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My wife, a naturalized USC here in Texas, is petitioning with an I-130 for her parents, who live in Russia, to come here to live in the US. She recently received the email from the NVC containing the DS-3032. She wants her parents to sign it so she can handle the communications and paperwork, as her parents are elderly and don't speak a word of English.

Mail can still be somewhat unreliable in Russia. We are wondering what is the best way for her to go about getting their signatures onto the DS-3032s. Her father does have a computer and uses email. She could send them to him in email and he can print them out. We would prefer that my wife mail them to the NVC, however. What is an acceptable way to get the signed forms back from her parents, besides snail mail? For example, could they sign them, then fax them here? How about scanning them and then sending them as email attached images, which we could print out and then mail to the NVC...?

Thanks a heap, this is a wonderful source of information.

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My wife, a naturalized USC here in Texas, is petitioning with an I-130 for her parents, who live in Russia, to come here to live in the US. She recently received the email from the NVC containing the DS-3032. She wants her parents to sign it so she can handle the communications and paperwork, as her parents are elderly and don't speak a word of English.

Mail can still be somewhat unreliable in Russia. We are wondering what is the best way for her to go about getting their signatures onto the DS-3032s. Her father does have a computer and uses email. She could send them to him in email and he can print them out. We would prefer that my wife mail them to the NVC, however. What is an acceptable way to get the signed forms back from her parents, besides snail mail? For example, could they sign them, then fax them here? How about scanning them and then sending them as email attached images, which we could print out and then mail to the NVC...?

Thanks a heap, this is a wonderful source of information.

There's actually a better way: simply emailing the DS-3032 form. There's no printing, no signing, no scanning. Simply inputting the same information that's on the form into the body of an email. Please read this wiki very carefully: http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/Email_DS-3032_form

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There's actually a better way: simply emailing the DS-3032 form. There's no printing, no signing, no scanning. Simply inputting the same information that's on the form into the body of an email. Please read this wiki very carefully: http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/Email_DS-3032_form

You're correct. I talked to the NVC and confirmed it. In fact, the lady there brought up the idea in the first place. Great.

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