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Scanned Images vs. Photocopies

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Hi,

Has anyone here sent in scanned images of their passport, birth certificate, etc as opposed to simple black and white copies? I have scanned my passport pages and laser printed the images on paper. It all looks fine and much more legible than a black and white copy, but I just wanted to hear if anyone has had previous luck or problems with this. I have a lot of stamps that are real good supporting evidence so I wanted all the print to be legible in color.

Also, above all the images I wrote the following:

I, (name), affirm that the passport image shown below is an unaltered copy of the original.

Then I signed and dated each page below that statement. I thought i read recently that the passport copies needed to be signed. Is this correct and even if they don't need to be signed, would it hurt having my signature above and separate from the images?

I also plan on sending in a black and white copy of my passport without signatures as well. What does everyone think? Sound OK?

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: England
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Yes, I scanned all of our docs with no problems at all. I also included a form that stated all copies were true blah blah. I also signed and dated each piece of paper that I submitted, but I'm ####### that way (including printing the G-325A copies white, green, blue and pink). :blush:


1-21-09 Getting Naturalization documents together.

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Disclaimer: i dunno nuthin bout birthin no babys, or bout imugrayshun.

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I made high quality color scans of everything and saved them all as PDFs. Even uploaded them to a secure web site. My lawyer thought this was great, as she could access and print anything she needed/ whenever. Why should I waste my paper and ink - I paid her enough already.

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