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Picture to be attach in the form G-325A? I don't think you need to attach a picture on it. But if you are applying a petition for K1 you and your partner need to submit a passport size photo (American passport size photo).

2"x2"

2x2 is for visa photos to be attach to the form DS-156 or DS-156K


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Picture to be attach in the form G-325A? I don't think you need to attach a picture on it. But if you are applying a petition for K1 you and your partner need to submit a passport size photo (American passport size photo).

you do need a passport style photo for petitioner and beneficary.

link to Dept of State FAQ on passport photos.

http://travel.state.gov/passport/guide/faq/faq_881.html


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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Also known as (5x5 cm, color photo, compliant with the dimensional face proportion requirements).

Attention people, foreign Fiances are in the "metric" zone. It's 5x5 CM

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you need the passport syle photos when submitting a I-129f petition.


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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roymcn3rd,

You already stated that and provided a link to DOS requirements.

Are you disputing the 5x5 cm measurement? This is precisely what the Embassy/Consulate is expecting, from the foreign Fiance.

you need the passport syle photos when submitting a I-129f petition.

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roymcn3rd,

You already stated that and provided a link to DOS requirements.

Are you disputing the 5x5 cm measurement? This is precisely what the Embassy/Consulate is expecting, from the foreign Fiance.

you need the passport syle photos when submitting a I-129f petition.

no, not at all. sorry if misunderstanding. i interpreted another member saying they were not needed for the I-129f petition.


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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roymcn3rd,

You already stated that and provided a link to DOS requirements.

Are you disputing the 5x5 cm measurement? This is precisely what the Embassy/Consulate is expecting, from the foreign Fiance.

you need the passport syle photos when submitting a I-129f petition.

no, not at all. sorry if misunderstanding. i interpreted another member saying they were not needed for the I-129f petition.

It's all good!!! :D

Just wanted to be sure that the OP and others were clear. :thumbs:

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nate,

Read the I-129f introduction page on the USCIS web site - it's the I-129f, not G-325A, that calls for the passport-type photos.

(Incredibly, although the I-129f has been updated and re-printed since the photo specification has changed, the I-129f instruction itself continues to give the outdated specification!)

Yodrak

I was wondering what is the correct size of the passport style picture that needs to be attached to the G-325A biographic forms? Thanks

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Our petition specified 3/4 front view photos which is what we have....will that be an issue? Should I send my fiance a front view photo just in case?

You need full frontal. If the petition has already been submitted, I would forward one to your fiance just in case of an RFE where a full frontal of you (beneficiary) is requested.

Further reading http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=31515&hl

As Yodrak stated, the instructions for the I-129F are incorrect with the still mentioning of 3/4


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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http://travel.state.gov/passport/guide/com...sition_874.html - I printed this out and brought it so the photographer would know exactly what I needed.

I only offer advice - not even legal. Just the plain and simple kind.

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