD)

07/07/07: Submitted response to RFE

07/18/07: TOUCHED (AOS) They received RFE response

08/08/07: AP APPROVED

08/10/07: EAD APPROVED

10/17/07: AOS interview in Los Angeles -- APPROVED, pending name check :(

02/08/08: Name check has cleared, Notice welcoming new resident is mailed out

02/12/08: Card Production ordered, woohoo

02/15/08: Notice welcoming new resident is received

02/21/08: GREEN CARD IN HAND

08/23/08: After 7 years together . . . Religious wedding ceremony and HUGE PARTY in Jalisco, Mexico (we deserve it)

08/24-08/30: Spend our honeymoon in Acapulco, Mexico

Link to video clip of our wedding: http://www.youtube.com/user/dstradaproducc...f/1/wHiId9HZVRc

Nov. 2009: File to Remove Conditions

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It should be fine as long as all 4 pages are signed, and are the originals. A slight reduction is acceptable different printers tend to print differently and the adjudicators understand this.

I was concerned about this as I sent in copies of the originals for my SO as it was printed in her country and they don't use "letter" size paper in her country. So I ended up making copies of the originals onto letter size paper once her papers got to the US. It never occured to me that it might be a problem until I read such statements and read about certain folks getting a RFE for originals. I was quite worried. But that worrying was for naught. I didn't receive any RFEs and my NOA2 approval came in 55 days from CSC. I still have her four originals at home.

I wouldn't worry about it. I would suggest sending in the originals and copies of the orignals magnified/zoomed in to make it about the same size as what you'd print out on US paper size.

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07/10/07 - Sent I-485 via USPS Priority Mail to Chicago Lockbox

07/23/07 - Received NOA1 in my home mailbox

08/13/07 - Received ASC Biometrics Appointment Letter in my home mailbox

08/31/07 - USCIS mailed out Appointment letter with Postmark Date 8/31/07

09/04/07 - Received actual Appointment Letter (Interivew Date 10/30/07)

09/06/07 - Completed Biometrics Appointment at local ASC

10/30/07 - Scheduled AOS Interview Appointment - Approved

I-751

08/13/09 - Sent I-751 to CSC

08/17/09 - Receipt date of NOA

09/16/09 - Biometrics

09/17/09 - "Touched"

12/15/09 - Card production ordered

12/17/09 - Approval notice sent

12/21/09 - Received 10-Year GC and Welcome Letter

N-400

08/16/10 - Sent N-400 to AZ Lockbox via USPS First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation

08/18/10 - USPS Confirms delivery: August 18, 2010, 9:57 am, PHOENIX, AZ 85036

08/24/10 - Check #501 for $675 cleared my account @ 11:20 pm EDT

08/27/10 - Received NOA dated 8/23/10 with a Priority date of 8/18/10

09/07/10 - Received Biometric RFE dated 9/3/10 -- Fingerprint apt. schedule 10/1/10

10/01/10 - Fingerprint Appointment-- Completed

10/09/10 - Received Interview Appointment Letter dated 10/6/10 for scheduled interview on 11/09/10

11/09/10 - Interview Passed

11/18/10 - Oath Ceremony

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The font size is not nearly as important as having original signatures.

Some have slipped through the cracks with photocopies of the original signature pages. However, this practice is not recommended, as you risk an RFE.

Don't sweat the document sizing issue, as long as you have four (4) signed copies for you Fiance, and four (4) for yourself.

I have my I-129F package complete and ready to go. I am planning on sending it off on Friday. Can someone offer me insight as to the potential for a problem with the G325-A if the copy is not 100% clear? My fiancee printed his copies in his country from a pdf file. The copy is clear as far as you can read every line easily, but for sure the size is reduced by a small margin. My feeling is that I will send it in as it is, and wait for an RFE if it is not sufficient. It could take a month or more for me to get a new copy from him because of the horrible slow mail from and to Morocco. By that time, I don't think I will even be close to a NOA2 anyway, but at least I would be further up in line. Anyone have any ideas?

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The form I used was the ones that they sent to me from their forms center. It had carbon in between the pages and I tried to write as hard as I could. But , I am worried cuz it did not go all the way through real clearly. I guess I wil get an RFE for it. Guess I should have just made copies of it and label the bottom of each page as they had it. Shoot..........

Lavon


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Now I was a bit ####### with that form and printed page 1 on white, page 2 on pastel green, page 3 on pastel pink and page 4 on pastel blue. A bit crazy I admit.

I did that also, and for the G-325 attachments I needed. :lol:

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